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Centrally located Prague has been connecting its thousand year old history, European culture and impeccable service with the world for centuries. And now with the same high standards, Maxin PRAGUE brings Catalyst team building products to the Czech Republic.

The Czech Republic became one of the major global destinations for event management and team building after the fall of Communism in 1989.  This lead to a dramatic increase in both top-level tourism services, as well as, the number of events organized in Prague and other key Czech destinations.

It’s no coincidence. The Czech Republic offers one of the highest densities of castles and chateaux in the world situated within unsurpassed beautiful country landscape. The Czech Republic is also home to twelve UNESCO heritage sites visited by over eight million tourists annually, an astounding figure which continues to rise consistently by 3-5 per cent year on year.

Here too is a flourishing MICE market, enhanced by Prague’s central location and easy access from all major European hubs, supportive local authorities and world-class hotels and conference spaces, as well as, a safe and efficient transport network.  

Catalyst Teambuilding programs are exclusively sold and delivered in Prague and across the Czech Republic by Maxin PRAGUE. Established 1999, Maxin PRAGUE is well known as a leading full service destination & event management company (DMC) and professional conference organizer (PCO) with impeccable standards of professionally customized services for meetings, incentives, conferences and events.  The addition of Catalyst Global team building products brings the ability to fulfil corporate client’s desired outcomes to an even greater level all with Maxin PRAGUE’s guaranteed high standards of service. 

Details Create Excellence is the claim of Maxin PRAGUE. Its international team of industry experts is looking forward delivering an unforgettable experience for your company’s next incentive event or team building program in this “Heart of Europe”.