When: September 27th – October 13th 2019
Where: Wellington, NZ
What: NZ’s largest business house games event.
The NZ Business Games are New Zealand’s largest and longest running multi-event corporate championships. In the past 19 years over 60,000 people have participated in the fun. In 2017, over 240 teams from 50 organisations participated! All those games and all that action makes for a lot of great stories and banter over coffee or at the water cooler!
- All sorts of events for all sorts of people
- Team Composition
- What teams get
- Building your team – commitment, fun, teamwork
All sorts of events for all sorts of people
At the NZ Business Games there is something for everyone, from seriously social to extreme! People of all ages and levels of fitness can get involved with a team from their organisation.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a small business of 3 or a large corporate organisation of 10,000 – you can still take part (especially with several events only needing teams of three).
Your organisation can enter into just one or several events.
As this is a ‘Business House’ Games the following rule applies: only organisation/company members and their immediate families and defacto partners are allowed to enter.
What teams get
- Heaps of fun
- Great goodie packs at each event
- Use of specialised gear at some events
- Opportunity to win prizes
“I love being involved and every year it’s always a success! So well done to you all for the organising you do, everyone loved it. They will be back for more next year!” – Danielle Kimpton, Intergen
Building your team – commitment, fun, teamwork
The Games are about team work and building esprit de corps, helping to make your organisation a great place to work.
Numerous studies highlight the importance of having a positive atmosphere in the workplace. The NZ Business Games provide organisations the opportunity to band together and strengthen the bonds between workers. This helps foster open communication, open relations, understanding and co-operation and overall quality of work.