Indesit wins winter incentive for ten in Lapland

Indesit has won an incentive trip to Lulea in Lapland after participating in a winter incentive competition run by Group Se7en Events, Visit Sweden and Lulea Convention Bureau.

Indesit wins winter incentive in Lapland
Indesit wins winter incentive in Lapland

The competition was announced in Febuary and officially launched at International Confex on 6 March. The package, which Indesit won after competing against 30 other entrants, is worth £10,000 and includes full board, accommodation, airport transfers and excursions for ten people.

Jayson Weston, Indesit’s events director, said: "What an amazing prize to win, I really believe this put in place in the last quarter of the year as an incentive will really drive interest and engagement to help us drive for our end of year targets."

Angelee Rathor, Group Se7en’s director, added: "We look forward to working with Indesit implementing this incentive trip of a lifetime to drive success through staff motivation and reward. Proving that incentive travel is a valuable tool for companies to achieve targets."

The incentive competition was devised to raise the profile of Group Se7en as a specialist inventive travel organiser and to showcase Lulea in Swedish Lapland as an inspirational destination for UK corporates.

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