Five of the best... new teambuilding packages

Teambuilding activities are back in vogue, with various providers launching new packages recently. C&IT rounds up five of the best.

The Scrum Challenge by Wildgoose Events
The Scrum Challenge by Wildgoose Events

The Scrum Challenge by Wildgoose Events

Agency Wildgoose launched The Scrum Challenge GPS teambuilding activity in time for the Rugby World Cup this autumn. It’s a tablet-based challenge which can be played by teams in any location, whether they appreciate the sport of not.

The Scrum Challenge combines a trivia game with a scavenger hunt, and teams partake in photo and video challenges while racing against the clock.

Butlins dance class with Diversity from Britain’s Got Talent

Butlins has launched a teambuilding experience where delegates can learn to street dance with Britain’s Got Talent act Diversity. Diversity will teach participants a range of street dance steps that have been ‘devised with business teams in mind’ so everybody will be able to take part.

Chillisauce’s BBQ Boot Camp

Chillisauce has launched a ‘BBQ Boot Camp’ teambuilding experience in partnership with Andy Annat of team GB in the World BBQ Championships. The activity gives delegates that chance to learn how to cook a gourmet three-course feast, all on a barbecue. 

Dishes on offer include bacon onion rings, baked camembert, a full roast with Yorkshire puddings, dirty steaks with grilled vegetables and chocolate fudge brownies. 

KDM’s Bugsy Malone experience

KDM launched a Bugsy Malone-themed teambuilding activity to coincide with the show's opening at the Lyric Hammersmith in London. The activity allows groups to collaborate to create their own production of the Bugsy Malone show, with choreographers, singing coaches and costume and make-up artists on hand to help create the production.

Thorpe Park’s ‘I’m a Celebrity…’ experience

Thorpe Park recently launched a teambuilding experience for corporate events that is inspired by ITV series I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here. The new maze attraction features a range of ‘Bush Tucker Trials’ and includes a variety of special effects such as a vibrating bridge walkway and multi-sensory ‘leg ticklers’ that simulate the feeling of being covered head-to-toe in bugs. 

Delegates have to tackle dark tunnels, caves and water jets to unearth gold stars, and there is even a recorded message by TV presenters Ant and Dec.

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