Corporate Golf Days
Corporate golf days hold many benefits for companies and individuals.
Here is our top five:
Spend Quality Time With Your Customers
When you invite customers to a corporate golf event, it gives you the opportunity to spend valuable time with both existing and prospective customers. The environment is more relaxed, and it gives you a few hours to get to know each other better. This can help build and strengthen business relationships.
Reinforces Your Service and Quality Levels
When you let the professionals organise your event, you can be sure it will be run with the highest levels of professionalism, ensuring your clients have a day they will remember. You will be judged on the success of the event, which is why it must be meticulously planned and executed.
Corporate golf days are not just for clients, they can be used for employees too. Motivated staff will remain loyal and usually perform better. They’re also a chance for staff to do some team building and relax away from work.
You can use a corporate golf day as a way to thank existing clients for both their loyalty and business. Customers who feel valued are more likely to remain a customer.
Build Brand Awareness
The events are great for building and promoting your company. This can be achieved through on course branding at each hole, promotional give-aways and advertising the day through social media.
Why choose GBT events to plan your corporate golf day?
Whether you’re planning a day of team-building or a unique day out for business clients, we’ll ensure your golf day is as fuss-free as possible, creating a tailor-made event to suit your preferences.
Our expertise in corporate golf days allows us to handle the whole event planning and administration process. Our aim is to make sure you and your guests have a wonderful experience both on and off the course, so whether it’s finding the perfect golf course or planning a thorough itinerary of the day’s activities, we have you covered.
GBT organise many corporate golfing events and work closely with businesses to ensure they have a golf event that is remembered.
When mixed with business, the golf course turns into a platform that goes a lot further than the greens and fairways.