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Club Med targeting group business

A new Sydney based groups and incentive department responsible for both the Australian and New Zealand markets, has been announced by Club Med in time for PAICE 2012, which opens tomorrow in Auckland.The timely announcement by groups and incentives manager Brendon King comes as the Club Med team of Joey Templin (new groups account manager) and Club Med New Zealand sales and marketing manager Kaarin Gaukrodger, work on the Club Med stand. King says, "It's a really exciting time to be working for Club Med especially in the groups and incentive department.  “We are now seeing the results of the upscale strategy implements by Club Med five years ago and can now boast we are only 4 & 5 trident properties across Asia Pacific.  "All of our key properties in Asia Pacific can now facilitate professional and successful events for groups ranging in size of 20 - 900 delegates.  “Being an upscale all-inclusive product everything is included from a Club Med escort to greet you at the airport, to all meals, tea breaks, team-building, sports, conference facilities, elegant cocktail functions and exclusive four-course dinners with entertainment. "Whether it’s a national conference for 300 delegates with heavy content or a high end incentive group for 50, the value for money in being at an all-inclusive venue will leave your team sharing the same amazing experience and memories as cost will not restrict the outcome you are trying to achieve.  "This leaves teams more time to spend networking, sharing best practices and building relationship with their suppliers and distributors.  “This is why our clients such as IBM, IGA, GBI, Capricorn Society, Nutrimetics and Renault continue to return year after year.” Pictured above are: Joey Templin and Brendon King, from Club Med’s new Sydney based Groups & Incentive Department. A new Sydney based groups and incentive department responsible for both the Australian and New Zealand markets, has been announced by Club Med in time for PAICE 2012, which opens tomorrow in Auckland.
The timely announcement by groups and incentives manager Brendon King comes as the Club Med team of Joey Templin (new groups account manager) and Club Med New Zealand sales and marketing manager Kaarin Gaukrodger, work on the Club Med stand.
King says, “It’s a really exciting time to be working for Club Med especially in the groups and incentive department.
“We are now seeing the results of the upscale strategy implements by Club Med five years ago and can now boast we are only 4 & 5 trident properties across Asia Pacific.
“All of our key properties in Asia Pacific can now facilitate professional and successful events for groups ranging in size of 20 – 900 delegates.
“Being an upscale all-inclusive product everything is included from a Club Med escort to greet you at the airport, to all meals, tea breaks, team-building, sports, conference facilities, elegant cocktail functions and exclusive four-course dinners with entertainment.
“Whether it’s a national conference for 300 delegates with heavy content or a high end incentive group for 50, the value for money in being at an all-inclusive venue will leave your team sharing the same amazing experience and memories as cost will not restrict the outcome you are trying to achieve.
“This leaves teams more time to spend networking, sharing best practices and building relationship with their suppliers and distributors.
“This is why our clients such as IBM, IGA, GBI, Capricorn Society, Nutrimetics and Renault continue to return year after year.”
Pictured above are: Joey Templin and Brendon King, from Club Med’s new Sydney based Groups & Incentive Department.
 
 
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