With its growing list of incentive options, modern infrastructure and competitive operational costs, Vilnius has firmly established itself as an exciting destination among business travellers and event planners. Moreover, the city is taking contemporary approaches to working and doing business in mind as it continues along its path of development. One such consideration is the fact that remote work is on the rise. In response to this, there are a number of high-quality and sought-after co-working spaces around the city.
Taking this idea a step further, Go Vilnius has launched the Vilnius Workation Programme. The programme functions as a contest, giving companies an opportunity to win a one-week work vacation to Vilnius for a group of up to 10 workers. The workation – a vacation that combines business and leisure travel – is about discovering Vilnius as a new setting, inspiring fresh ideas and taking advantage of a change of pace to get the creative juices flowing.
Registration for the Vilnius Workation Programme runs until 15 June, so if you’re interested in changing things up a bit for your team and would like to temporarily relocate to one of Europe’s most exciting and business-friendly cities for a week, visit the website here.