Corporate teambuilding demand on the rise for Quest

ADVENTURE programme specialist, Quest, is seeing a resurgence of corporate teambuilding bookings in recent months, with May said to be the busiest month in the company’s history.
Alun Gathergood, regional manager of Quest, which operates adventure-based teambuilding programmes for corporate and schools since 1995, told TTGmice e-Weekly: “The corporate market had gone through some quiet time, but things are getting really busy now. We are getting three groups this week, one of them being Sony India.
“We’ve smashed all budgets with May’s business alone.”

He added that group sizes were also getting bigger, and a 400-pax group was due to arrive next month. The average group size for corporate teambuilding was five to 200 pax.

Business is largely driven by international companies with offices in Asia, although C-level personnel from the US and Europe will be among the participants.

China and India were also churning out increasing demand for corporate teambuilding programmes, said Gathergood, adding that Quest was asked to conduct a programme in Rajasthan, India.

“We have, in fact, done programmes in Hong Kong and Macau,” he said.

Quest will begin operations in Vietnam’s Laguna Lang Co integrated resort next month, following the launch of Quest Bintan this January.

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