ECHO Events hosts Incisive Media Senate Spring Investment Conference

Incisive Media and delegates congregated at the renowned Mount Nelson Hotel where boardroom presentations and informative talks by key note speakers filled the morning and early afternoon. Thereafter, afternoons were reserved for leisure. Activities catered for all preferences - from powerboating and helicopter flips for the adventurous to a food and wine tasting and township tour for those seeking a more cultural experience.
Guests were treated to a series of sumptuous dinners. The Grand in Granger Bay hosted a casual yet stylish beach-side dinner on 09 March 2011. Mojitos and sparkling wine, served on the beach, preceded a lavish "Grand Feast". La Colombe at the Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate set the tone for an elegant dinner on 10 March 2011. Guests were transferred to the famous restaurant in classic, vintage cars and on Harley Davidson motorcycles. Guests mingled and sprawled onto the Uitsig lawn as the sun set over the cricket pitch. Roy Bennet featured as the guest speaker and concluded the evening with an informative and inspirational speech.

The Mount Nelson bid delegates farewell with cocktails and snacks. ECHO is glad to have hosted an enlightening conference, perfectly complemented by exciting and relaxing activities. The Senate continues to provide unique networking opportunities for all those attending.

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For a successful event - contact Gemma at ECHO: 0861 001 354.

17 Mar 2011 12:04


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