Business innovators challenge 2017
“A business has to be involving, it has to be fun and it has to exercise your creative instincts.” – Richard Branson
We’re back by popular demand with our Business Innovators Challenge this November – an event full of fun, creativity and clever challenges to get you and your team thinking, innovating and collaborating.
“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people.” – Steve Jobs
Put your team to the test as you complete a number of challenges (yes, Lego sumo robots will feature) designed to push you to think dynamically and creatively. It’s all about encouraging innovative practices that you could even apply to your business.
This evening will commence at 5:00pm with networking and refreshments so that you can meet your friendly competition and your robot before the challenges get underway. Pizzas and further refreshments will be served during the evening to keep those creative brains nourished.
If you’re after a fun and energetic event like no other, don’t hesitate to join us and grab your tickets below. We can only accommodate 28 entrepreneurs (7 teams of 4) and last year we sold out super fast.
PLEASE NOTE: We encourage you to create your own team of four (doesn’t have to be work colleagues, just ask your network) to get the most out of this team building event.
We’re currently awaiting the decision on our application for an Occasional Liquor Licence from Racing, Gaming, Liquor which will determine if alcohol is served as part of the event. In anticipation this event is 18+.
MEMBERS: Don’t forget to use your discount code to receive your special member pricing for this event.
Encouraging Creative and Limitless Thinking!
Your facilitator – Peter Atkinson – has a savvy awareness of coding, engineering and innovation bringing cutting edge knowledge to the table. Father of two, Peter loves teaching and opening up the minds of children of all ages (8 – 99) to the possibilities of what they can achieve.
Mind Mash facilitates workshops (after school and school holidays) and STEM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) for students aged 8-12 years but can tailor workshops that are aimed at bigger kids too. Mind Mash focuses on building effective teams, solving problems, improving communication skills and resolving conflict using Lego Robotics. There’s always lots of fun at Mind Mash workshops but they also encourage collaboration, foster critical and creative thinking and open the mind to endless possibilities.
This is certainly an event you won’t want to miss. Check out some of the action from last year’s event below.