The foundations for the business club were laid in 2009. The Business Club members support Museum aan het Vrijthof by making an annual donation of € 2,500. As a token of our appreciation the members are mentioned in the museum, are invited to special meetings and are part of an exclusive network.
Composition of the Foundation Businessclub Club Museum aan het Vrijthof:
Michel Severijns (chariman)
Maurice Joskin (sevretary)
Gerard Huls (treasurer)
Wil van Aubel
Wijnand van Damme
Wouter de Vries
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The Business Club guarantees the prime visibility of its members at Museum aan het Vrijthof. Each member will be presented by name and logo at the museum’s website. Next to that, their logo is permanently visible at the large screen in the museum’s courtyard.All members receive their own Business Club card, through which they can be recognised by all staff members and volunteers.
Next to that, an exclusive part of Grand Café Maastricht Soiron will be arranged as VIP corner, in which all Business Club members can sit with their business acquaintances to have lunch or a drink.
The Business Club Museum aan het Vrijthof organises two meetings each year: at Museum aan het Vrijthof in the spring, and on location in the autumn, preferably at one of the members’ site. During these meetings, the museum’s general manager and/or chairman will announce the plans for the next year, illustrate the exhibition schemes, and show any new acquisitions. In addition, there are plenty of opportunities to do some networking.
A special Business-dating day is organised each year in the autumn. The Business Club brings together a number of members, who meet on location. One of the company functions as host and guides the other members at the location concerned, and offers them a glimpse behind the scenes. This allows them to get acquainted in an informal way.
In addition to the activities mentioned above, the Business Club presents an open house meeting at Grand Café Maastricht Soiron. All members are invited for a drink once a month (fourth Thursday of the month from 5 pm till 7 pm), which allows them to come to know each other better and exchange experiences. Moreover, potential members will be invited to introduce them to the Business Club. The Grand café and Businessclub will sponsor part of this meeting.
By way of thanks for their support, Business Club members can use the museum’s conference room - the Business Lounge - 4 times each year for free. Next to that, they are allowed to use the covered courtyard for receptions for 50% off.
Another exceptional thing is that the museum puts a number of museum rooms at disposal to Business Club members. These members may engage the Brabantzaal (the room of Charles V) for receptions, lectures etc. (max. 40 guests). The Eetzaal (with a set table) is also available for private dining (as of 10 guests) (except during temporary exhibitions and TEFAF).
By way of conclusion, all Business Club members obtain free access for two people to the museum. All staff of the companies concerned enjoys a discount of 50% off the museums’ entrance fee.