Posts Categorized: Misc

Treasure Hunts popular with Royalty!

Yesterday the Daily Mail had an article about Princess Eugenie’s (6th in line to the throne no less!) birthday day out – a treasure hunt around Windsor Great Park! The group of twenty-somethings took part in an organised scavenger hunt using bicycles to travel around the park. Just goes to show the flexibility and adaptability… Read more »

New England Captain for summer ODI’s?

England’s recent exit from the Cricket World Cup can be partly blamed on the exhausting winter tour the England Team have just finished, after all no-one could deny they didn’t look jaded against Sri Lanka Saturday. But could the fault lie in-part with Andrew Strauss? Indeed Michael Vaughan believes it’s time for change after stating… Read more »

Cheltenham Festival Race Schedule

The cream of the crop of jump horses from the UK, Ireland and France meet at the Cheltenham Festival tomorrow, in arguably the best four days of racing of the year. 27 races set over 4 days in the Cotswold countryside, and remember the Gold Cup this Friday at 15.20 is not to be missed!… Read more »

UK is ‘second most popular country’

Positive views of Britain have risen this year according the BBC World Service, after Britain finished runner-up for the first time. Britain came in second behind Germany with a 58% positive rating for 2011, a rise of 5 points from 2010. The BBC World Service Country Rating Poll asked over 28,000 people to rate the… Read more »

The Revival of Tea – the ‘Gourmet Experience’

Good morning all, I think it’s fair to say that as many of you are British you’ll have enjoyed at least one cup of tea this morning! I’m fairly confident of this statement, especially as the UK Tea Council estimates we drink 165 million cups of tea a day. The reason I’m talking about tea… Read more »

Henley Festival 2011 – Line-up released!

The perfect mix of culture, dining, art and music – the Henley Festival, have released their line-up for 2011! This year the organisers at Henley have announced a fantastic line-up, mixing old favourites with contemporary artists currently enjoying success in the UK charts. Wednesday 6th July sees the ultimate curtain raiser Tom Jones take to… Read more »

Sweet Success!

Last Friday Team Tactics ran a hugely successful ‘The Bigger Picture’ team building activity for our client at Hanbury Manor for 130 guests.

Joining the world of corporate events

Hello everyone, My name’s Rob and I’m the new marketing guy at Team Tactics! Bit of background information – I’m (two weeks away from being) 22 and graduated from the University of Portsmouth last summer. I love most sports, particularly football (West Ham United) and have been into Karate since I was 4. Also love… Read more »

Sushi Making!

I had the pleasure of working with our lovely Italian Chef, Cristina Ronchi, yesterday for a superb morning of Sushi making. Setting up in the client’s kitchen and eating area within their offices, Cristina and I ensured that the 4 teams of 5 guests would be adequately equipped with all the necessary equipment chopping boards,… Read more »

Our Top Five benefits to Team Building

Team Building activities can provide employees and businesses with many benefits. Our Top Five reasons as to why you should invest in team building activities are: 1. Improve your employee’s communication, and enable them to speak and work with members of their organisation that they may not normally work with. E.g. Senior Management 2. Motivation-… Read more »