TRAVEL

"if we were meant to stay in one place,

we would have roots instead of feet."

 

CINCINNATI, OH

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Naturally, we love our Queen City, where it all began! 

From this office we have ventured to over 15 countries, 35 cities. Travel is one of our biggest passions and we are so fortunate to be able to experience the world while crushing life in business. 

Fun Fact: The Cincinnati Red Stockings (later the Reds) became the first professional baseball team in 1869 with a total of 10 players.

 

 

chicago, il

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Being the windy city, home to the Deep Dish Pizza, we visit Chicago yearly attending the North-Eastern Conference, where our Business Partner Patrick has had the opportunity to speak at! Our corporate trainers had the chance to explore the city between meetings! This big city has shown us a new adventure every time and for that we have fallen in love! 

Fun Fact:  Spray paint was invented in Chicago in 1949.

 

 

 

punta cana, dominican republic

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i Arriba! Annual Rest & Relaxation weekend in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. We stayed at a five-star all inclusive resort, the Hard Rock Resort. Besides practicing our Spanish, we had the chance to wine and dine in nine different restaurants, swim in thirteen swimming pools, take advantage of the spa as well as have fun at the casino! Needless to say, we got all the relaxation we needed. The best part about it? This year we're going to Mexico!

 

 

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

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Our CEO Laura Schmitz and our business partner Patrick won a bonus to attend an event hosted by our kick ass clients in Los Angeles, California! This not being the first time our team has ventured out to sunny California. It was a beautiful weekend for them to relax and enjoy their hard work and determination they put into Ipe Consulting! 

Fun Fact: When LA was founded, the city’s full name was “El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de los Angeles sobre el Rio Porciuncula.” (If your Spanish is rusty, that translates to “The town of our lady queen of the angels on the Porciuncula River.”)