Your meeting in Stockholm
In June, our Corporate Events team successfully organised a three-day meeting in Stockholm for a group of 100 people. Stockholm may not be the first destination you think of in the context of a meeting, but it is a surprising city in beautiful surroundings with a lot of water and greenery. It makes a difference.
Hotel Bergendal, located in the woods very close to Stockholm, is a hotel that is ideally suited for meetings and fully equipped for business guests. The quiet environment enables guests to fully focus on the meeting and on each other, without distraction. The plenary room offers a modern facility, while the old villa next door has 10 smaller rooms, ideal for short sessions. During the breaks, guests were able to enjoy the well-known Fika – a relaxing experience outside the meeting room with coffee and delicious home-made sweet pastries.
In the evenings, there was time for some relaxation and award presentations. The group was taken to Stockholm’s city centre by boat, where they went on a city walk with a guide. In the meantime, VCK Travel’s Project Manager was busy preparing the dinner location. For the dinner and the award presentation, a very special location was rented, exclusively for the Group: the Nobel Museum. The guests dined at beautifully laid long tables, with dishes from the menus of the Nobel Prize banquets in 1976, 1901 and 2009. The guests were seated right in the middle of the collection, with a work of art showcasing past Nobel Prize winners above their heads, and on chairs with signatures of various celebrities. A unique experience for everyone.
An intensive programme requires good preparation and planning, as well as coordination on the spot. This is taken care of by our Corporate Events Project Manager. The Project Manager may also be present at the event to make sure everything runs smoothly. She deals with all suppliers and streamlines all logistical matters, so that you can focus on the meeting.
Interested in organising a multi-day event? Feel free to contact our Corporate Events Team.
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