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Program Overview

Need a custom team building event for a special conference theme, favorite management book, ideal training model or a unique set of learning outcomes? Whether you’re looking to run a custom 1,500 person scaventure (been there) or support a new cause in your community (done that), we’ve got your back. Your needs are unique, your team is original and we never take a one size fits all approach at TeamBonding. When our existing programs just don’t cut it, we pull out all the stops to help you build a 100% customized program for your team.

TeamBonding has been designing custom team building events that forge real bonds since 1988, so we have the experience and talent to help you clarify your team building objectives and create a program specifically for your team. Many of our innovative programs originated to meet a specific need of a client. Not sure what to expect? You can focus on launching your next project, while we deliver the rest:

  • A Dedicated Custom Event Planner
  • On-site facilitation
  • Program design and schedule flow
  • Logistics Management including (but not limited to) coordination with staff, venues, materials, transportation and beneficiaries
  • Upfront fee structure – an hourly rate or project based pricing.

Simple, right? Contact us now. Let’s talk details!

Specifications

Group Size

Whatever group size you need

Time Needed

Whatever time you need

Space Requirement

We’ll work with you to develop a program that fits your space, and all your other requirements.

Customization

Literally any part of the program, from theme, to content to location. Who, where, what, when, how many, it’s up to you.

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