Trampoline venue partners with BlueSky to enhance corporate offering

Indoor trampoline playground Air Space has partnered with teambuilding provider BlueSky to enhance its corporate offering with new activities.

Air Space partners with BlueSky
Air Space partners with BlueSky

Air Space has introduced ‘BlueSky in a Box’, a self-contained Box offering a range of teambuilding activities, designed to add value and attract more businesses to use the facilities.

James England, managing director of BlueSky Experiences, said: "BlueSky in a Box is an ideal fit for Air Space. When they have a corporate booking with 100 people and there are a few who perhaps don’t want to participate in the trampoline activities, they will be in a position to offer a relevant and inclusive additional dimension to the day."

He added that a corporate away day at Air Space could include a morning of meetings, followed by teambuilding experiences with BlueSky in a Box, and a series of fun trampoline activities in the afternoon.

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