Getting a taste of your corporate event
The Project Managers of our Corporate Events team will help you organise your corporate event, business meeting or incentive trip from start to finish. An important part of this is an inspection of the location beforehand. Your dedicated Project Manager will be by your side.
Once you have discussed your requirements, the time has come to choose the location. We’re happy to assist and advise you! If you’re hesitating between locations, and even if you’ve already selected one, it always makes sense to visit the location beforehand. This is the ‘inspection trip’, when you get a taste of your event. Your Project Manager will draw up a programme for this trip, going through all the elements and options with our local partner. They know the location and culture, and speak the language, both in a literary and figurative sense.
During this trip, you will get a feel for the city and possible hotels. We will consider various options for activities and, of course, check out the restaurants, where we will taste some local dishes. You will also get to know our local partner. We show you the options and let you experience them. In this way, together with you, we’ll draw up a programme that will suit the participants and meet the trip’s objectives.
After the inspection trip, the agreements with suppliers will be laid down, and we make sure that a detailed plan is drawn up for each day and every hour. All the i’s will be dotted and the t’s crossed before the start of the trip.
During the trip, the Project Manager of our Corporate Events team will make sure that all agreements are met and that the trip runs smoothly, so that you and event participants can enjoy the trip. Our Project Managers are professional and experienced, and will deal efficiently with all suppliers involved.
Would you like to know more about the options for your corporate event, business meeting or incentive trip? Don’t hesitate to contact our Corporate Events Team. They’ll be happy to think along with you.
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