19. 05. 2017
LivNordic, PGA National, Troon Privé, T-Mobile Smart Village... We introduced to our clients concepts and companies that will contribute to the successful delivery of Oaks Prague.
At Oaks Prague we want to provide our clients and future neighbours with the best services and quality living. Our business partners, bringing their international know-how, are therefore an integral part of our team, without which our mission will not succeed. We were honoured to introduce them to our clients and London investors at the unmistakable Lesser Town Hergetova Cihelna restaurant on Thursday May 18, 2017.
For the first time, we had the opportunity to publicly introduce the LivNordic concept of Six Senses, which will define the program and service offer in our wellness & spa. The authors of the Scandinavian concept, Anna Bjurstam and Ian Bell, have told our guests that LivNordic presents a holistic approach to quality lifestyle, rather than a mere offer of massages and training. Among other things, you will learn, for example, to breathe properly or to sleep well.
Troon International, one of the leading companies in the field of management, development and marketing of premium golf courses, was presented by Mark Chapleski, President of Troon International, Ian Bulleid, Director of Sales and Marketing for Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Jon Schauder, Area Director for Europe. For the Oaks Prague PGA Czech National Golf Course, they chose the very unique concept of Troon Privé, a private golf club that offers players the opportunity to play at other Troon Privé clubs around the world that are inaccessible to the public.
T-Mobile and the Smart Village concept were represented by Petr Malimánek and Andras Fazakas from Deutsche Telekom. As for the PGA, we have welcomed the Executive Director, Hamish Ferguson and the Head of Property & Development, Guy Moran, who have been impatiently following the construction of the only golf course in the Czech Republic holding a PGA Czech National licence. The group of partners would not be complete without our golf course architect, Kyle Phillips, who flew to Prague from California.