What an amazing weekend for the UK Corporate Games 2023!
Thank you to our 2023 hosts the University of Warwick and Coventry.
Another big thank you to all team leaders and competitors for making the UK Corporate Games 2023 a memorable weekend! We were inspired by everyone’s willingness to compete in their chosen sport irrespective of the challenging weather conditions.
The overwhelming positive feedback we have already received highlights the importance of bringing people together to have fun whilst representing their organisation, boosting moral and bringing fresh energy and enthusiasm into the workplace.
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UK Corporate Games
The UK Corporate Games is the most comprehensive multi-sport employee wellbeing event. A platform for companies from all business sectors to integrate and engage employees, address CSR strategies and raise brand awareness. Annually, thousands of participants representing hundreds of organisations come together for an unrivalled weekend of sportsmanship and celebrations.
THE BENEFITS FOR YOUR ORGANISATION
- Team Building
- Increase Brand Awareness
- Promoting Employee Health & Wellbeing
- Engage Employees
- Integrate Staff from different offices and departments
- Boost Networking Opportunities
- Marketing Strategies
- Address Company CSR Strategies
Official Fitness Partners
Myzone are the official fitness partners for the UK Corporate Games 2023. All participating companies will have access to the fully inclusive fitness technology, empowering employees to track, train, and enjoy their fitness journeys.
“Myzone and UK Corporate Games join forces to boost companies camaraderie, culture, and cardio.
The goal? To raise mental, physical and business benefit across the employee wellness space…
UK Corporate Games 2022 Sports Ambassador
Sally Gunnell OBE DL
We are honored to announce Sally Gunnell OBE DL as our Sports Ambassador for the 2022 UK Corporate Games.
As a former track and field athlete, Sally still remains the only British woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently – Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth.
Sally’s mission to promote health and wellbeing for everybody in the UK, particularly in the workplace wholly supports the values of the Corporate Games.
It gives me great pleasure to be the Sports Ambassador for the 2022 UK Corporate Games and to be associated with this ultimate sporting event, which brings people together irrespective of their sporting ability or age for an unrivalled weekend of camaraderie.
Event Start Date 3 - 6 August 2023
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Great Games Party
Awards Celebration - Date TBC
After 20 consecutive years taking part in the Games, it was great to finally get back to the UK Corporate Games after Covid. It’s such an amazing event that any business from small to large should be part of. It brings people together and is always a fun weekend for all involved!
The UK Corporate Games Stoke-on-Trent 2018 were the first participation of Safran Landing Systems. The fifty-seven employees who took part in the event unanimously recognised this was a tremendous experience to be in and were impressed with the overall organisation. Throughout the competition the Safran athletes reflected the character of the Group and thrived in this competitive event, also enjoying developing cross-functional team bonding. See you next year!
Having taken part in last year’s Corporate Games this year had a lot to live up to - however just as rewarding as before and very well organised. The main advantage of participating for me is having the pleasure of meeting colleagues from across the Group and this year I have now met new friends from PFP Leisure and RMG that will enhance our working relationships. This is truly a great event / great fun - Thank you.
Browne Jacobson entered the Games for the first time in 2017 with a team of over 70. We all had a really enjoyable weekend and the spirit we built in the training running up to the Games has been excellent. The inclusive way it has been handled has encouraged some to become more involved in wider activities at Browne Jacobson. Our involvement of the Games drove an improvement in health and wellbeing, with over 75% also engaging in training before the Games and 64% of people feeding back that they had improved their overall fitness. Beyond even this, 96% of people stated that they had met at least one person that they wouldn’t normally have the opportunity to speak to and also improved their knowledge of the business. The Games gave everyone the opportunity to be an ambassador for our firm and across our participants we generated over 750,000 impressions on twitter, reaching 25,000 accounts using #TeamBrowne-Jacobson. We feel we are now building a legacy around health, wellbeing and collaboration from this starting point with 100% of our participants recommending it to others, 100% wanting to take part next year and an overwhelming 91% of our competitors wanting to maintain their training groups moving forward. It is safe to say that the Games has exceeded our expectations.
I cannot describe how impressed we all were with the games this weekend. My whole organisation is buzzing, and I’m seeing competitors and medallists alike acknowledging each other and ‘high fiving’ on corridors where previously they would have passed in silence... I’m not overstating the positive effect this event has had. Sports sections have been reinvigorated, friendships and bonds have been rediscovered, and I’ve even seen pictures of medallists up in the office to welcome them back. This is down to you and your team’s hard work, patience and dedication and as Notts Police captain I’d like to add my thanks on behalf of my colleagues.