Corporate events and projects are a distinct area of expertise at Bond. Partnering with Bond, in organizing your business event, is an understanding of perseverance and trust. We feel privileged to undertake your most demanding project. Bent on success, Bond is able to conceptualize your company’s strategy and goals. We focus on detail until every single aspect of the event is successfully accomplished.
Bond has built a competitive portfolio of high-profile projects and events that were strategically planned and overall, highly successful.
By choosing Bond for your business event in Greece, you are investing in our business spirit, decades of cumulative experience and knowledge, and in our winning record of projects with multinational companies and multicultural teams.
Whatever the nature of the business event, from conferences, annual meetings, award ceremonies, team building retreats to incentive travel, Bond can manage the event. Whether the event has a high corporate profile, strong media component, corporate sponsorship demands, involved conference proceedings or employees enjoying incentive travel benefits, Bond is on site for you.
From venue selection, initial mailings, site inspections, locating speakers, online registration, delegate correspondence, to gala dinners, Bond has the capacity and experience to handle the full scope of requirements, on time and within budget.
Bond will guide you in choosing the best among the many conference sites located in Greece that can accommodate and move large numbers of visitors easily and skillfully.
Corporate Event Planning in Greece
By choosing Greece, you invest in a land of inspired opportunity. Can you picture a corporate event in an incredibly beautiful setting that might be 20 to 40 minutes away both from Athens and the Athens International Airport. For example, imagine you are perched on the sea, close to the Temple of Poseidon for the sunset visit, a salt air breeze during coffee breaks and enjoying the fresh catch of the day for dinner.
Regardless of where you are in Greece, there is typically a striking mountain nearby, dense with pines and evergreens, and almost inevitably, an aqua sea view. Otherwise, you may be in the “postcard Greece” of white-washed homes, stacked like sugar-cubes into stark mountainsides, edged onto the electric blue Aegean.
Not to mention, there is usually an archaeological or heritage site, and a quaint village chock-a-block with eateries offering traditional Greek food and local wine, for the foodie traveller.