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11th year of Affinity Foundation celebrated in team spirit

As it has become a tradition in recent years, the month of June at Affinity is marked by meetings that close the first half of the year and mark the beginning of summer. This year, it was on the 21st of June that Affinity’s Corporate team gathered to review the first 6 months of the year, simultaneously celebrating the 11th year of the company’s foundation.


The day was spent in a very unusual and fun way on the beach at Costa da Caparica. With the perfect excuse that summer was starting that day, we started the day with a Yoga class followed by a Surf class, a team lunch, and an afternoon that we dedicated, of course, to an Environmental Responsibility action. Once again, we partnered with the Blue Flag to carry out a Beach Cleaning with the intention of leaving the beach better than we found it and raising the awareness of our employees for the preservation of our planet.


Having gone through the first 6 months of the year, on this day we also look ahead to the next 6 months that are about to begin. We unite so that, as a team, we can design goals, redirect, and ensure that we are all walking in the same direction. Among team dynamics, we define vectors and areas of innovation, changes, evolution, and ways of supporting each other. Our management teams are strong and ready to face the challenges we face until the end of the year.


As the 21st of June was exactly the day Affinity was founded, this was an even more special meeting. Affinity, after 11 years, is a reference in the IT world and a strategic partner focused on consistency, relationship and quality based on the same values of Affinity, Action, Ambition and Learning since day 1.


There were several reasons to celebrate, and therefore, nothing better than a team day full of physical activity, social responsibility, a pleasant lunch, good mood, and a lot of Affinity.


Thank you to the entire Corporate team at Affinity for this day!

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