Chain Reaction (outdoors or indoors)
In a joint effort the group works on a giant marble run made of cardboard which is supported by wooden poles. The descending marble is to trigger rows of dominoes. These negotiate obstacles that have been designed and built into the track and trigger the next marble on the other end.
Success Through Partnership
To make the chain reaction work it takes good ideas, clever realisation and plenty of helping hands. All participants join in on a large scale project.
This programme has been designed especially for larger groups.
Weatherproof team building
It’s up to you if you prefer your team-building event to happen in a large hall or in the great outdoors. We are very flexible and will join you at any location you choose.
We are also happy to find a suitable venue for you.
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Prices (introductory rates) [in Swiss Francs]
|up to 30 pers.||2980.00 flat rate|
|from 21 pers.||149.00 / pers.|
|from 31 pers.||119.00 / pers.|
|from 100 pers.||99.00 / pers.|
Refreshments / Aperitif from 19.00 / pers.
Our service includes
- Expert guides
- All necessary building materials
- Marbles and dominoes
- Bottled water
- Transfer to and from the venue
- Hire a barn/farmyard in the Zurich area (optional)
- Hire of seminar facilities (optional)
- Hire a function room at a restaurant (optional)
Group size20-2000 participants
AvailabilityAll year round
LocationAnywhere in Switzerland and abroad
- English- or French-speaking guides
- Extended range of building materials/additional tasks