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Case Study

Annual Party

Their Requirements

Lend Lease approached us for help with their annual company party, having been dissatisfied with the previous incumbents. The aim was to deliver an event for employees and their families to thank them for their on-going hard work and enable their families to enjoy the experience. The company also has a desire to promote health and wellbeing within their workforce.

Our Involvement

Having run the event for Lend Lease successfully for eight consecutive years, the specific year we’re highlighting here was themed to Pirates of the Caribbean. Held at Olympic Venue Dorney Lake, it included a number of water based activities alongside a huge selection of interactive fun games and challenges.

We organised every  aspect of the event design and on site logistics including all pre event marketing and graphic design, online registrations, pre booking slots at the Pamper Zone, venue selection, temporary structures and furniture, catering options, activity selection, goodybags and giveaways, venue and staff theming, security, power, waste disposal, security and health and safety.

Activities were in theme and staff (in costume) handed out authentic canvas pirate maps (site maps) to guests, bringing the whole event together.


“Thank you so much for everything you did yesterday, it really was a fantastic day and everyone I spoke to really enjoyed themselves. People have been coming over to me all day saying how much they enjoyed it so I think it was a resounding success!”

Key Objectives

  • An annual celebratory event to show appreciation to their hard working teams

  • Increase morale and motivation

  • Foster a health and wellbeing orientated culture

The Results

Having increased attendance rates each year through word of mouth based on the success of each previous year, we attracted over 2000 guests (up from 500 in the first year). Running the event for eight years in a row was further testament to the successful relationship enjoyed between supplier and client.