Project Description

Inverleith Off-Site

Inverleith LLP is a consumer specialist private equity investor.

WildFox Events has hosted two groups for Inverleith, most recently the senior management team from Montezuma Chocolate.

Inverleith asked us to arrange outdoor adventure activities for groups of 8 to 12 people to help build the team away from their comfort zone. Time at our base in the Scottish Highlands away from the usual routine never fails to break down barriers and encourages frank and open discussion.

Bespoke activity programmes were designed to be fun and achievable and inclusive for all fitness levels within the group.  Varying levels of hill walk culminating in a chat by the fireside in a bothy high up a mountain track and away from phone and internet distraction.  On both occasions activities such as archery, paint balling at targets and clay pigeon shooting were arranged.  One group also took to Loch Tay for an expedition on the Ben Lawers Range and both groups enjoyed a traditional scottish candlelit feast.  Fresh air, good food and new experiences were combined with good effect with constructive brainstorming time around the table.

Inverleith found this process useful as an alternative to more conventional away days.  The adventure of bringing the team together in the wilds of Scotland was a catalyst.



David and Jo of Wild Fox Events have provided Inverleith LLP with two amazing Company off-sites so far.  Our teams have enjoyed their wonderful hospitality in the beautiful Loch Tay surroundings. Being outside the office, with all its demands, allowed the teams to properly communicate on a hike; really get to know one another in team event; strengthen team bonds on a planning exercise and challenge themselves all within a fun and safe environment. The activities our groups undertook ranged from adventurous hikes up the Loch Tay munros to delicious black tie dinners and board room discussions. David and Jo are fantastic hosts, understanding all the needs of the groups.  Despite a busy few days, the groups felt recharged and revitalised when they went back.