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Corporate Function Ideas For Year- End Events

Author: Keltram Group | Date Published: 09 October 2012 09h00 | Article Release

 

It’s getting closer. Christmas goodies are slowly starting to pop up around us and of course, our December holiday plans are starting to fall into place. But before we can start enjoying our time off, it’s all year- end function business.  There are various corporate function ideas for you to enjoy however none quite as fun as a day spent making cocktails, enjoying delicious potjie or even riding a rodeo bull.

Keltram offers tons of team building activities that are perfect for corporate function ideas. No matter the size of the group, we will ensure that your year- end function is filled to the brim with fun and laughter: we’ll even g as far as to organise the ideal venue for your year- end function.

Ekudeni is situated in Muldersfrift and caters towards small, medium and large year- end functions. The indoor and outdoor space ensures that guests have plenty of room to enjoy the numerous activities that Keltram offer. Our corporate function ideas can accommodate businesses who wish to add a theme to their year- end function. With years of experience in event co ordination, we are completely geared towards all sorts of needs.

To extend on your corporate function ideas, Ekudeni is the ideal venue to enjoy an afternoon or evening braai. The Zonki Shebeen, on the property is a funky and traditional venue that can host various sized parties. Enjoy bunny chow, beer, music, and a variety of other delicious offerings on the menu.

We know that at this time of year, you are tired and in need of that long awaited holiday. But why not end 2012 with a bang and enjoy the selection of fun activities that Keltram have to offer. Whatever corporate function ideas you have, put them on ice and let us entertain you in 2012.

Contact Keltram directly on 082 440 5575

Email info@keltramgroup.com

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