the Diamond Dinner case

The best way to illustrate the value of diamonds as an incentive tool is by way of case studies of how diamonds can be incorporated into new or existing incentive schemes.
We believe that every corporate decision maker will be able to spot one example that can be incorporated in his or her business.

Example 9 The Diamond Dinner

A US based technology company hosted a Polo Tournament that was organized to bring all the European partners and affiliates together for one week-end, the theme of which was 'Diamonds'. Diamond House was asked to co-organize the event.
We arranged the accommodations, a guided "insiders" tour of the Antwerp Diamond Museum and Diamond District and organized an authentic kosher meal for lunch.
At the event itself, a Diamond Cocktail was served to the ladies and the men were given a rough diamond, reminding them of the importance of the art of polishing in order to make a rough stone sparkle ... an analogy that each of them could relate back to his job.

The dinner that was served at the polo grounds consisted of courses with a diamond theme or flavour to it:

  • 18 CARAT gold potatoes
  • Fresh CUT vegetables
  • High CLARITY soup
  • Ice cream COLOR
  • PARLEMOUR sauce
  • EMERALD green peas
  • RUBY red tomatoes
  • etc.



At the end of the tournament a special award was given for the 'Best Player of the Tournament': a gold trophy carrying the company's name, specially designed by Diamond House.


Unlike other incentive promotions, diamond incentives ARE FOREVER

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