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Team Building Events Build Trust, Cohesion, and More, TheFunEmpire.com reports

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The Fun Empire is the perfect solution for corporate events, school programs, large-scale events, shopping mall celebrations, carnivals, team building, cohesions, birthday parties and more.

Singapore – May 30, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Phil Jackson, the well-known American basketball coach, once said, “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.”. There is a great deal of truth in each statement, and many organizations are choosing to take part in team building events to ensure they get the most from each person in the unit. However, in order to be effective, the team building event should not mimic everyday activities in any way. This is where THE FUN EMPIRE comes in.

“Research has shown that any activity that overly works to provide a leadership lesson or offer a practical takeaway lacks power. When a group spends time together, shares an experience, or works toward one goal, bonding happens more naturally. As a result, the activity is much more effective,” Stephenie Koh, spokesperson for THE FUN EMPIRE, explains.

In addition, research shows that learning and happiness go hand in hand. When people come together to try something, it tends to generate good feelings. As a result, the entire group benefits. The best way to accomplish this goal is to find something that falls outside of the participants’ comfort zone, something that is different and unique, and they will join together in new ways.

“Team building activities help to build trust among the group members while mitigating conflict. Communication is encouraged during these events and collaboration improves. When people take part in one of these activities, they become more engaged. Furthermore, the event can lead to participants becoming more adventurous,” Koh continues.

The choice of team building activity is of great importance. Plan a game of Bubble Bump for a birthday party or schedule a wine appreciation event for corporate clients. The ideas are endless when a group chooses to work with THE FUN EMPIRE.

“THE FUN EMPIRE is appropriate for any age group and any organization. Government agencies, schools, multinational corporations, and more have taken part in one of our events. In fact, we have now conducted more than 4,000 events with over 200,000 happy clients. Your group can be next. Contact us today for more information or click here to visit this website. We are ready to help you bring your group together to form a more cohesive unit,” Koh states.

About THE FUN EMPIRE:

The Fun Empire is the leading events and team building company in Asia that develops and provides the world’s most unique and fun activities such as Saber Tag®, SaberFit®, Ninja Tag, Combat Archery Tag, Bubble Bump, Poolball, and Laser Tag. They deliver exhilarating experiences for all age groups through a variety of games, concepts, and packages.

The Fun Empire is the perfect solution for corporate events, school programs, large-scale events, shopping mall celebrations, carnivals, team building, cohesions, birthday parties and more. They have organized more than 4,000 team building events for over 200,000 happy clients, working with a diverse clientele ranging from shopping malls, multinational corporations, SMEs, government agencies to universities, schools and consumers.

The Fun Empire has been featured in over 50 media outlets across television, newspapers, radio, magazines, digital platforms and many others (such as The Straits Times, Channel 8, Shape Magazine, Her World Magazine, Timeout Singapore, The Smart Local, etc.).

Contact Info:
Name: Stephenie Koh
Email: hello@thefunempire.com
Organization: THE FUN EMPIRE
Address: 33 Ubi Avenue 3, #04-59, Vertex Tower A, Singapore 408868
Phone: 6515 4146 6816 1998

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