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Customized Live Networking & Prospecting Events for C-Level Executives
Ready to meet Decision-Makers in the Fastest-Growing Tech Cities?
We organize Tailored Fun Tours to gather new Clients and Partners in amazing destinations like the Bay Area, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, London, Milan,…
Rather than having boring meetings,
enjoy Team-Building activities with local C-Level executives.
Spend a Memorable time together, have Fun with potential clients creating Trust, and naturally Generating new Business Opportunities.
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What Can We Do For You
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★ Choose your destination: Silicon Valley Area, Northern Italy, Paris, New York, London, Germany...wherever your new clients are!
★ After Defining your Goals and Strategy, we will Establish which Products and Services you would like to promote
★ Define your Target Market and Ideal Contacts for the chosen destination
★ Checklist of hobbies and preferences to Customize the Best Experience for you
★ We will contact the Decision-Makers on your market, schedule calls, and meetings for you!
★ Honest engagement. Interaction. Connection. Without these basic elements of human experience, it's almost impossible to build trust
★ Have Fun and Enjoy a Profitable Journey, get the time to build trustful relationships with New Clients and Partners, they will be excited to meet you and start doing business with you
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Ready to Scale & ROCK your Business?
★ Tips to start true relationships with your contacts
★ Tools, tactics, and strategies you will need to implement our team-building exercises successfully
★ Templates, Scripts, and Other Tips to Rock your Interactions!
★ Have you already a Client-Attracting Linkedin Profile?
★ How to interact with contacts and get More Business using social media
★ How your Soft Skills will help you to create long-term relationships with your clients?
What Are Networking Events?
Building rapport and relationships with other professionals, colleagues, potential leads, or
future partners has long been an essential part of doing business. The idea is not only to
promote more pleasant interactions but to create a network of people who naturally continue
to gravitate around one another with trust and respect. Networking events are an amazing
catalyst as they help participants build true connection amid an environment that is both
enjoyable and full of professional opportunity.
How to Organise a Memorable Networking Event?
Ideally, a good networking event is one that the attendees won’t soon forget, both because
they had a great time and because they gained many new business contacts. Creating an
experience where everyone will thoroughly enjoy themselves and still exchange on topics
surrounding their work takes skill. That’s where we come in!
We can help you determine what type of venue would suit your community depending on
your own goals and strategies. Your networking events should appeal to C-suite executives
and therefore be convenient for them to attend but still make them discover a superb
destination or enjoy activities they have never experienced before.
The right time and the right place are really all about planning. We know how to strike the
perfect balance in several different ways.
This is very important because it will give potential participants an idea of what you are
aiming to achieve. There is no right answer here, as your objectives may vary greatly from
one industry to another or based on the size of your company. For instance, you might decide
to create a network of entrepreneurs, to promote deeper relationships between members of
your staff or to introduce a new service or product by hosting an event for media
We will use these goals to come up with a tagline for your networking event and describe
what type of professional opportunities attendees may expect.
The Perfect Format
Once you know exactly who to address and what to offer, you can turn your attention to how
you wish to structure the event to tailor it to your audience. Do the participants know each
other? Are you expecting a huge turnout or are you inviting only a select few? From sit down
meals to virtual meetups all the way to full-blown vacations, the possibilities are practically
endless. It is both a good thing – because you get to be original – and a difficult one – because
you need to make the right choice. Our job is to help you pick the perfect idea to give people
this extra incentive to attend.
The Ideal Venue, Time and Date
We will help you pick the perfect venue for your networking events to match both your
guests’ expectations and your budget, or any other constraints. The right place can have
considerable pulling power and signups will go up if you have something exciting to offer.
As for the time and date, they need to be picked according to your main demographic. C-level
executives are busy professionals, but many of them are also parents. We will carry out all
the research for you and make sure to find the most suitable compromise.
Spread the Word
The success of a networking event is all about getting it to garner the right kind of attention.
Whether you are hosting an online or an in-person event, our role is to make sure that the
news reaches the most prominent decision makers in your industry.
Choose your Destination and we cover everything else!
to discover the true potential of building up your community.
Cross-Cultural Teambuilding: How to Build Stronger Intercultural Teams?
In today’s multicultural work environment, leaders get to manage teams made up of very diverse people whose mindsets and skillsets create a unique synergy. Of course, managing a cross-cultural team is not without its challenges but with the right approach, this diversity often turns out to be an asset rather than a hindrance.
By focusing on communication and acknowledging each individual and their culture,
building a strong cross-cultural team is not only possible without any conflict, but it can do wonders for a business.
Cross-Cultural Teambuilding: Overcoming Interaction Challenges
The primary aim of cross-cultural teambuilding efforts is to counter the barriers that naturally
form when people in different parts of the world come together to work on a project.
Expression and communication, for instance, constitute one of the main difficulties, which
can arise even if all the members of the team speak English (or whichever language you are
all using) fluently. Understanding one another can be complicated at the best of times, so it
isn’t rare for colloquialisms to lead to misinterpretation.
Instead of allowing even a well-meaning icebreaker or joke to create discomfort, you could
organise cross-cultural teambuilding exercises around the subtleties of everyday expressions.
Invite everyone to think about how certain phrases used commonly in their own language
could be misconstrued if they were understood literally and ask them to share with the group.
From a Multicultural Group to an Intercultural Team
Though the two terms are often associated, they do not refer to exactly the same thing.
Multiculturalism implies that different cultural or ethnic groups work alongside each other,
but not that there is true understanding or even interaction between them. This is why a
multicultural company should aim to promote an intercultural mindset where there is a deep
understanding of all cultures leading to the most natural form of respect. This can be achieved
through cross-cultural teambuilding.
Seeking out difference is not something people do naturally. There is an inherent (albeit
subconscious) challenge in attempting to create a connection between individuals with
completely different backgrounds. Teambuilding activities should therefore encourage casual
interaction and utilise every opportunity. From birthdays to national holidays and social
events, bonding should not be done entirely over work. Whenever possible, management
should organise get-togethers and help employees build a meaningful connection.
An Understanding Ear
Avoid unnecessary friction by being present, asking questions and, most of all, by actively
listening to your team members. This is instrumental regardless of whether the members of
your team work in the same office or halfway across the world. They should all feel like they
are being heard and know that any conflict will be addressed immediately and without bias.
Build Rapport and Trust by Developing a Team Identity
A common goal can serve as a very effective umbrella under which everyone will rally. A
cross-cultural leader should always make the objectives of the company very clear and
highlight how every single member of the team is to contribute to their realisation.
Be sure to break down the team’s goal into actionable steps that can be celebrated as such.
One success after another, cultural differences start to become a strength as everyone’s best
capabilities begin to shine.
The Power of a Global Network
Cross-cultural teambuilding benefits both the company as a whole and the individuals who
can view this experience as extremely beneficial to their own career. In our increasingly
multicultural society, most companies favour those who thrive in these challenging
environments. The different backgrounds, novel ways of solving problems and unique
outlook on business can truly be used to everyone’s advantage.