Annual Pleasure Trip

Celebration of Successful Partnership

Kathmandu, Nepal

A group of 19 members comprising traders and officials of RR-Imperial Electricals Limited attended 4 days long annual pleasure trip to Nepal. This pleasure trip took place during 11th – 14th August 2016. Objective of such trip was to recognize successful traders of RR-Imperial Electricals Limited, appreciate their hard work over the past year and extend relationship with the traders.

 

Traders and officials of RR-Imperial Electricals Limited joined together from different parts of Bangladesh. On the very first day, they visited Nagarkot and stayed at Bhangeri Durbar resort. The place was naturally beautiful and famous for watching sunrise and sunset.

 

The next day, all the participants visited Bhaktapur on the way to Thamel, Kathmandu. At Bhaktapur, they found monuments, terra-cotta, gilded roofs, pagodas and religious shrines. On other day, they visited monkey temple at Swayambhunath and later Patan Durbar square.

 

In the evening of 13th August 2016, successful traders were awarded with “Silver Achievement Award 2015 – 2016” through a precious award giving ceremony followed by Gala Dinner at Hotel Moon Light, Thamel, Kathmandu. Mr. Ahmed Ashfaqur Rahman, Director, RR-Imperial Electricals Limited handed over crests to all the successful traders of RR-Imperial Electricals Limited. He congratulated all the successful traders and expressed his happiness for their accomplishments. At the same time he expected that all the traders would do better and receive “Golden Achievement Award 2016 – 2017” next year. He assured to support every way to keep trading flawless and efficient.

 

Participants of Nepal trip stayed at Hotel Moon Light at Thamel, Kathmandu. Everyone celebrated birthday of one of the trade owners Md. Bablu Miah on 14th August 2016. On the final day of the trip, all the participants explored Thamel and made a lot of shopping.

 

This foreign trip was an opportunity for traders to meet other successful business professionals of the same sector. Annual pleasure trip to Nepal was ended with lots of selfie, memory and hope of holding such event next year to a different place.

 

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