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Planificación evento
Es el 50 aniversario de CAF organiza un evento.
Lugar de celebración: Instalaciones CAF Beasain
Celebrar un acto o fiesta con los clientes, proveedores, autoridades, etc.
-Homenajear a los empleados más veteranos.
-Organizar una convención a la que acuda toda la empresa.
-Hacer una foto de grupo o reportaje fotográfico sobre la empresa.
-Montar una exposición sobre la historia de la empresa/sector.
-Lunch final

El acto tendría lugar en la sede de la empresa de Beasain y se invitaría a todo el personal interno de la empresa y a los principales clientes y proveedores. Del mismo modo, también estarían invitados los directores de las respectivas sedes que están repartidas por el mundo. Como invitados de honor contaríamos con la presencia del Lehendakari, ya que es una de las empresas más importantes de la región, y el Ministro de Exterior debido a las relaciones internacionales que ha generado la empresa.
La mesa presidencial estará compuesta por el Presidente de CAF y por el Ministro del Exterior y el Lehendakari como invitados de honor. Los sitios se distribuirían de la siguiente manera:

2.-Presidente CAF Beasain
3.-Ministro del Exterior
Las intervenciones se harían de menor a mayor. Comenzaría el Ministro del Exterior, tras este tomaría la palabra el Presidente de CAF y por último el Lehendakari que cerraría la conferencia tras habérsele cedido el puesto por parte del Presidente de la empresa. Una vez finalizada la conferencia y el homenaje a los empleados veteranos, se hará la foto de empresa junto con los invitados de honor.
Las actividades a realizar serían en todo momento en las instalaciones de Beasain. En una de sus salas, previamente condicionada, se desarrollará la conferencia en la que se procederá a la entrega de premios a los trabajadores más veteranos de la mano del Lehendakari.…...

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