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What Makes a Great Room Escape?

Room escapes (or escape rooms, depending on how you choose to phrase them) are all the rage these days.  While everyone has the ability to access entire digital universes on the touchscreens in our pockets, the urge to solve puzzles in real life and interact with a tactile world has led to a boom in what was once a niche industry.  Whether you assemble a group of friends for a night out or go during a work sponsored teambuilding event, they offer a chance to use your brain and find out something new about the people locked in there with…

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Favorite LA Scavenger Hunt Neighborhoods

If you are coming to LA from out of town, you can definitely sit on a tour bus and see the sights from afar – but WHY would you do that when you COULD experience the sights from ground level in a fun and competitive scavenger hunt?! Los Angeles has a ton of iconic and unique locations, so we figured we’d help you out by narrowing the choices to our Top 5 Spots for a fun, frolicking scavenger hunt! First Choice – HOLLYWOOD! Take pictures and shoot videos of yourselves along the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Find the handprints and…

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February CSR Team Building Results!

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – we’re lucky to work with some of the greatest companies in the world. It’s always great to be able to highlight this fact, especially when our clients choose to make a difference through a CSR team building event! A special shoutout to our LA and SoCal clients who led the way last month!   Interested in making a difference? Read more here or click the big green button below!

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Outdoor Team Building Venues near Philadelphia

Looking to set up a team building event in Philadelphia? Maybe you work in the city for long hours and are growing weary of all the hubbub. Maybe you toil away in a cubicle and have some pent up energy you need to release. Maybe you lack Vitamin D? Or maybe you work outside of the city and are tired of all the “best venues” requiring a train ride to Jefferson Station. Well, this article is chalk full of solutions. If you’re looking for the best outdoor event venues for a day of corporate fun DIY or facilitated, then search…

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The Best Locations for Team Building Scavenger Hunts in Philadelphia

The high ropes course may always have its place in the world of corporate team building, but it has been dethroned by the clue-driven race. While the shared thrill of fear does have a strong bonding effect, so do the shared fun, problem solving, and competition inherent in these races, called by different companies the Amazing Race, Scavenger Hunt, Funquest, etc. You solve some clues and you’re off to tour the city and take videos of the vice president of sales beating his chest like Tarzan by a gorilla statue and the CFO Riverdancing with strangers. You’ll make and strengthen…

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The Best Locations for Team Building Scavenger Hunts in New York City

Solve a puzzle, consult your map, and you’re off to film Linda from HR riding a lion statue like a bull… or something. Team building companies call them by different names—Scavenger Hunts, Clue Quests, Amazing Races—but they’re sending more and more crews of businesspeople running from site to site on clue-driven tours to score points by taking videos and competing in challenges. Participants shed their corporate masks for an afternoon to play and to experience their coworkers and surroundings like a child does: with delight. What better playground than New York City? You can’t see it all in one scavenger…

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Indoor NYC Team Building Venues; from Affordable to full Gatsby

by Leo McConnell We’ve all been there – searching for a team-building day in New York City but unsure of how Mother Nature and our company wallets feel about it. Thankfully, there are numerous options for indoor spaces (at a variety of price points) that will keep your team free from wind, rain, cold, and bankruptcy.   Warehouses ($-$$$) There are a variety of warehouses available for daily rent across the city with glorious open spaces that would be perfect for a corporate Olympic style event.  (Not REAL Olympics, though I like to think that my athleticism is competitive enough.)…

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On-site vs. Off-site Team Building Activities; Pros and Cons

Like any other business decision, evaluating the pros and cons of on-site versus off-site team activities is an exercise that takes into account the organization’s goals and objectives as well as time and budget. The distinction with a team-building event is consideration of the fun factor to drive employee enthusiasm and positivity. Off-site team building Partnering with team-mates away from the office environment can be a refreshing change with less chance of interruption. With a goal of energizing and challenging employees, some companies organize such off-site events as rock climbing, rafting or bungee jumping. These action-oriented experiences can create a…

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Where to have Team Building Scavenger Hunts in New York City

Solve a puzzle, consult your map, and you’re off to film Linda from HR riding a lion statue like a bull… or something. Team building companies call them by different names—Scavenger Hunts, Clue Quests, Amazing Races—but they’re sending more and more crews of businesspeople running from site to site on clue-driven tours to score points by taking videos and competing in challenges. Participants shed their corporate masks for an afternoon to play and to experience their coworkers and surroundings like a child does: with delight. What better playground than New York City? You can’t see it all in one scavenger…

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Best Locations for Team Building Scavenger Hunts in Philadelphia

The high ropes course may always have its place in the world of corporate team building, but it has been dethroned by the clue-driven race. While the shared thrill of fear does have a strong bonding effect, so do the shared fun, problem solving, and competition inherent in these races, called by different companies the Amazing Race, Scavenger Hunt, Funquest, etc. You solve some clues and you’re off to tour the city and take videos of the vice president of sales beating his chest like Tarzan by a gorilla statue and the CFO Riverdancing with strangers. You’ll make and strengthen…

Learn More