Consid’s Epic Summer Party at Tylösand: A Weekend of Celebration and Fun!

Over the weekend, more than 1,100 employees gathered at Tylösand to celebrate the beginning of summer. Hotel Tylösand served as the epicenter of the festivities, but Scandic Hallandia and Profil Hotel Halmstad Plaza also accommodated Consid’s employees.

Beatrice Carpvik, Consid

Consid Summer Party Consid Summer Party “It was an absolutely fantastic weekend at Tylösand with employees from all over Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, and Poland. The focus was solely on celebrating our successes, socializing, and having a great time together. It was the first time we organized a summer party of this scale and nature, and the concept was well received within the company,” says Beatrice Carpvik, Creative Director at Consid.

Danny Saucedo at Consid summer party

It was hard to miss that it was the Consid party in the Halmstad area over the weekend. There was full activity at Tylösand throughout Saturday, including hanging out on the beach below the hotel, an “After Beach” event at Solgården in Tylösand, with top-notch musical entertainment, and a concert later in the evening featuring none other than Danny Saucedo.

– We have done everything in our power to create a summer party experience that our employees will remember for a long time, and the response we have received indicates that we succeeded. Receiving around 30 emails filled with praise is a great endorsement, says Beatrice Carpvik.

Consid has become known for organizing spectacular celebrations for its employees and selected clients. In November, the company takes over the Blå Hallen at Stockholm City Hall for the annual Consid Gala, where a few celebrities usually show up to celebrate Consid. Several awards are presented at the gala, including the Influencer of the Year.

– With the Consid Summer Party, we wanted to create the ultimate summer celebration to show our appreciation for all the amazing employees. It’s more of an internal corporate party than the Consid Gala and is a concept we will continue, says Beatrice Carpvik.

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