1. We bring teams together through extraordinary experiences.

    Stand-out locations.
    Incredible food and bars.
    Unique team activities and
    The Elsewhere team from start to finish.

    Offsites, team building, conferences,
    leadership retreats, team drinks & parties.

    In a word… everything.


  2. We don’t like grey hotels.
    We love wow factor.
    Places full of spark.
    Unusual and anti-uniform.
    All in and around London.

    Our locations range from a private island off the coast of Essex to Winston Churchill’s favourite inn on the Thames.

    We’ve also ventured abroad for those looking to go further afield.

    Take a look here.


  3. We’ve created all our own team building experiences. They are unique to Elsewhere. The watch-words for us are fun, authenticity and originality.

    Take a look here.







How To Build An Effective Offsite: The Event Curve

We bring teams together through extraordinary experiences

It’s extraordinary that makes us sit up, take note, engage and take interest. There’s little noteworthy and memorable in the average and everyday. Likewise, attending the same old event isn’t going to do the job.

When we work with our clients on building an event the key words for us are imagination, attention to detail and surprises.

We’re looking to fire people up, get everyone excited about future possibilities: A real buy-in to the proceedings and a strong sense of purpose.

To do this we use our event curve:

 

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There’s a pre-event phase with planning and build-up where the objectives/outcomes are defined. Wow, energy, pride, sense of purpose, ambition and performance are great outcomes to shoot for.

Then during the event there’s lots going on from immersive team building and hands-on experiences to lots of creative surprises. Everyone is contributing, engaged and excited about being here. That’s when the best work can happen.

After the event the next challenge begins. Following up and sustaining all that good stuff is an initiative in itself…..

And our challenge is to keep raising the bar- as today’s extraordinary will inevitably be tomorrow’s average.

 

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