Wildgoose agreed to donate its creativity and technology in adapting the existing concept of a paper-based scavenger hunt around New York City for the St George’s Society members, made up of both British expats and their American colleagues and friends.
Wildgoose were approached by luxury retailer, London Jewelers, to apply a digital and interactive layer to their annual public brand activation event “NYC Race for the Ring”.
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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A few months ago, Wildgoose were approached by destination management company, Tourism Australia who asked us to create a custom game to showcase the country and all it has to offer as a holiday destination.
Thomsons Online Benefits approached Wildgoose looking for a gamified solution that could be used to deliver their ‘Pinkathon’ (their own branded hackathon); a series of three full-day conferences delivered to over 500 people at their head offices in London, Cluj and Singapore.
In an effort to engage employees from all levels of the business, RHP approached Wildgoose to design and deliver a fun, interactive activity that would get people across the business working together, engaging with RHP’s values and most importantly having fun.
Bronx Zoo is one of the most unique corporate event venues New York and so when they asked if we would design a version of their existing scavenger hunt game in order to guide, educate and engage guests during an event planner’s showcase, we jumped at the chance!
A global law firm approached us with a brief to create a collaborative team activity for 1000 delegates at the Grande Lakes Resort, Orlando, Florida. The key objectives were to get the delegates to know each other better, work as a team and reflect on how they could “collaborate globally on projects”.