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NFP Staff Christmas Parties: How to Make Them Fun and Interactive – Sponsored Article


Tuesday, 10th November 2009 at 12:01 pm
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A new $27 DIY training product shows businesses how to make their Christmas party a fun, interactive team building event, rather than the typical ‘horror’ story that can occur.

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NFP Staff Christmas Parties: How to Make Them Fun and Interactive – Sponsored Article
Tuesday, 10th November 2009 at 12:01 pm

With staff Christmas party season fast approaching, Mike Symonds from Interactive Events says it’s now time for businesses to use the staff Christmas party as a way to genuinely thank staff for their hard work and commitment.

 

Symonds says he knows that people working within the Not for Profit sector have big hearts, work hard and want to give back to their staff but need to be mindful of budgets, especially in the current economic climate. He says Interactive Events have developed a number of DIY team building activities to help NFP’s bring their Christmas Party to life without having to spend thousands of dollars. 

 

To help Not for Profit’s create a staff Christmas party with meaning and value, Interactive Events have launched their DIY Staff Christmas Party ePack and Novelty Trivia Game Show. Symonds says they found that a lot of businesses are starting to recognise that with some creativity and very little effort they could have a staff Christmas Party that was not only fun, but also helped build and nurture staff and team relationships.

 

Symonds says that the most successful staff Christmas parties are the ones that create a sense of family – They are fun, interactive and personal.

 

Interactive Events are offering the following products to ensure your staff Christmas party is remembered for the right reasons:

 

1. DIY Staff Christmas Party ePack

 

Contains a range of Christmas party ideas such as budget catering, creative staff gift ideas, sample party agenda’s, party themes, interactive lead up activities, Christmas party games, invitation templates and party planning worksheets. Just $27 and guaranteed to make your life easy as you organise the Christmas party of all Christmas parties.

www.funergizers.com/Christmas-Party-Ideas

 

2. Novelty Trivia Game Show – DIY Team Activity

 

Generate fun team bonding and get value from your staff Christmas party? The Novelty Trivia Game Show is a structured fun team building game that you run yourself. Simply watch instructional videos, follow step by step guides and you are guaranteed of making your staff Christmas party fun, different and highly interactive. Instant access only $297FREE Bonus ‘DIY Staff Christmas Party ePack’

www.funergizers.com/Trivia-Game-Show

 

3. We Run the Team Building Games For You

 

Interactive Events can come to your workplace or function venue and run a range of team based activities for you. The focus is about fun, laughter and interaction. Programs start from just $1,200

To find out more, visit www.interactiveevents.com.au or contact Mike Symonds on 

Mobile: + 61 431 961 202

Email: mike@interactiveevents.com.au

 



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