Friday, July 7th, 2017
Instead of a blog from me, I have an article from the lovely Kim Gilmour from Connect Consultancy, she specialises in marketing, social media, project development and she’s a training expert. Kim talks about the corporate team buildings I deliver, thank you, Kim.
Everyone loves a curry, don’t they? So why not spice things up a bit and create a unique event to bring team members together, reward staff or entertain clients?
Building business relationships may not seem like an obvious fit with an Indian Spice business, but anyone who has met Lajina will understand how her infectious personality would inject fun into any corporate event.
Lajina’s passion for cooking and spices together with her love of sharing her knowledge has led to an increasing demand for corporate occasions – Lajina style.
Working with you to develop a fun and informative experience that is tailored to your business objectives, Lajina provides all the food and equipment necessary – no kitchen required!
Ideal for a group of 6 – 25, Lajina shares her business journey from being an accountant to running her own food business, Lajina Masala, whilst demonstrating how to make curries the quick easy way, with her very own spice blends.
Then there’s lots of fun be had with some practical hands-on cooking to create a curry or maybe have a go at making starters and desserts. It doesn’t matter if someone has no experience in cooking or is a Master Chef contender; working in small groups the competitive edge will come out as people compete to be crowned Curry Chef of the Day!
The Curry-ful event finishes with everyone sharing their home-made food, a great way for people to get to know each other and cement those all important business relationships.
Sarah Dainty from Q Hotels, Telford has nothing but praise for Lajina, she said: “If you want a fantastic, colourful fun evening with the smell of spices and Lajina’s perfectly professional presence then I can highly recommend using Lajina Masala. We have hosted four events so far and the feedback has been amazing.”
A huge thank you to Kim Gilmour from Connect Consultancy for this article, here’s a link to her website http://www.connect-consultancy.co.uk/ Kim is an all round marketing genius, with so many talents.
Lajina Leal, Founder, Lajina Masala
Lajina had a Corporate Career as an Accountant for many years and whilst discussing an impending redundancy in an Indian restaurant with her friends, they persuaded her to set up an Indian Cooking School.
The fun started in October 2013 and the business has grown from strength to strength.