Made famous around the globe by pre-match performances of the New Zealand national rugby team the All Blacks, the Haka is a traditional ancestral dance of the Maori people indigenous to New Zealand. The new incentive package is delivered by course leaders of Maori descent and is given with the full blessing of lead tribesman.
Amir Vered, Head of Sales and Marketing at Twickenham Experience, commented: “This new incentive provides an excellent way of engaging delegates and getting them to break the ice and work together. The Haka incentive is a great fit with our venue as it embodies everything Twickenham stands for: passion, determination and team spirit. We are looking forward to seeing some expressive Hakas from delegates!”
The new incentive follows Twickenham’s recent introduction of a GPS-led Treasure Hunt package in partnership with Wildgoose Treasure Hunts. The Twickenham Treasure Hunt encourages delegates to scour the stadium armed with Samsung Galaxy Tabs in search of clues that will crack the code and earn them team points. Mr Vered added: “The Treasure Hunt is another active team building exercise we have launched which further supports our commitment to keep delegates active at Twickenham. As the home of English rugby, we are always keen to encourage activity that helps support delegate wellbeing.”
Further information about Twickenham and the incentive packages is available here