Animal takes staff on Go Ape team-build

Animal, the clothing and accessories company, has taken staff on adventure company Go Ape’s new corporate team-building package.

In pictures: Animal takes staff on Go Ape team-build
In pictures: Animal takes staff on Go Ape team-build
Eight staff from Animal took part in activities including zip wire, mountain biking and African drumming this month.

Animal’s UK wholesale and international marketing coordinator Rachel Wilson said: "The whole experience was brilliant from the booking process, to the safety brief, the actual course, atmosphere and even the certificate at the end. The barbecue Go Ape provided was probably one of the best I’ve ever had, and the bike ride was perfect to help burn off some of the indulgence."

Go Ape groups and events manager Sean Hixon added: "We now have an outdoor activity package that suits everyone within an organisation, injecting real fun into a team-building day and taking people away from the usual pen-pushing role play conference activities they’re so used to."

To see pictures from Animal’s team-building day at Go Ape on 9 June, click here.

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