1. We are Elsewhere.
    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.

So, What’s The Problem With Conferences?

We all go to them. We turn up, take it in, meet new people and hear new things. Spend time going through the presentations. Figuring out how we can use the experience to better ourselves and our firm.

We have a meal, a bit of entertainment and a few drinks.

All that planning. All that work bringing everyone together. The logistics. Time spent away from the office and families. What a wasted opportunity.

Shouldn’t the conference be the most memorable event we’ve been to in years? Shouldn’t it inspire us with ideas on how to take the firm forward? Shouldn’t it create a feeling of real positivity and team spirit?

An Elsewhere conference starts with a unique and inspiring place. The kind of place you want to be (without needing Bondi beach budgets). The food is delicious, the service is relaxed yet attentive (imagine that, service staff that really want to be there!). Inspiring speakers, proper knock your socks off entertainment and activities that are immersive and special.

That’s the problem with conferences. They just don’t do that.



An Elsewhere Conference in a converted Power House on Osea Island



An Elsewhere Conference in The King’s Arms Chapel


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