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Quanta celebrates Rosenmontag to raise funds for Pepper

Jan Boyd our consultant managing the role
Posted by  Jan Boyd
Published on 10 February 2017

Not even Storm Imogen could stop employees of Quanta Consultancy Services in Rectory Lane, Berkhamsted from making the most of Rosenmontag, the German Carnival day, celebrated the day before Shrove Tuesday.

With three German employees and many German contractors and clients, Karneval, as they call it in Germany, came to Berkhamsted, with masses of colour, plus a bratwurst barbecue outside in the windy car park. In addition, sales of cakes and doughnut eating competitions raised over £100 for The Pepper Foundation, one of the company’s nominated charities.

Quanta prides itself on its quirky fun working environment and holds regular events to raise funds, whilst making the working day more enjoyable.

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