Yum rewards champs

November 2012
Conference & Incentive Travel;Nov/Dec2012, p94
Case Study
The article presents a case study of the Yum Restaurants International which planned to organise an incentive award ceremony for its top performing managers for which the restaurant chose Cape Town, South Africa to host its event.

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