‘The Unofficial Christmas Party’ Ready to Fete Nigerian Workers


Organisers of the biggest corporate party in Nigeria,  The Unofficial Christmas Party, TUCP, has rolled out programme for  the 2017 end-of-the- year outing billed for December 15.

According to the facilitator of the annual event, the initiative was borne out of the need to motivate employees and clients to remain committed to an organisation needed for its growth and development.

It is a shared end-of-year celebration for corporates and offers business owners a convenient platform to reward their staff with a high-production-value Christmas party, saving them the stress and hassle of arranging such in-house.

Speaking at a breakfast meeting to announce preparations for the 4th edition of the bash which will hold at the  Landmark Centre,  Lagos, Lead producer, TUCP, Funmi Victor Okigbo assured that this year’s event would be more rewarding and glamorous.

“The whole idea is to meet the demands of small and medium scale businesses, which cannot afford to host their workers on an expensive end of the year party. This year promises to get bigger; go global and would be on the corporate calendars of every business.

“Our past events proved really beneficial for those who attended, giving them an opportunity to network and share knowledge and experiences with peers. We’ve already had lots of excellent feedback on our plans for 2017 and are looking forward to producing the biggest corporate party of the year,” she stated.

While addressing Chief Executive Officers, corporate executives and entrepreneurs at the meeting, Okigbo unveiled the theme of this year’s programme as “Party En Blanc” (All White party).

In his words, Chief Executive Officer of HC Bonum, Mr. Lanre Onasanya emphasised the importance of client and team recognition in achieving corporate objectives.

 “All organisations are making the stringent measurement and effective use of recognition as a way to boost employee engagement at the end of the year.

TUCP has become a great platform for this, providing an environment where you can network with fellow professionals, treat clients to a unique experience and most importantly, bond with employees in a relaxed environment to help drive growth and positive outcomes for both employees and organisations alike.

Last year, over 50 organisations stormed the event which had scintillating performances from A-list stars including: Bez, Adekunle Gold,  Sir Shina Peter  and Brenda among others.