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About the 2019 Managers’ Seminar
Did you know that your Oriflame business can take you to some of the most incredible countries around the world? It’s true! At Oriflame, you have the opportunity to qualify for and attend many exciting events at dream destinations.
In 2019, Oriflame will travel to the Greek island of Kos for the incredible Managers’ Seminar! Located in the Aegean Sea, Kos is an island of exotic beauty, sunny beaches and picturesque views. It provides the perfect backdrop for our seminar.
During the event, Leaders from all over Europe will be treated to inspiring business meetings, exciting recognitions, invaluable growth-building ideas, unforgettable parties and fantastic entertainment. The Managers’ Seminar is an exclusive opportunity to meet new people, develop as a leader and have lots of fun. And that is only the beginning!
Start your qualification now and join us in Kos in May 2019! Log in to your Oriflame account for more details about Kos and how to qualify. If you are new to Oriflame, you can still travel to Kos! Start your amazing journey now by registering here: XXX.com
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Beach LifeKos is considered to be an island with the most beaches compared to its coastline length in almost all of the Mediterranean
Everywhere you go on the island of Kos, you will see people riding bicycles. Locals prefer this way of transportation to go to work, the beach or around the city.
Turkey’s coast is visible from Kos and only a short 45-minute boat ride away
WHAT IS THE POPULATION OF KOS?
HOW LONG IS THE COASTLINE?
Kos’ coastline is 112 kilometres and extends from west to east. Almost two-thirds of this coastline leads to beaches.
WHAT IS KOS’ CAPITAL CITY?
Kos Town is the capital of Kos and has a population of around 16,000 inhabitants. This vibrant and attractive town is rich with history and intriguing sights. Kos Town offers superb shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
THE PHYSICIAN HIPPOCRATES WAS FROM KOS
It is believed that Hippocrates was born in 460 BC. He was the first person during his time to believe illnesses were due to scientific reasons, and not because of angry gods. Many of his ideas are still practised today, including ‘patient confidentiality’.