Make Your Next Team Day Exceptional

By Will Adams -

You know what they say: “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” (Henry Ford). With increased isolation as more people work remotely, it’s more important than ever that we meet the team in person to create real and valuable engagement.

Team building events should be unique, memorable and allow delegates and your employees to leave empowered and invigorated. We believe that an inspiring place to meet, a bespoke package and an #EventProf at hand are the key ingredients to making your team day a success. Here are top five ways in which you can bring the extraordinary to your next team day…

1. Choose an exciting activity

Kick away dull formal agendas and add an exciting activity to the itinerary. From cooking classes, relay races to powerful lunch and learns, our team of #EventProfs can help you with planning the perfect team day. With expertise on the latest and greatest trends, they can help you find something bespoke to you and your team.

2. Find an inspiring venue

Choose from a selection of over 35 unique and inspiring venues in the UK, to discover the perfect setting for your next event. Browse from awe-inspiring racecourses such as Hamilton Park, Musselburgh and Perth Racecourses, scenic stadia sites such as St James’ Park, Headingley Stadium and Goodison Park to majestic museums and iconic spaces such as The Signet Library,  Mansfield Traquair,RAF Museumand V&A Dundee.

3. Engage the senses

Memories are very closely connected to the sense of taste and smell, so think of ways to incorporate those senses into your team day event! Our expert event planners can help bring this to life. Whether it’s the décor, the sumptuous food, or a tasting discovery we’ve got a variety of options available.

4. Go beyond offering tangible experiences

Try to create experiences your team cannot create on their own. Consider what makes an experience exceptional, memorable, and one-of-a-kind. The most impactful experiences are often the intangible ones.

5. Get to know your team and make it personal

Make sure the experiences fit your audience, cater to both the introverts and extroverts. Really get to know your attendees – consider their age and demographics. Being able to customize an experience or a gift goes a long way with attendees and show that you value them. 

As you plan your next team day, it’s important to remember attendees want to have fun and experience new things – so call in the experts and let us do all the hard work for you.

Whatever the vision, we are here to make it happen!

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