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Corporates Aim Higher with BridgeClimb’s New Team Building Packages

On 26th March 2015, BridgeClimb launched three new Corporate Packages, each tailored to enhance the world famous BridgeClimb experience with options designed to deliver unity, motivation and inspiration for groups and teams.

Companies can choose from Classic, Premium, or Ultimate packages. Each option, created in collaboration with some of Australia’s top EAs, PAs and CEOs, adds to the Climb with a host of special pre, during and post-event features, including VIP welcome receptions, corporate branding options and catering.

• The Classic Package invites teams to celebrate and bond in a private space after their Climb, complete with light refreshments and snacks. Photos from the Climb will be displayed on plasma screens as the group reflect on their achievement together with the Climb Leaders they shared the experience with.

• The Premium Package builds on The Classic Package, offering one hour of cold canapés and a premium drinks package, in addition to exclusive access to BridgeClimb’s cinema area complete with the groups’ photos as the backdrop.

• The Ultimate Package offers an unrivalled team building event, allowing groups to enjoy two hours of hot and cold canapés and a deluxe drinks package, as well as the use of audio visual equipment for post-Climb speeches and presentations.

BridgeClimb CEO Todd Coates said, “Our new Corporate Packages have been created to enhance the BridgeClimb experience. They build on 16 years of success in facilitating corporate activities, specifically motivating, rewarding and uniting teams.

“BridgeClimb is privileged to operate on an international icon and proud to host unique events that add tremendous value for corporate team building and incentive events. Our approach is agile and flexible to meet the objectives of any corporate client”.

BridgeClimb also provides tailored Climb experiences for large groups, ranging from 10 to 10,000 or more, with the ability to operate under a super capacity model that allows for more frequent departures and increased group sizes.

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