The deal-maker: Work and indulge your taste buds at Café Capellini Newton Park
Organising and delivering a memorable conference, corporate function or successful product launch is often among the toughest jobs in modern day business. From planning, to finding the perfect venue, its preparation and balancing budgets, the pressure is enough to send anyone for therapy.
That is why, Café Capellini Restaurant & Cappuccino Bar, a successful, funky and fresh, upmarket coffee shop with numerous branches around Port Elizabeth, has endeavoured to put ease and convenience back into corporate conferencing.
Renowned as one of the best upmarket coffee bars in the Bay, Café Capellini’s Newton Park branch offers local businesses a fresh take in memorable conferencing experiences.
The branch has three breakaway rooms which can seat between five and thirteen people. Each room has a flat screen LED TV setup - which can take video and audio output from a laptop or tablet, air-conditioning and heating, free, reliable Wi-Fi and an option for a whiteboard with pens.
For bigger groups, Café Capellini Newton Park also offers a state-of-the-art boardroom that can accommodate up to 30 delegates in either traditional or cinema style. It has a full range of facilities including an interactive projector and surround sound audio – which can also be linked up to a laptop or tablet.
If impressions are a deal-breaker for you, you will be happy to know that each corporate room has been smartly decorated to fit in with the corporate look and feel.
Your delegates will also get to sample the restaurant’s signature foods and beverages in each one of these breakaway rooms.
At Café Capellini ‘excellence’ is the buzzword. It is no wonder that they have frequently hosted functions for big companies such as MTN, FNB, ABSA, Die Burger and Continental Tyres.
The words coffee shop and conference are not often used in the same sentence, but Café Capellini Newton Park has definitely found a way to make them the perfect match. The restaurant can also be booked out for private functions.
To try Café Capellini for your next conference or function, visit them at 291 Cape Road, Newton Park, Port Elizabeth or call 041 363 2847 or visit www.cafecapellini.co.za today.
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