The World Corporate Golf Challenge (WCGC) is delighted to announce and confirm a sponsorship deal with KLEYA at the 2021 World Final, taking place from 1st to 5th November 2021 in Cascais, Portugal. The agreement will see Kleya as an Official Partner in this year event.
Kleya is a one-stop shop that delivers independent advisory, offering integrated solutions tailored to the wide-ranging needs of retirees, investors, expatriates, relocated workers, entrepreneurs and students among others, that wish to live in Portugal. Kleya aims to make foreigners life in Portugal easier and helps them make the right decisions from the moment they decide to move to Portugal up to the point where they are settled, Kleya will always be available!
Kleya has a trusted and expert team, prepared with tested and systematized processes, that will guide you every step of the way to assure you make the best decisions.
Raquel Silva, WCGC Event Manager, said: “Kleya is a unique solution for all those who want to live in Portugal. We are looking forward to starting this journey together and offering all our players the chance to get to know this wonderful country.”
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About World Corporate Golf Challenge 2021 World Final
The World Corporate Golf Challenge represents one of the biggest corporate golf tournaments in the world. Since its inception in 1993, the WCGC has grown to the point where more than one million golfers have participated in over fifty countries. The World Final in 2021 represents a fantastic opportunity for players to represent their companies against other corporations from around the world.
Cascais and its spectacular coastline are a must-see destination for any visitor to Portugal. Flanked on two sides by the Atlantic Ocean, the region is located just 25 km from Lisbon and its international airport, stretching west in a rectangle from Carcavelos to Guincho Beach. Nearby stands the imposing Cabo da Roca, mainland Europe’s most westerly point. Cascais has seven golf courses, each designed by a different architect and framed in unparalleled natural environments, between the Atlantic ocean and the Sintra mountain range.