Manchester-based outsourced sales and marketing firm Source Marketing Direct has taken some of their best-performers to the beautiful Adriatic Coast in July as a reward for their continued hard work.
With over 1,800 km of coastline, isolated islands, Instagram-level picturesque beaches, turquoise sea, water sports and historic ports, Croatia’s Adriatic coast has become the go-to place for many Europeans looking for a well deserved beach break.
All the above awaits the best-performing team members of Source Marketing Direct, who will be able to enjoy an extended weekend of R&R and team building in such a beautiful seaside setting. Managing Director Hector Montalvo set out the qualifying criteria to ensure all current members of their team could participate, setting different targets set for different team members based on their duration with the firm;
“We wanted to create a company break that embodies our ethos of ‘hard work pays off’, and we believe this package to Croatia fits the bill perfectly,” explained Hector Montalvo. “We have a number of performance-based trips coming up, so it’s going to be an exciting summer for us.”
The firm has been making some big strides to ensure that international travel is incorporated back into their company culture, with travel restrictions changing all the time in the UK the firm were pleased to see Croatia on the UK Governments ‘Green List’ and the firm jumped at the opportunity to treat their contractors for all their hard work and dedication throughout the Pandemic. This is because the firm values a ‘global’ perspective highly. Becoming cultured in such a way requires people to spend time visiting different countries in the early twenties, so they can appreciate cultural differences, incorporate what they learn into their work lives, and build networks of global relationships.
The firm carry out personalised sales and marketing campaigns for their clients on a face to face basis, and believe that broadening the horizons of their team members will assist in their own growth goals for the future, allowing them to cross organisational boundaries with smoother transitions.