Team Spirit launches three new event experiences

Events specialist Team Spirit has expanded its product portfolio with three new themed events developed in the group's creations workshop.

Team Spirit has launched three new event experiences
Team Spirit has launched three new event experiences

The event experience include a ‘Mad Hatters Tea Party’ themed event, ‘The Great Egg Olympix’ teambuilding challenge, where delegates compete head to head, and the ‘Charity Bike Build’, a teambuilding, feel-good experience where the bikes built are later donated to charity. 

The group is also "investing significantly" in digital technologies to improve client experience, and has seen a number of recent appointments including Adrian Bentley as creative director and Jake Burnham as national account executive.

Ian Taylor, Team Spirit CEO, said: "Our team is playful by nature but couldn’t be more serious about delivering the best event experiences in the world – and the recent investment in our brand is a key stepping stone to our continued success and growth. We’re really excited about our new event offerings for our clients. Watch this space for the Team Spirit brand evolution."

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