Network recruitment sought out Wildgoose in search of a virtual team-building experience to help connect and motivate their remote-working employees across three different businesses; Network Recruitment, Sheridan Maine and Network Marketing
Wildgoose were approached by Maxwell’s to provide an immersive brand activation activity that would form part of their annual events showcase and menu launch. The objective of the showcase was to reposition two of the client’s key venues ‘Cafe de Paris’ and ‘Tropicana Beach Club’...
Here at Wildgoose we strive to deliver team events and challenges that meet our clients’ objectives. Each of our events can be tailored to meet a very specific brief and can include customised content to ensure that it is engaging, insightful and of course fun! Take a look at our case studies to learn about how we have worked with a range of clients, to a variety of briefs to deliver unique team events.
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Ballantine’s is the world’s No. 2 selling whisky and its roots lay firmly in Edinburgh. They approached Wildgoose to help design a new way to tell the story of George Ballantine with authenticity, flair and innovation.
Glasgow Caledonian University invited Wildgoose to support its Staff Health & Wellbeing Week by providing a city centre, sports-themed interactive team event.
A Leading Car Manufacturer was looking for a fun activity which incorporated both ‘innovation and technology’ to reflect their company values at their weekend event in France.
Toyota tasked Wildgoose with bringing a test drive event to life by creating a GPS location-based game using our unique app technology for Mumsnetters and Bloggers.
Shop Direct were holding their annual Christmas Retail Conference in Liverpool and tasked Wildgoose with producing a personalised team building challenge focusing on reinforcing the company's key values.
The Lensbury, situated by Teddington Lock, Middlesex, was constructed in the early 1930s. It is set within 25 acres of landscaped grounds. Moody's were looking for something unique and different so we decided to develop a combined land and water activity that would deliver the 'wow' factor.