Event of the Month: Canal Clue Quest

Introducing our latest event to kickstart the summer… Canal Clue Quest! Canal Clue Quest is a team based GPS hunt exploring Regents Canal navigating the waters with your very own canal boat. The aim of the game is to venture to the set markers throughout London and earn points by completing challenges whilst exploring some… Read more »

Corporate Summer BBQ’s and how they improve office morale

Summer time, the sun is shining, birds are singing, drinks are flowing and the sky is a gorgeous shade of blue. We love the summer days and more over the late summer evenings where the sun doesn’t set until around 10pm. So why not make the most of this time and incorporate a company BBQ… Read more »

What can we learn about the Bribery act? How has this impacted the hospitality industry?

There has been a lot of uncertainty of what companies can and cannot do due to the bribery act enforcement. In this blog we will look at what is acceptable in terms of appreciating clients and their business and what is frowned upon. What is bribery and the bribery act? The definition of Bribe is… “to… Read more »

Plan Your Corporate Summer – Top Sporting Fixtures in 2019

With 2019 being a huge year for many sports, we take a look at some of the most anticipated sporting fixtures. 1. Horse Racing – Grand national 6th April – 13:00  Kicking off at the beginning of April we have one of horse racings biggest events of the year…The Grand National. This fast paced event… Read more »

Event of the Month: Game Of Zones

This month we are looking at one of my favourite events… Game of Zones. This fun filled GPS activity lasts around 3 hours and utilises teamwork to overcome physical, mental and skill-based challenges across 4 different zones throughout London…. the Industrial Zone, Oceanic Zone, Futuristic Zone and Medieval Zone. You have the choice of 2… Read more »

Cheltenham Festival 2019 Results and Highlights

Cheltenham festival is one of the most anticipated events in the sporting calendar and this year was no exception as we look into the race highlights over the 28 races over the 4-day period. Cheltenham 2019 had an outstanding opening with a record-breaking 67,934 people attending the opening day. Not only that but despite the… Read more »

Does a 4 day work week increase productivity?

  Working a 4-day week, it sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? Well actually this could soon be a reality due to a highly successful study that was trailed in New Zealand by a company called Perpetual Guardians. Perpetual Guardians conducted a study in New Zealand with 240 employees on an opt in… Read more »

Event of the Month: HAKA

In this article we will look into how this terrifying, awe inspiring and thrilling Maori tribal dance came to be. We will also be looking at the meaning behind the Haka, how it differs from tribe to tribe and why the Haka is one of our most sought-after events in our corporate summer parties. so whether… Read more »