Why do we go in Summer Camps?

In 2019 we had the 10th edition of the Qubiz Summer Camp. To mark this special occasion, we moved the event abroad for the very first time, to a 4-star resort in Hajdúszoboszló, Hungary. To say that we had a good time would be an understatement – and we have pictures to prove it!This 10th edition also got me reflecting on why is the Summer Camp a Qubiz tradition. Since this should be a light, summery article, I tried to keep the list short. So, without further ado, here are the top 5 reasons we have company Summer Camps:

1. We deserve it

The Qubiz Team is giving their best every day – this is one of the reasons our clients love us. It’s only natural to sit back and relax every so often.

2. We love spending time together

One of the cornerstones of Qubizm (aka the Qubiz Culture) is our team spirit.

3. We have reasons to celebrate

There are plenty of reasons to be happy and content: a successful launch, team extensions, a colleague’s professional development, positive feedback from the client, or a good referral.

4. It’s a great opportunity for team building

Since we are growing so fast, Summer Camps are great opportunities to get to know and to integrate the new colleagues.

5. We appreciate the support of our loved ones

A wise man once said that no man is an island. Boy, he was right! Who we are and what we can accomplish is heavily influenced by those around us. Their encouragement and support go a long way. That’s why we always bring along our loved ones to the Summer Camp.

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