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”I wanted to take the time to thank you for your dedication, kindness, availability and open ear. All our guests came away delighted with the meeting. We received only thanks for having made their arrival and experience on-site so smooth, with perfectly-managed logistics and a warm spirit.Healthcare professional
Bringing together major national healthcare experts for 3 days of discussions
The Sag Touch’
- We called the doctors after 8pm to make sure they had received the information about their flight’s change the next day.
- We laughed a lot as we prepared all the conference bags on a production chain with our client…
- We loved meeting in person all the participants we had been talking with on the phone for several months…
- We went into a cold sweat when we had to rearrange plans for most of the group the night before following an airport strike!
Did you know?
Smiling is a mechanism of the brain. According to scientists, it begins when the lower part of our hypothalamus, a gland located at the base of the brain, is stimulated. Like a wave, it transmits a nerve impulse into the limbic system, the seat of our emotions. The muscle tone relaxes, and facial reactions of contentment appear. A smile is another language, a way of translating something that is silent within us. There are many different interpretations: the complicit smile, the smile that brings people together, the defensive, protective smile, the conquering smile of the seducer… At Sagarmatha, smiles are what drives us forward!