10 Creative Corporate
Event Ideas

Planning your next corporate event? Here’s ten creative ideas to avoid ‘death by PowerPoint’ and keep your audience engaged!

engaged audience

1. Break a World Record

Setting a common goal for your audience helps unite and bring them together, a fun way to do this is with a challenge – and who wouldn’t want to break a world record?

colour fight /Holi powder

2. Get Colourful

A colour fight /Holi powder fight is a fun, if rather messy, way to get your audience interacting with each other and break down barriers.

LED Tunnel sets

3. LED The Way

An LED Tunnel sets the scene for your event, immersing your audience as soon as they walk in. 

themed wonderland

4. Imagination Immersion

Ask your audience to step out of their corporate environment and into a themed wonderland to delight and engage. Think about the location, the props, and even actors, to bring the theme to life.

treasure hunt using RFID technology

5. Treasure Hunt

Get your audience to work together by sending them on a treasure hunt. Using RFID technology, hide ‘treasure’ around your event, allowing your audience to ‘hunt’ for your content gets them to engage with it in a totally new way.

LED ceiling

6. Light It Up!

Using an LED ceiling creates an impressive visual display, a show-stopping ‘wow’ factor, to impress your audience and set the scene for your event.

Inflatable Meeting Pods

7. Avoid Breakout Boredom

Transform your event by using Inflatable Meeting Pods to create unique and engaging break out spaces.

Edible Mist Orbs

8. Feed Their Interest

You may be thinking about catering for your event, but why not push the boundaries and use some curious culinary delights to create an event everyone will remember. These Edible Mist Orbs were a definite talking point!

kinetic lighting

9. Keep It Kinetic

Keep your audience’s attention and add a dynamic element to your event with kinetic lighting.

live demos

10. Go Live!

Bring your content to life with live demos – let your audience absorb the sights and sounds. For even more engagement, let them get hands on too!

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