KLIMOR would like to invite you to join "Japanese Evenings" – we are launching an event series for HVACR manufacturers2014.11.03
On 29th of October in Izumi Sushi restaurant in Warsaw the first out of six planned at the turn of the year meetings with air conditioning and ventilation systems manufacturers was held. The event series dedicated to one of the key KLIMOR customer group is held in a convention of a themed evening meeting devoted to the Japanese cuisine and culture.
"Japanese Evenings", organized in reputable sushi restaurants in Warsaw, Wroclaw, Katowice, Lublin, Gdansk and Poznan, constitute a great chance to spending time together during a stylish dinner enhanced with stories related to the history and cuisine culture of the Land of Cherry Blossom, moderated by Magdalena Tomaszewska-Bolałek, well-known expert of Japanese culture and society as well as journalist. An additional highlight of the evening is demonstration of sushi preparation, so called live cooking, which gives you an opportunity to peep live a sophisticated technique of connecting simple ingredients to form a refined dish.
"The Japanese Evening" in Warsaw which initiates the themed event series dedicated for HVACR designers cooperating with KLIMOR was high praised by our numerous guests.
- We are really happy to see such optimistic reception of a form and nature of this event among our customers. The first round of Japanese-related meetings was held in 2009 – yet without KLIMOR, and in the following years we invited the designers to participate in "Italian Evenings" (2010 and 2011) and „Polish Feasts" (2012), while this year we came back to especially well-received and proven themed event convention related to Japanese culture – stated Ewa Pilarska, Marketing & PR Director at KLIMA-THERM Group.
"The Japanese Evenings" is so called "relationship marketing" project carried out together with KLIMA-THERM company under a supervision of the KLIMA-THERM Capital Group, joined by KLIMOR in 2011. Its main aim is to maintain communication with our key customers in order to achieve business objectives of the two interrelated business entities.