One of the most connected cities in the world, Stockholm city has 900,000 inhabitants. Next year the capital of Sweden will host the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. The contest will be held in the Stockholm Globe district in May. The Monocle's annual Quality of Life Survey lists the world’s top 25 cities to live in, ranking Stockholm at #6! More about the city: www.visitstockholm.com
The next European Management Assistants (EUMA) annual Training Day will be held in Stockholm on 16 April 2016 at the hotel Clarion Sign and the theme for the training day is Self-Development. Nowadays it is crucial that you can lead your own development and follow what is happening around your profession and the business. In itself, personal development involves the setting of goals as well as their corresponding action plans within a specific timeframe. Keep in mind that self-development requires active participation on the part of the individual from the day the goals are set to the day these are achieved. Self-development is a daily commitment toward becoming the best person you can be.
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Clarion Sign Stockholm's largest hotel is located in the heart of Stockholm city adjacent to the Central Station and Arlanda Express as well as near all the best of Stockholm’s favorite spots. It all started with the idea to create a unique, timeless, first-class hotel. By combining the best of Scandinavian architecture and design it would create a source of inspiration for the guests. A collection of icons in their areas that together would celebrate Scandinavia!
The renowned Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh, sketched his vision of a facade stooping hotel building which creates a spectacular view. Dominated by granite and glass, it leans over the square, reflecting the green park.
The interior was provided by Scandinavian design icons, such as Arne Jacobsen, Bruno Mathsson and Alvar Aalto. Wander around the hotel and discover world-famous furniture, such as Egg, Wave and Lily, classic pieces that have been around for up to 50 years and will stay the same for another 50, at least. All over the hotel you will find beautiful black and white photography art by well-known Scandinavian photo artists.
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