Company and Family Fun Day essentials

April 28, 2016 : General Team Building, Event Management, News

Outdoor Team Building

As the longer daylight hours are now here, and with the sun occasionally making an appearance, what better conditions to host an outdoor event! Our Fun Day events have proved popular over the summer months to celebrate a company milestone, to thank staff, their partners & family members for their support over the past year, and / or as a way to host an annual get together.

When pulling together a Company Fun Day it’s vital to ensure you appeal to all ages and interests – never an easy task! However, after years of experience in delivering these fun but complex events across Scotland and throughout the rest of the UK, we’d strongly recommend the following Fun Day must haves…

These include an ice-cream van, a bouncy castle, our fabulous Compere and sound system with up tempo music to keep everyone engaged and informed, and then we provide you with a shopping list style of other activities for you to build your own event to tailor it to your guest’s interests, venue requirements and your budget.

Some of the new activities that we introduced last year were zorb football, human wrecking ball (as close as you can get to a Wipe Out game!), pedal kart racing including an inflatable circuit and an expansion of our fun fair stalls to include roller ball, ball in a bucket to name but a few.

Are you considering hosting a fun day for your company in 2016?

Maximillion organises Company and Family Fun Days in Edinburgh, Scotland and across the UK for corporate groups of all sizes. We can organise the whole event for you, from venue finding and catering to the sourcing and provision of activities and entertainers, or we are more than happy to simply support you as and where required.

If you are interested in finding out more, please email, or call on 0131 333 0066, with the following information:

• Date
• Location / venue
• Guest numbers
• Budget

– and we will come back to you with our suggestions.

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