The first business meeting under the auspices of the She's Mercedes project took place in Kaliningrad, the main characters of which were the city's leading designers.
She's Mercedes is a project created with the support of the Mercedes-Benz automobile brand and covering more than 30 countries of the world. Successful women from all walks of life gather at events to share ideas and inspiring experiences.
The theme of the project is creativity, which has united strong and successful women. All the heroines of business meetings follow their dreams and defend their beliefs. Their life credo is “All or nothing”. The first meeting within the She's Mercedes project in Kaliningrad took place in March. The project was organized by the Eurolac company, the official Mercedes-Benz dealer in Kaliningrad and the glossy edition of Luxury Home. The following were suggested as the main topics for discussion: "How to fill yourself with energy in work and in life", "How to tune in to the creative wave", "How to quickly recuperate, living in the rhythm of a modern city."
The meeting took place in a friendly atmosphere, in a cozy atmosphere of the "Mercedes-cafe". This format of communication assumes that each heroine of the project can reveal herself in her own way in a circle of like-minded people, tell her story of success, and get charged with positive energy for further achievements and creative victories. Which is exactly what happened. The speakers of the event were: landscape designer from Green Love, vertical gardening specialist Natalya Prygunkova, specialist of the Center of Light and Ambiente salons Dmitry Oparin, coach-coach, psychologist-consultant Ivan Kotva and author of the Provino project Sergey Khmilevsky.
The business meeting also included a presentation of popular cars for women from the Mercedes-Benz model line; some of the guests wished to take part in the test drive. The culmination of a pleasant pastime was a memorable photo session and gifts from partners to the participants of the business meeting.
Such meetings, the organizers promise, will be held regularly. The next one, as planned, will bring together even more guests.