Case Studies

Here you will see various itineraries we offer corporate clients. Every event we design needs to be flexible for any last minute changes

Client Case Studies

Call Centre – Time is Money

THE REQUIREMENT We were approached by a call center that wanted us to help them reduce the level of cigarette breaks employees were having by introducing a healthier option which would retain the staff to their desks for a longer period of time.

“We welcomed the opportunity to assist with HR events”

THE RESULT We introduced 3 step motivation tool. The first was by having various masseurs approaching the staff whilst they were working and ask them if they would like a neck and hand massage to help them de-stress. The second was offering them a fruit selection of apples, pears, grapes which they could nibble at their desk. The third was someone going around early afternoon with coffee and mints served to them at their desks.  The clients felt that the operation was a complete success and did reduce the staff numbers from leaving the building for smoke breaks.

Private Small Group Away Day

THE REQUIREMENT We were asked by an office manager to offer a memorable day away group experience for five amazing employees. The objective was based around fun and communication within the group. It also had to leave a lasting impression.

THE RESULT With exception to the manager, we let the five staff within a group, think that they were attending a corporate milestone event which was being celebrated at a restaurant in Paris. So everyone was asked to meet early at the airline check-in desk. Everyone was told that there was no need to pack any luggage as they would be coming back the same day. Really cheap one-way low-cost flight tickets were purchased. The focus was on pushing quality and value which obviously left many pondering on whether they would, in fact, be returning home via coach transportation. In actual fact, their return was pre-planned using a hired private jet. Imagine the impact that had, which still is a talking point to this day…

McKinsey & Company

We were required to organise a team building event at the Palace Hotel in New York for over 300 McKinsey & Co staff. The event was aimed at establishing the benefits of working together. The overall feedback from the client was that it was enjoyable and created a good break between the serious discussions of the day.

Shell Upstream International BV

EVENT 1 We were required to design a relaxing destress event where the group could have fun communicating with each other away from the serious message of the day. By separating the two, the group was allowed to digest more of what they learned due to the relaxed nature of how we designed the event.

EVENT 2 Required to design a quiz evening for over 1000 guests at the European Space Centre in the Netherlands.


Linkedin Corporation

We were asked to design a group incentive that would help individuals within the organisation come together which in turn help their communication skills amongst each other.


MTV was hosting an event during the Cannes film festival and asked us to supply and manage some racing simulators that were coin free. These were great icebreakers and had everyone regardless of seniority within the organisation to relax and create a promotional awareness that complemented their brand.


We were asked by the Swiss office of Reuters to design a treasure hunt through the streets of Amsterdam. The event involved splitting the group into teams and were asked to travel on foot solving the clues.

Daily Mail & Mail on Sunday

Our events team managed to create a brand new team building game that was specially designed for the Daily Mail staff. It was based on newspaper circulations. Importantly, it was about learning and understanding how the paper industry works. It had everyone competing amongst each other which proved to be lots of fun.

Please note that these are only a small sample

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