Welcome to an exceptional part of the world - peaceful, surprising, little known, multifaceted and beautiful. Let us show you Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland for Corporate Events.
Why DMC Scandinavian Incentives?
Our main objectives are to give you unique and memorable experiences and to exceed your expectations
A German car company chose Swedish Lapland for their winter incentive. They were overwhelmed by the impact of the glistening snow and the Aurora Borealis. They thoroughly enjoyed the activities including dogsledding, snow mobile safaris and dinner on ice. A trip to remember!
Swedish Lapland winter
A German bank chose Stockholm for the gala for the winners! 300 guests experienced the best of Sweden with Nobel gala dinner in the City Hall, cruise in the archipelago and ABBA theme for the party evening.
Stockholm Big Gala
A Dutch Management group chose to stay in a private villa by the sea and to explore the archipelago by helicopter and RIB boats. The selected exclusive restaurants were excellent and offered unforgettable meals.
Stockholm small & exclusive
A Swedish company chose to go even further north! Tromsö in North Norway is situated on 69 degrees N – probably the closest you will ever get to the Arctic Circle. The group combined interesting conferences with Aurora Borealis safari, dogsledding and also enjoyed a fantastic dinner with Tromsö at their feet.
Tromsö Conference and adventure
Small capital with forest, lakes, sea and city. Oslo offers great activities, like zip-line from the impressive ski jump and RIB boats on the fjord, even in winter. The combination of dinner on a private island, excellent design hotels and the cocktails at the Nobel Peace Centre ensured that our Austrian clients were very happy with the incentive.
Oslo spring incentive
The Swedish island of Gotland is a world of its own. A Norwegian company decided to have their kick-off on this island and enjoyed a medieval dinner, a historical walk in the walled town of Visby and some relaxing cycling in the inviting countryside. One evening featured a beer tasting and a Swedish Crime theme – many Swedish crime stories are written in Gotland or about Gotland.