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Do you organise training, or team-building programs? Would you invite your colleagues, partners, or suppliers to an elegant gala dinner or reception? Do you intend to keep a presentation, or a press conference supporting your product launch marketing activity?

If you do not have enough time for dealing with event organising in addition to your daily routine, we take over your tasks! We are at your disposal with full service tailor-made event organising fitting to your sales & marketing strategy and communications policy from definition of creative concept to co-ordination of execution in Budapest and in the countryside as well.
We offer the following types of events subject to your target groups and way of communication:

For employees
The style of corporate communication is determined by the employees' professional knowledge, working attitude and satisfaction. Thus, beside the training courses, the internal PR events are ideal tools for development of corporate culture, as the experiences lived through together enhance the group cohesion,
the employees' satisfaction, and their loyalty to the company. We offer:
training and courses
team building, survival tours, corporate sport days, recreational programs
family days, events on Children's Day, Santa Claus parties for kids
Christmas and New Year's Eve parties and balls

farewell parties for retired employees

For partners
The external PR events serve the aims of the company in acquisition of new partners or in keeping contact with the old ones. Depending on their objectives, these occasions can be:
conferences, meetings, exhibitions, fairs
catalogue- and product launches, fashion shows
press conferences
gala dinners, receptions, coctail parties, partner parties
opening ceremonies, gastronomic festivals
festivals, sport days


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"A dinner lubricates
business."

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