Business events in Sarawak are preparing for the return of international business events and incentives with the launch of a new treasure-hunt inspired teambuilding product.
Tribespirit Teambuilding had its first trial run over the weekend with 40 participants from Sarawak’s business events and tourism industries testing their team leadership skills through a series of physical challenges throughout Kuching city and trivia quizzes on Sarawak’s culture, adventure, nature, food and festivals.
Developed by teambuilding provider Asia Ability, the Go Team app enables organisers to manage and monitor on-ground activities remotely with updates, feedback, and scores kept in real-time to give the programme a more tailored experience.
“Sarawak is capable of delivering incentive programmes that are beyond the traditional tug-of-war, pen-and-paper method,” said Amelia Roziman, Business Events Sarawa’s CEO.
“We are constantly analysing and testing out angles to develop high engagement, motivational programmes that incorporate technology to elevate the experience.
“The trial run was successful and we believe incentive groups would definitely find Tribespirit Teambuilding worthwhile. This initiative will also be developed for other business events cities such as Sibu and Miri in the future.”