CIEL Global an event organising and management company in Ghana has launched the second edition of their innovative event, ‘SKiY Table’. The event, which is aimed at providing a stress-free and convenient graduation reception for graduates and their families, was first organised at the University of Ghana for the November congregation in 2017.
SKiY Table provides a great ambiance for relaxation to enjoy the success chalked while serving some good buffet and capturing the great moments on camera. Patrons of SKiY Table have a wide range of packages to choose from to suit their preference.
This year’s event, dubbed ‘THE BURGUNDY EDITION’, seeks to showcase the refreshing and beautiful nature of the burgundy colour.
The Head of Operations at CIEL Global, James Agyekum, said that this year’s event promises to be amazing and his outfit is fully prepared to make July congregants from the University of Ghana experience it first-hand.
He added that together with their partners, his firm has made sure patrons have an experience they’ll relish for a lifetime.
Partnering this edition of the event this year are Trills Event Company, Eddy’s Pizza, Delish Restaurant, Guinness Ghana Ltd, Special Ice Company Ltd and Evoke Media.
Patrons of the SKiY Table have five (5) package to choose from; Bronze Package, Silver Package, Gold Package, Platinum Package and the Open Package. Each package comes with a buffet for all, exclusive number of digital pictures, a framed picture for the graduate and loads of surprises from the organisers.
Interested persons are encouraged to register via the various social media pages of CIEL Global or on their website at cielglobal.com
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