Our Corporate workshops are perfect for team building activities, conferences, networking events or just an exciting and different way to get your staff out the office and having fun. We are completely flexible on venue, can come and transform your board room or find you that perfect location away from the office!
Team Building through food events for Business Results
This approach creates a creative, practical environment in which your team can relax, laugh and have fun. As well as discovering how to become a better performing team. It is a unique way of boosting morale and energy, delivering measurable results and insightful learning outcomes.
We customise our cookery challenges, to ensure your teams can address any specific challenges that they may be facing, and get the most out of the experience. There are multiple benefits to be won, not least that participants are likely to be pushed, with support, outside their comfort zones, and through this they can build greater confidence and capability as team players.
By creating a new and unpredictable real situation, the cookery challenge lends itself to creativity, and strategic thinking with possibly chaotic outcomes that can encourage participants to exhibit new team participation and/or leadership skills.
Food Demonstrations, talks and workshops
Our workshops can be competitive or non-competitive. Everything we run has an educational but a relaxed approach to healthy eating favouring hassle-free/fuss free nutrition. Practical to follow, menu and ingredients are developed in advance. For example, taking you through breakfast, healthy snacks, lunch and how to finish your day best. You choose from our menu and we will cook up something that is right for your organisation.
Health and Wellbeing
Keeping your team fit and well means less ‘sick days’ so start 2018 with one of our Health and Wellbeing sessions at the top of your agenda, whereby we build you a day of health and wellbeing through food.
Please contact us so that we can cater the workshop/event to suit your needs/requirements.