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Learning from Lucas – Helping Teams Through Company Mergers

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” -Henry Ford The acquisition of LucasFilm by Disney has been a hot topic of discussion lately; though some are most interested in the creative future of a certain film series set “in a galaxy far, far away,” many are also arguing about … Continued


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Team Building Games: A Minute 2 Win It! Video of the Week

What do the following phrases have in common? Nose Dive. Hoop Dance. Card Ninja. Separation Anxiety.  Give up?  They are all hilarious games that may be played during a fast-paced program called A Minute 2 Win It!  Check out this video of teams dealing with everyday items (from balloons to cotton balls to plastic cups) … Continued


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Corporate Team Specialists for Large Group Activities

“Light is the task where many share the toil.” -Homer If you’ve seen any of the photos or videos of our corporate programs, you’ve probably noticed that there are often huge groups, hundreds or even thousands of participants, pictured.  We call ourselves large group activities specialists because our team building events have been carefully crafted … Continued


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New and Upgraded Team Building Programs

“The world is advancing. Advance with it!” –Giuseppe Mazzini As the nation’s leader in team-based corporate entertainment, we here at Best Corporate Events are constantly refining, adjusting, and adding to our roster of stellar programs.  And now on our website, you can see the fruits of our latest efforts, expanded corporate programming that includes: • New … Continued


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Competition to Collaboration™: Video of the Week 3

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Corporate Event Planning: The Power of Meeting Face to Face

“Teamwork divides the task and multiplies the success.” -Unknown
 If you are in the corporate event planning business, whether you’re a DMC or Planner, you are often so busy these days that finding the time for a face-to-face meeting can be a challenge.  Experience has shown us, however, that once you meet our passionate and … Continued


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“Momentous” Corporate Teamwork Activities: Charity Bike Build

A client shared this beautifully shot video of one of our corporate teamwork activities that we recently ran for their event: the Charity Bike Build program. Here’s what they said: “The bike build was momentous for our team and we’re happy to share our feedback with you!  We are so happy to have found your … Continued


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Corporate Team Building Companies: What to Look For

Sometimes people have a negative association with the very idea of “team building” – often because they had a corporate team building experience in the past that they found did not help their work.  Here are some of the ways Best Corporate Events fights this connotation (and items to look for when considering who to … Continued


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Game Show Events

Most game show-themed team building events involve only a few participants at a time: those who are currently up on stage.  Not ours.  We offer some of the most technologically advanced game show programs available anywhere and they involve every single person in the room thanks to our hand-held interactive keypads.  And as large group … Continued


iPad Innovation

Incorporating iPad Innovation in Team Building Events

“Learning is finding out what you already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it.” -Richard Bach There have been hundreds of articles this back-to-school season (try Googling ‘iPads in classrooms’) about how various educational institutions, from elementary schools to venerated places of higher learning, are incorporating technology into their classrooms and curricula.  What’s so … Continued