Event Travel

Make your Event Management Business Travelling a Fun Experience

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The event management team are experts in knowing the best locations and destinations for different types of events and we have spent a lot of time building and developing relationships with our international contacts.

 

Always allow a day of free time to the itinerary.

Some people feel business travel is a constant personal space invasion. Adding a day of free time to your itinerary is always a great idea. Guest’s like to know that there is an opportunity for them to explore the city, visit landmarks, sample the local cuisine or taking some time for myself.

Why not sample some of the local cuisines.

Arranging tastings in restaurants or even the chosen destinations local food markets is a brilliant way to introduce guests to the local cuisine. Activities such as this is also a great way to get the group talking and bonding with one another.

Create your own interactive cultural guide.

Rather than sitting quietly in the hotel enjoying all of the facilities it has to offer, get the group and go on an adventure! Nearly every destination/location has something interesting within a stone’s throw; it might be a strange museum, historical sight, or a hidden bar famous for its local tipple. Together with your Destination Manager, why not plan a treasure hunt for the group through the city which will give them the opportunity to visit all of the sights.

 

Event management companies work with a wide variety of clients within the corporate sector that, at some point in our partnership, have involved business travel.

 

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