Celebrating ideas together on the 32nd birthday of the printing house KOPA
No matter what area of life we are talking about, everything always starts with an idea. Changing career direction, moving out, writing a book, discovering a new hobby, or starting a company - a thought that suddenly comes to mind is always the beginning of all the important matters. After that, it is essential to continue dreaming, and improving, start creating real action plans, and finally, watch how constant efforts allow the idea to turn into a beautiful reality. This year KOPA celebrates these ideas and the beginnings of everything - challenging yet hopeful and memorable, and most importantly, meaningful.
Our printing house’s KOPA journey on 15 April 1991 also began with an idea and a desire to strive for the best, and this year, in a whirlwind of music and conversations, we celebrated KOPA's 32nd birthday. The evening began with a concert by the Baltic Guitar Quartet at St. George the Martyr Church where the magnificent interior and the exceptional sound of the four guitars created a unique and festive atmosphere. It allowed our guests and those who work in the print world to enjoy a different format of art. The second part of the birthday celebration took place in the cozy church hall, where the founders of the company Saulius Mudėnas and Žaneta Mudėnienė were the first ones to greet everyone, rejoice at the printing house’s achievements, and share memories. Not only the employees but also customers, partners, and suppliers came to congratulate KOPA, celebrate the company’s success, and enjoy cooperation. It is an exceptional opportunity to meet colleagues and guests in an informal setting, to talk about more than just work, and to strengthen relationships.
Continuing our long-lasting tradition, the employees who have been with KOPA for more than ten and twenty years were congratulated. It is a way of saying thank you for their dedication to work and competencies that contribute to the company's success. During this evening we talked about this year’s projects, printed publications, new and ongoing partnerships, loyal customers, and people who recently started working with KOPA.
This cozy chatter and pleasant conversations lasted a long time. As we cheerfully celebrated the ideas that had already been implemented, new ones emerged. They may be difficult to accomplish, but excitement, curiosity, and such new plans encourage us to keep trying. With help from others, personal efforts, and determination, these ideas will surely become a reality, so we must look forward to our 33rd birthday, work hard and guess what ideas and projects we will celebrate next year!