How big is a "team?"

People often ask us, what's the right number of people to have on a team in one of your team building games?

We sometimes suspect they're also asking, what's the right size for ANY team?

The answer is:  whatever works best for YOU. Our team-building events are designed to help YOUR team work better together by having fun. Who are we to say how big your team should be?

And with respect to our events:  Our games are very scalable. For example, Search Party has been played by teams ranging from one to over twenty (yes, one... some teams just roll that way), with total participants ranging in size from two to six hundred.

Some games work better with larger groups. For some it's a purely financial reason. For example, Search Party at the Kennedy School or in Forest Grove require food and beverage service (which, by the way, can be a big plus - feeding your team) that are based on 20 or more people.

Other games, like Alias and Alibi or Freewheel, have logistical considerations that make them more suitable for larger groups. Alias and Alibi involves intense immersion including interaction with Secret Agents that make somewhat larger teams and groups work best for that game (hence the 20 person minimum). Freewheel, our bike-build-for-charity game, is best for groups of 35 or more. But we've done it for groups numbering in the hundreds. (Often, in fact.)

What's right for your team? Give us a call. We'll talk about it in a no-nonsense, frank matter, without sales pressure. We want your team to have the right experience - which might just be our least-expensive game.

That works for our team.



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