Originating in San Francisco in 1988 and rapidly growing in popularity each year, we are excited to announce that the third annual Cape Town Corporate Games will take place from 5-8 June 2014, with the V&A Waterfront playing host once again. What better venue than this to showcase the best that Cape Town has to offer?
We have great pleasure in announcing MEC Dr Ivan Meyer as our 2014 Patron. The Games has welcomed a great partnership between the Western Cape Government and the business sector, with previous patrons including the likes of Helen Zille, Patricia de Lille, Elana Meyer and Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana. Meyer believes that "sport unites, promotes fitness, builds team spirit and brings a wide spectrum of backgrounds together".
Various networking and sponsorship opportunities have been created for the participating companies, creating a perfect blend of sport, business and tourism. We thank Shell, Sanlam, the V&A Waterfront and the Western Cape Government for their continued support and welcome them back to this year's Games! The number of companies participating last year doubled from the previous year, and we look forward to seeing familiar faces, as well as many new ones competing across 15 different sporting codes. We also welcome first-timers to the Games, namely Bizcommunity.com, South African Airways and Excelian Limited.
The Corporate Games offers companies a platform to provide their employees with initiatives to create further awareness around the importance of healthy lifestyles, promoting teamwork by competing in sports ranging from soccer to action cricket to chess, so there's something for everyone! With less than five months to go to this year's Games, find out more about how your business can get active, get networking and get involved by visiting our website on www.corporate-games.com.
Let the countdown to the Games begin!
For more information about the Corporate Games, please contact the Cape Town Office:
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