Bluehat launches Olympics-themed teambuilding activities

Agency Bluehat Group has launched new Olympics-themed teambuilding activities in the run up to Rio 2016.

Bluehat's Olympic-themed teambuilding activities
Bluehat's Olympic-themed teambuilding activities

The agency has structured its new activities so delegates of all sporting abilities can take part, with events ranging from conducting a Rio-inspired Samba Band with Revel Music, to competing in the games and hosting an Olympic ceremony using 10ft tall puppets. Bluehat can provide Olympic-themed indoor, outdoor or evening events of a range of different durations.


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Alongside these events Bluehat Group is launching a new Go Team trail called ‘Alternative Urban Olympics’. This trail takes place in a variety of locations from the Kings Cross Canal Basin to Regents Park and requires delegates to use GPS tablets and pop up info bars to complete the tasks. It includes The Triathlon, which requires the team to find the words run, swim and cycle around Euston station in the quickest possible time, and other tasks such as taking a photo of the whole team balancing on a beam in an urban gym or playground.

 

Senior project manager, Dave Turner, said: "We specifically designed this trail to appeal to the sporty and non-sporty alike. The Alternative Urban Olympics explores less frequently visited areas of London providing plenty of ‘I never knew this was here’ moments and a lot of laughs."

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