Client Engagement Events

We are in the business of connecting people through fun so we know just how important it is to build strong relationships with your clients. And not just any relationship, but authentic, real-world relationships that bond you and make the work you do together more enjoyable, meaningful and profitable for everyone involved.

Every business has meetings, some take clients for drinks or a meal, and some businesses give the Masters of Fun (that’s us) a call and really show their clients how much they care about their relationship by breaking from norm and heading outside for an amazing team-building event or an exciting indoor activity that dials up the laughs and breaks down barriers to a solid relationship.

So for the perfect way to engage your clients or say thanks for doing business, check out our favourite games to team up with your next client engagement event!

Nearly every business is built of relationships. For many companies, the relationship between your office and your clients is critically important to your mutual success. But if you really want to get to know your clients, you need more than a boozy lunch where you struggle to get around and chat to everyone. And most importantly you need something that is inclusive and appeals to everyone. Our outdoor adventure activities and indoor events are the perfect solve to the classic “ice breaker” issue and will have your guests engaged with you, your brand, and each other.

Here are some case studies of our favourite client engagement events:

Brief: The marketing team behind Toohey’s Extra Dry wanted to create a themed Amazing Race and invite 5 advertising agencies along who were all vying for their next contract. Talk about amping up the competition! While the winning team didn’t necessarily win the contract, it was definitely looked upon favourably by the Tooheys marketing team. The game itself needed to test the agencies knowledge of the product, include a creative concept for a social media or app component, and test how far they would go to win the game!

Outcome: Despite the competitive circumstances, all agencies were in great spirits and took to the challenge with ferocity and focus. We designed checkpoint challenges that asked teams to design an app (while enroute! That’s quick creative problem solving for you!) and they presented their idea at the end of the game. We also had stag horn quoits, beer tasting, and Toohey’s Trivia, all to test teams love for the product and have them engaging with it from a unique angle. The game was a huge success and a great way for the agencies to get hands on with the Toohey’s Extra Dry brand.

Brief: The advertising industry is big on boozy networking events where no one actually networks. The team at Moove media were looking for something totally different that would offer value to their clients and get them mingling. They also wanted to impart knowledge of the Moove brand in a fun and engaging way.

Outcome: We worked with Moove to create the Amazing Mooving Race where teams would complete checkpoints challenges themed around all things Moove. Leading up to the game, Moove sent teaser emails with clues and challenges to earn bonus points. Choosing such a fun activity combined with drip feeding clues resulted in a great attendance and participation, more so than what you would get from a typical ‘meet us at this bar for drinks and nibbles’. From locating moving buses with their advertising, to building a model bus, to using giant slingshots! It was a jam packed game of fun Amazing Race style challenges with all teams meeting back at the beautiful Squire’s Landing in Circular Quay. With the best backdrop in Sydney, teams were mingling, swapping stories and getting to know each other and the moove team. Everyone had amazing day and commented on the uniqueness of the activity. Nothing like impressing your clients by giving them their own team building activity!

Brief: One of the leading Ad Agencies in Sydney was vying for the contract to market a leading telecommunications company. The concept was “random acts of kindness for your loyal customers” and the agency wanted to show the company their concept in real world examples before their proper pitch presentation.

Outcome: The telecommunications company was split into smaller teams with one person from the agency so they could form better relationships during the activity. Each team were given a camera and an envelope with a list of random acts of kindness that teams had to complete. Then they hit the streets and found creative ways to give back to the locals and deliver acts of kindness on unsuspecting strangers, capturing all the magic moments on film to share with the other groups upon their return.  Watching the films back really allowed for the concept to hit the hearts of the marketing team, and with an awesome pitch after the activity the agency were able to convince the company to go with their concept! Everyone agreed that it was a unique and impactful way to pitch a big concept to a big marketing team, getting everyone on board and gifting them a rewarding team day out in the process.