It’s time to celebrate our 45th Work Anniversary. Our company was founded in 1976 by Jim Dittman. He wanted to create a place where he would want to work not necessarily a big company, but a great company. In the years since, we have grown into a vibrant organization focused on helping companies move their people to the next level.
Next Level Performance, an industry leader in sales incentives, engagement and recognition programs, meetings and events, is pleased to once again be named one of NJBIZ’s Best Places to Work in 2021.
“This solution is simple to launch, and simple to lunch.” Mike McWilliams, VP of Client Strategy.
Next Level Performance is pleased to announce the addition of Mike McWilliams as Vice President of Marketing and Client Strategy.
A US bank with 5,000 employees wanted to increase meaningful recognitions to team members who were asked to change how they did business to support social distancing.
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Next Level Performance has named Leigh Wilkins as the company’s new Director, Travel Experiences. After working for Next Level Performance on the travel team for several years in the past, Leigh returns to co-manage the company’s award-winning travel department alongside the Director of Travel Operations.
Next Level Performance is the new name for Dittman Incentive Marketing, which was one of the first full-service incentive firms. Rather than selling the company, Jim Dittman is passing the reins to his son Dave, who has spent almost his entire career preparing for this job. Jim will remain involved as an active Chairman; Dave will serve as President.
Next Level Performance produced a spectacular Incentive Travel Program to Florence, Italy, for Mercury Insurance’s top performers. The strategy and marketing materials used during the Treasures of Tuscany program kept participants engaged and motivated, and earned the company this prestigious honor from SITE Global.
Branding every component for Mercury, and with Tuscany in mind, the marketing and communications team set out to motivate eligible channel and information that would allow them to envision themselves in Italy.
The Incentive Research Foundation (IRF) partnered with a neuromarketing organization to use leading edge biometric technology to better understand incentive and recognition program participant reward preference. The findings have been released in a pair of enlightening papers.