We have designed a number of Charity Challenge events however the two flagship events we are most proud about are Barnardo’s Cairgorm Challenge and Tesco Bank 4 Abbey’s Challenge. The former was a spectacular hike and bike event across 100km of some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery. The latter, a cycling challenge following the Scottish Boarders trail known as the 4 Abbey’s.
John is our Managing Director, otherwise known as The Boss. John’s main responsibility is tightening the leash on all of his staff but is also responsible for the continual growth of Maximillion over the last 26 years. John is usually followed by his four legged best friend Chewy.
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Many clients require their own “in house” corporate challenge as their principle client relations platform or internal team development program. The Hudson Challenge provided and exciting challenge event that their clients were invited to enter teams into. While Scottish Widows used Maximillion on consecutive years to upskill their teams entering the Challengers Trophy events.
With over 25 years of event management experience, Maximillion can support you as much or as little with your corporate and private events. So please get in touch with your conference, meeting, incentive and other event requirements.Learn More
Consider Maximillion for your next team building away day. With a fantastic range of indoor and outdoor activities, energisers and icebreakers and evening entertainment we have something to suit all budgets, group profiles, aims and objectives.Learn More
Our Sporting Challenges are designed for the specific requirements of individual clients. Past triumphs have included a Winter Olympics in St Moritz, Touch Rugby tournament at Murrayfield and a Curling Tournament on “carpets” complete with an Olympic Silver Medalist!
Team Challenges come in all shapes and sizes and are designed to meet the exacting requirements of each particular client. The emphasis leans towards developing the characteristics of effective team work by providing a series of short sharp problem solving challenges linked by navigational legs. The journey is one of continual improvement so by the end, the team is cohesive and effective.