Leadcom’s International Business Department say “Kon’nichiwa” to Japan
November 17th – 21st
Over the course of 2018, our International Business Department have completed a long line-up of impressive projects, contributing to a commendable sales performance. Together we reflect the harmonious culture that runs through Leadcom – working together as a united team towards a common mission. This year’s team break involved five full days of discovering Japan, enjoying the scenic landscapes and beautiful Japanese nature.
Together we visited an array of tourist attractions, beginning at Owakudani, which we accessed by aerial ropeway. Here we enjoyed sulfur vapor and hot springs, and admired the sky-scraping Mt. Fuji. We then walked the 400-meter length of the Mishima Skywalk at an altitude of 70 meters – Japan’s longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge (complete with breathtaking 360-views of the layers of the Izu and Suruga Bay).
Lake Kawaguchiko and Lake Ashi were on the itinerary – the latter of which is a lake famous for its hot springs and historical sites. We also explored the beautiful grass fields and horse pastures of Sengokuhara, where visitors can pet the animals, ride horses, walk with sheep, milk the cows and even make butter and cheese. We enjoyed endless pleasures there!
After an action-packed five days we returned home feeling ready for the year ahead. Together we can’t wait to push forward for international business in 2019, and we equally look forward to our next adventure in 2019.
Seating Audiences in Style and Comfort
The Nakskov Theater, Denmar
The Nakskov Theater in South Denmark is a vibrant venue with a packed schedule of diverse performances. With some running to multiple hours, comfort is paramount to theatre goers.
This project required 466 seats that could provide exceptionally tough durability, as well as on-trend design aesthetics.
The Sonnet Model, complete with cool gray fabric, now merges into the modern urban design of the expansive Nakskov Theater auditorium.