Pickled Egg wins accounts with Schneider Electric and Extertis Micro P

Events agency Pickled Egg is to deliver incentives for energy management specialist Schneider Electric and IT distributor Extertis Micro P.

Pickled Egg wins accounts with Schneider Electric and Extertis Micro P
Pickled Egg wins accounts with Schneider Electric and Extertis Micro P

Schneider Electric’s ‘Quintessentially British’-themed incentive travel event will feature supercars, hospitality at the Goodwood Revival and a helicopter tour, with luxury accomodation provided in Buckinghamshire over three days from 12-14 September.

Pickled Egg will organise a three-day partner incentive for Extertis Micro P for the second consecutive year. The sailing regatta on the Solent will take place from 23-25 July 2014.

The 2013 sailing event included teams from Acer, Toshiba, Samsung and Dell, and all are hitting the water again this year, along with a team from Fujitsu. This time the teams will compete in a fleet of Clipper Round the World yachts.

Pickled Egg managing director Ricky Knight said: "We are pleased that Schneider Electric has chosen our Quintessentially British incentive event for their top European partners. The partners can look forward to an event with an unmistakable Pickled Egg touch. The Revival is a highlight of the British social calendar and we will make sure that our guests get into the swing of it with some stylish retro outfits.

"Extertis Micro P is one of our most valued clients. We’ve enjoyed a long relationship with them, so it goes without saying that we’re delighted to be organising their sailing regatta again."

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