Philadelphia Team Building
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Looking to hold your next team building event or charitable group activities for your company in Philadelphia, PA? You’ve got many options to choose from.
Philadelphia, PA is perfect for corporate training or events because of its deep roots in commercial activity. The city is currently the center of economic activities in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA is home to more than 20 of the 500 largest companies in America, referring to the likes of Comcast, Rite Aid, Aramark, etc. Besides, Philadelphia, PA is also home to more than 81,000 commercial companies. This level of commercial activity is an indication that the city is a fertile ground for holding team-building events.
There are several prominent skyscrapers scattered across the length and breadth of the city. Many of these skyscrapers house office spaces, meeting and event rooms, hotels, etc. that are perfect for hosting various indoor team building ideas. Loews Hotels, The Ritz-Carlton hotels, etc. are examples of such.
Philadelphia, PA, has more outdoor sculptures than any other city in the U.S.A. The combination of Fairmont Park on Reservoir Drive and Wissahickon Valley Park on Valley Green Road, located beside one another, form the largest urban parks in the U.S. Philadelphia, PA is great for outdoor team building events with many options to accommodate your group.
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FullTilt offers a seamless process from initial contact to event delivery, saving you time from day one
Your FulTilt Event Consultant will get to know more about you and the needs of your team. They will help you pick the most effective event that will meet your goals and budget.
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Each event is unique in location, team size, venue and goals. Our experts will work with you to create a tailored event that meets your needs.
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We are experts in making you look good and make your job easy. Our team will work out the details and make sure everything runs perfect.
This is where you get to see your investment pay off. Our team has some of the most experienced facilitators in the industry. They will ensure your event exceeds expectations, guaranteed!
Popular Outdoor Option in Philadelphia, PA
Spuds of Thunder is a high energy, low physical requirement outdoor team building event that we have designed for corporate bonding. The game is also highly imaginative. The challenges are like mini games aimed at developing corporate soft skills such as negotiation, communication, presentation and strategy that can be applied to business. How this is done can be customized to the group and ultimately involves teams building fortresses to protect precious assets. Members of each team will try to blast away the other team’s fortress using spud guns. The team that succeed by protecting the most assets will be crowned the winners.
This is a fun, imaginative, and creative game that is best enjoyed in places with a great amount of space. City parks are perfect and are much lower cost than renting venue. However, you must be mindful that certain parks are more appropriate than others. For example, Penn Treaty Park located at 1302 N Beach St. would work better than Franklin Square located at 200 N 6th St. If you will like to select from our other outdoor events, we can always build elements of the team building games to fit any location of your choice.
Popular Indoor Option in Philadelphia, PA
Among the many indoor team building activities available, we have the Cardboard Boat Building Activity. This activity challenges your team to think creatively and channel the creativity to design, build, and float a boat. The boat will be made from cardboard and packing tape. Teams will be formed and each team is expected to purchase materials and build the vessels within a specific time frame. After building, teams will get to compete with each other and a winner will be picked.
The Cardboard Boat Building activity teaches team members to work collaboratively, develop team-building problem-solving skills, time management, etc. To participate in this corporate team building activity, you need an indoor facility that has a pool or a park with water access. For the colder times of the year, consider venues like Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel and Radisson Hotel located at 1201 Market Street and 2400 Old Lincoln Highway respectively. With 1408 guest rooms, 66 meeting rooms and 2775 guest rooms, 16 meeting rooms respectively, both hotels are big enough to accommodate employee engagement activities.
We are also open to working with you should you desire other team bonding activities or venues aside from the ones suggested above.
Popular Indoor Option in Boston, MA
The Hyatt Regency Boston on 575 Memorial Dr, Cambridge, MA is great for meetings. The hotel has more than 30,000 square feet of gathering and occasion space in 21 capacity rooms and two official meeting rooms. Alongside a sky-lit terrace, the hotel can provide your team food, varying media gear, and an expert to assist your group. The flexibility of this hotel and wide choices of littler spaces likewise makes for a great indoor venue.
All these factors make the venue perfect for End Hunger games. This game is an engaging “CAN-struction” event that promotes creativity, teamwork, and competition. Your group will be broken into teams that will work together to build variously themed structures out of non-perishable goods. The food items will be used to support a local food bank charity of your choice. This event will leave everyone feeling positive and have a significant impact on the local community.
Another great choice for the event is the Battery Wharf Hotel on 3 Battery Wharf, Boston, MA 02109. Fulltilt is ready to help you with all points geared towards having a great event.
Popular Charitable Events in Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia city is very good for charitable events. There are wonderful charities that we can partner with that would greatly appreciate receiving the items as donations after the event. The Boys and Girls Club of Philadelphia at 1518 Walnut Street, Suite 712 Philadelphia, PA 19102 will be happy to receive the backpacks from our Mission Incredible: Backpack Care Kits. Covenant House on 31 E. Armat Street Philadelphia PA will be more than glad to receive the bikes from our Build a Bike charity event as it will go a long way to make life happier for under privileged youth.
Some Preferred Venues we’ve run events at in Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia 201 Hotel
201 North 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 , USA
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
1201 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
The Study Hotel at University City
20 South 33rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
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We really thought yesterday’s session was productive, insightful, and a lot of fun. You did a great job of leading the session and really getting everyone engaged. Additionally, the business simulation allowed me to improve relationships with the team, so that was great.
Behavior Style 360 Degree Matrix
I am so happy that we worked with you for Capco’s event in Puerto Rico. I really can’t say enough good things about Kerry and his team. They were all incredibly helpful, fun, professional, and just plain great at their jobs. Such amazing attitudes, professionalism, and willingness to adapt. The feedback from participants has been overwhelming, everyone had such a great time.
Beach Olympic Games
On behalf of the Management team, I would like to officially Thank You for leading our teams today through “End Hunger Games”! The feedback from our community was overwhelmingly positive and a great way to end our day. The donation to the Food Bank resonated with us all and was the best part of the exercise.
End Hunger Games
I liked that different people can come together quickly when genuine effort is applied. We learned how to work together effectively. Teams can work well together when everyone is given space and opportunity to do what they do best. Teamwork can be achieved in a hectic setting.
Cross Boundary Communication Training
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We learned that communication is key throughout the project to ensure everyone continues to work towards a common goal and stay on track. It was fun! I loved the collaboration – working together to get the job done in a fun way. Everyone plays an important role. Trust the team. Good balance of fun, competition and learning.
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