4 DESTINATIONS FOR BUSINESS AND CORPORATE EVENT IN EUROPE YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TODAY!!!
It is time to think outside the box and experience some new destinations for your corporate events. Old habits die hard…We know!!!
However, your customers will appreciate a new magical destination, especially that we carefully selected these 4 places in Europe . What are the reasons for our choice?
These 4 destinations for corporate events in Europe, can fit in extremely well with your company’s message, vision and branding. Depending what your industry and your message is…These locations will help you, in communicating it to your event guests.
THE CITY OF TEXTILES
Location: Łódź is the third-largest city in Poland. Located in the central part of the country, approximately 135 kilometres south-west of Warsaw.
Nearest airport: The city has its own regional airport with flights to Amsterdam, London, East Midlands, Dublin, Munich and Paris. Warsaw Okecie airport is located 118km away and Warsaw Modlin airport is 119km.
Lodz historically has been an industrial city (often compared to Manchester, UK). A small settlement, that in 1423 was granted civic rights, was thriving at the beginning of the 19th century. Lodz became one of the Europe`s biggest and fastest growing textile industry centre.
What’s new: Place of Polish Fashion week. Today Lodz is still attracting business due to its central location, proximity to the capital, investors-friendly policy of the municipality, scientific and human resources. Lodz authorities undertake many actions in order to improve the city attractiveness – develop the airport, invest in new roads and quality of railway infrastructure. In recent years well-known companies have located their business in Lodz: Infosys, Indesit Company, BSH, Gillette, Fujitsu Services and Hutchinson.
THE CITY OF WINE
Location: Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area, the largest Moravian city, and the historical capital city of the Margraviate of Moravia
Nearest airport: There is a small international airport Turany in Brno with flights from London/Stansted, London/Luton, Milan/Bergamo, Moscow/Vnukovo, Rome/Fiumicino and Eindhoven. Other nearest international airports are Schwechat in Vienna (130km) and Ruzyne in Prague (200km)
The Moravian capital of Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and gateway to the fertile vineyards of South Moravia. The city’s Old Town Hall is guarded by a two-metre dragon, and one of its gems is the Functionalist Villa Tugendhat which is included in the prestigious UNESCO list. Every September, Brno is home to a large wine festival (Slavnosti vína) to celebrate the harvest in the surrounding wine-producing region
What’s new: The Moravian capital is a city of universities, a business hub and a great place to live, not just to visit. It’s a city of galleries, museums, cafés, clubs and festivals (e.g. Gran Prix Brno in August).
THE CITY OF GRANITE
Location: Aberdeen is a port city in northeast Scotland, where the Dee and Don rivers meet the North Sea. Its a 3rd biggest city of Scotland.
Nearest airport: Aberdeen International Airport is an international airport, located at Dyce, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland, approximately 5 nautical miles northwest of Aberdeen city centre
Aberdeen, dubbed the Silver City (or Grey City) because of its magnificent grey granite buildings. Between the rolling hills and mountains in the west and the cliffs and shores of the east, Aberdeen City and Shire has many nature related activities to offer and plenty of wildlife to admire.
What’s new: It is a proud and prosperous, cosmopolitan city with a booming oil industry and a constant flow of visitors and professionals. With a rich history, excellent museums, hundreds of bars and restaurants and a lively social scene, you’ll have plenty to enjoy during your event.
THE CITY OF LIGHTS
Location: Eindhoven is located in the southeast of the province of North Brabant in Netherlands.
Nearest airport: Eindhoven Airport is an airport located 4 NM west of Eindhoven, Netherlands. In terms of the number of served passengers it is the second largest airport in the Netherlands, with 4.3 million passengers in 2015.
Eindhoven’s history is dominated by industrial development and is inextricably linked to electronics giant Philips and, to a lesser degree, DAF Trucks. Although those industries have mostly disappeared, Eindhoven remains a European technology hub, hosting a technical university and many technically oriented companies and cooperation initiatives. In addition, over the past decade the city has become the capital of Dutch design.
What’s new: It is a place of many wonderful festivals including the famous Glow festival. Glow is an International Forum of Light in Art and Architecture, Eindhoven at it’s best. The city center becomes the stage for interventions, installations, performances and events – all celebrating the phenomena of artificial light. Buildings are illuminated artistically, there are luminous works of art and more, making this week a great time for an evening walk through town.
You should always consider new destinations for your events and group incentives. It’s good to explore. We have a huge network of suppliers and trusted local connections. If you want to explore further possibilities CONTACT US TODAY