Conference Energisers

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Conference Energisers

If you simply want to inject some energy into your conference or meetings we have a selection of highly interactive activities for a corporate event. Our selection of conference energisers includes a vibrant mix of musical and creative events from recreating the famous Thriller dance complete with head to toe costumes, to learning how to create a masterpiece in our ice carving workshop. One of our most affective and popular ice breakers is our Haka Experience where our Maori storm the conference before teaching you the authentic Haka war dance, you will be surprised by the electric atmosphere this addition to a meeting creates.

                                     

With over 20 years experience of ‘breaking the ice’ and inputting energy into away days, Team Tactics have a vast portfolio to choose from. Your group can drum your way into the afternoon or learn the legendary Haka. Another popular event in our selection of conference energisers is our unique journey ‘Around the world in 90 minutes’. This event provides guests with the chance to the travel the world in a virtual treasure hunt exploring several corners of the world completing clues and participating in interactive tasks. ‘Around the world in 90 minutes’ is perfect to engage all team members in a competitive 90 minutes all under one roof!

Read our latest conference energiser blog discussing 4 popular team building exercises to energise our employees! Alternatively return to our Team Building Page for more events.

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