Chillisauce launches Hunted-themed teambuilding event

Teambuilding agency Chillisauce has launched a new event, inspired by the Channel 4 TV show Hunted.

Chillisauce launches new teambuilding activity based the Channel 4's Hunted
Chillisauce launches new teambuilding activity based the Channel 4's Hunted

The Hunt Live is an immersive teambuilding activity, which can be created in any town or city across the UK. During the event, teams work together to track and gather intelligence to capture 'the fugitives' before they disappear. Stars from the TV show, including intelligence expert, Ben Owen and undercover detective, Peter Bleksley, can be booked to lead each event.

The experience begins with a briefing from surveillance specialists with backgrounds in either intelligence, law enforcement or private investigation. After being shown examples of real national security threats, the group will be given a full operational brief and background on the suspects they will be following and issued with their own covert equipment. Teams must complete tasks developed for security service personnel, including map reading, observation skills and radio voice procedures, before being deployed on their mission.

Chillisauce spokesperson, Lauren Troughton said: "Our clients are always after events that are different, which is why we specialise in creating the most diverse, interesting and unique team building events available. Having participated in the event itself with Ben Owen, our event experts can assure everyone that it’s an exciting, heart-pounding experience that can’t be compared to anything else. It’s particularly interesting when you consider your company's and your own personal privacy, security and digital footprint."

More:

Chillisauce forecasts £19m turnover 

Chillisauce to recruit 25 new staff in biggest ever expansion 

Chillisauce sees 25% growth in corporate bookings

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