Katunga Media a fast growing Media and Events franchise has put together a unique corporate retreat platform for fast thinking corporates who see the need to foster team spirit and cohesion within all levels of the institution from the Board down to the work force as they better prepare themselves for the emerging opportunities being thrown up by a rebounding economy.
Katunga according to its Managing Director, Mannie Udoh has concluded plans with four of the better established Holidayresorts in the country – La Campagne Tropicana, Whispering Palms in Badagry, The Epe Resort and the Inagbe Resort to provide participating firms with a serene and conducive environment to ‘detach, retool, re access and re-strategize’’ as they plan to push for an increased market share. Udoh continues by stating that the initiative is not only limited to players within the organised Private sector but the Public sector, Government parastatals, legislative Houses and other such Public institutions can also take advantage of this opportunity as it offers some soft benefits including wellness, fitness programs. A powerful leadership series powered by some very prominent Nigerians who have made their marks in the country in a an attempt to entrench principled centred leadership amongst decision takers in our institutions.
The highlight of the retreats would be a football match between ex super eagles and members of the participating companies. This according to Katunga has been included to add spice, further enhance team bonding while ensuring a healthy and perfect get away aimed at warding off stress related health and mental issues that comes with operating under such conditions as our market place portends.
Katunga Media believes very strenuously in the possibilities that avail themselves to the serious player especially with the immense benefits a recovering economy throws up hence its believe that only a better prepared workforce either in the public or private sector with the necessary embedded skills honed with perfect strategies including shared health and mental alertness would be better positioned for the opportunities as they unfold.