Sales and marketing firm Concilio Solutions recently rewarded a top performing team member with a trip to Lord’s cricket ground as a thank you for all of their hard work and commitment to achieving exceptional results for the company’s clients. The trip comes as part of the steps that the firm has taken to establish a fun work environment for their community of talented professionals.
Lord’s Cricket Ground is a sports venue based in St John’s Wood, London, owned by Marylebone Cricket club and named after its founder, Thomas Lord. Despite major rebuilding programmes allowing it to accommodate more sports on its grounds, Lord’s has often been referred to as the “Home of Cricket”. While Lord’s is no longer on its original site that had been established between 1787 and 1814, it has developed into an exciting ground for a number of sports such as archery, featuring stores, galleries and a tavern.
As part of the trip, Concilio Solutions took a dedicated tour of the venue; which revealed the history of the scenic grounds and areas, easily missed without the help provided through the tour. Starting off in the MCC museum, the team appreciated the sights offered on the grounds such as the historically renowned Ashes Urn and Prudential World Cup; the firm also took a look round the architecturally significant Victorian pavilion. Concilio Solutions also watched a cricket match in an exclusive box that had been allocated to them as a reward for the top performers.
Concilio Solutions is an energetic and ambitious outsourced sales and marketing company based in Middlesbrough. The company specialises in acquiring new customers for their clients and provides an excellent customer experience. Concilio Solutions have evolved to a professional sales force, whose vision is to provide a memorable customer experience through engagement, personalisation and constant measurement. Concolio Solutions have created a vibrant environment, where everyone can learn from one another and ensure that achievements among the workforce are recognised and celebrated.