Calling All Football Players – World Corporate Cup of Soccer getting closer

Ever wanted to run out on a Premier League Football pitch, following in the footsteps of the Footballing legends?

What about if you had the chance to play 6 matches on that Premier League Pitch with your friends and colleagues?

Well this is your chance to play where Cantona, Kane, Bergkamp, Salah and Zola have played top class football!

Feel what it is like to be a Premier League Superstar in the 11th annual competition for players of all ages and abilities.

Team numbers have been capped to ensure that everyone gets the longest amount of play on the pitch and the best experience possible.

All teams will be scheduled at least 6 fixtures on the hallowed turf with 3 matches in the group stage and 3 matches in the elimination phase. All medals and Awards will be presented on the bet365 Stadium pitch at the close of play.

You will be tired at the end of the day but you will be able to take home the longest of lasting memories from the ultimate 1 day festival of football!

This is your chance to be a part of it and to make your mark.

The entry deadline is the 2nd May- so you still have time to secure your place.

Feel the exhilaration that these guys felt as they won the World Corporate Cup of Soccer.  

Call 0044 (0) 1733 380 888, email Cup@corporate-games.com or visit corporate-games.com for details and you could be celebrating like these Corporate Cup finalists from last year…

World Corporate Cup of Dragon Boat Racing Enjoyed by Everyone

Trentham Gardens was the idyllic destination for the World Corporate Cup of Dragonboat Racing this weekend (16th September 2017).  After fabulous World Corporate Cup experiences in Triathlon in recent weeks and in Soccer for more than a decade, this time the competition was on the water, following the success of the Europe Corporate Cup at the same destination in 2016!

Crews from across the region and from throughout the UK pitched their gazebos and paddled their hearts out in this event for businesses and organisations of all kinds.

The SuperCentre Celebration registration took place at Cadwaladers Cafe, with many competitors taking the opportunity to sample the warm drinks on offer to counteract the early morning September chill.  All competitors received a Games T-shirt, a souvenir programme, their ID badge as well as a decorative “Weekend Sports Warrior” coaster from Games sponsors Wade Ceramics.

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Once registered they entered the Gardens and admired the beautiful surroundings before undertaking their racing and safety briefings and getting their buoyancy aids and paddles.

As the racing commenced there were some competitive battles taking place with every encounter.  Each crew would battle it out in 3 x 333m heats to post their fastest time across the 1000m challenge!  However, there were a few showpiece encounters spicing up the proceedings with Stoke-On-Trent City Council and Newcastle Borough Council locking horns as well as Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire Police respectively.

Previous entrants Mitten Clarke were looking fluid in their white strips and the pale blue shirts of Wade Ceramics were looking good too.  Both of these crews were improving with every race.

 Ian Marsden with the Ice White crew from Mitten Clarke

The Walton Centre, Mellors Catering services and Stoke fit looked to be having heaps of fun and there were some incredibly close races across the day.

The Lord and Lady Mayoress had dropped by to support the event which was really appreciated by everyone in attendance and the Chief Executive of the Games Official Charity, David Webster of the Dougie Mac Hospice was also supporting the Cup.

David Webster is seen here presenting one of the impressive hand crafted, Wade Ceramics World Corporate Cup Awards, to the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Stoke-On-Trent, in recognition of the City’s support for the Cup as part of the City of Sport Legacy programme.

After some exhilarating racing for everyone involved we moved to establish the top 8 positions with 3 spectacular finals. Some of the races were so close that we needed a photo finish to separate the teams.

The Grand Final was all set up to be a closely contested encounter with the experienced Nottinghamshire Police crew taking on the youthful apprentices from Goodwin PLC and Phil Fortunes fit band of friends from Staffordshire Police.

The Grand final did not disappoint, with all three of the finalists competing for the medals and each of the crews posting their fastest times from the whole day!

The Top 10 placings were as follows but everyone had a wonderful experience.

In the Worldwide Corporate Sport Community we firmly believe that everyone who takes part is a winner and the spirit from the competitors in this event was a joy to behold.

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Local Paralympic Medalists, Ian Marsden and Jenny Booth were on hand to present the worthy winners and runners up with their medals. The winners of the World Corporate Cup of Dragonboat Racing  2017 are Nottinghamshire Police, with Goodwin PLC a creditable 2nd and Staffordshire Police proudly taking 3rd place on the podium.

The Corporate Games would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone connected with this great event at Trentham Gardens.  Thank you for your support and hope to see you all involved in the UK Corporate Games Stoke On Trent and Staffordshire 2018 in June.

NB The Main Image was taken by Richard Redshaw LRPS

Corporate Cup Programme Hailed as Great Success in Stoke

 

The Europe Corporate Cup programme came to a spectacular conclusion on Saturday with visitors from far and wide heralding the events as a wonderful success. The players played, the paddlers paddled and the sun shone brightly on all of the friends, families and supporters throughout the day!

With the City of Stoke on Trent celebrating its status as European City of Sport 2016, competitors came from far and wide to participate in the Europe Corporate Cup’s of Netball and Dragonboat Racing.

The Dragonboat Racing honours were won exclusively by teams from outside of the County with National Grid taking First place, QVC from Merseyside taking second and UClan from Preston securing 3rd.  That said the Pirates from Portmeirion and Team Open also won a few hearts!

happy-dgr-medalistsTeams registered at the impressive Cadwaladers Cafe in Trentham Gardens on Saturday morning before making their way to the beautiful Trentham Lake for the Dragonboat Racing or the expansive Fenton Manor for the netball.
img_0465 Councillor Terry Follows, cabinet member for greener city, development and leisure at the city council, said: “We’re very pleased the organisers have decided to bring these events to our city. The Corporate Games last year were a huge success and left people in no doubt not only of our ability to stage high-profile events, but also the quality of sporting facilities we have to offer. This is another example of how being the UK’s European City of Sport is raising our profile and helping us to attract events like these, which might not have come here in the past. The influx of visitors which these events will bring gives a welcome boost to our local tourism sector”.  Actions speak louder than words though, with Cllr Follows actually participating in the event, proudly banging the Dragonboat Drum for the City with his colleagues.  The Lord Mayor Cllr Anthony Munday also showed that he was also up for the challenge by paddling away with Angela Smith and other members of the Council team.

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Cllr Follows beats the drum for the City of Stoke on Trent

The Europe Corporate Cup of Netball saw local teams perform even better with the City Council securing a deserved 2nd place over a strong Ernst and Young team from London who finished 3rd.  However, Staffordshire Police were again the queens of the Courts as they won all seven of their pool and elimination games which saw them crowned worthy champions.  Victoria Pritchard of England Netball was involved in the delivery of the event and she said “It was terrific to work with the Corporate Games team and the City of Stoke for this inaugural event.  The spirit and camaraderie on the day was exemplary and the standard of facilities at Fenton Manor was excellent.  We would encourage teams of all abilities to consider getting involved next year as we know you won’t regret it.”

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Smiling Faces at Fenton Manor

Ben Sedgemore, Games Director said, “we would like to thank everyone who assisted and participated in the Europe Corporate Cup programme this year.  We are fortunate to stage Games and Cups in great Cities all around the world but we are proud to say that Stoke On Trent is one of our favourite destinations.  The local leaders are pushing hard to put this great City onto the international sporting map as well as creating a lasting sporting legacy for the City.  We support everything they are trying to achieve and everyone in the area should be proud of the aspirations that the City has.  We are already looking forward to next year and everyone can be involved again!

Please click here to take our post Cup feedback survey.

Click here for some of the great photos from the day.

Also, to celebrate the 2016 Europe Corporate Cup taking place in Stoke-on-Trent’s ‘European City of Sport’ year, Hanley-based social enterprise Cox Bank Publishing is collecting stories about the netball and dragon boat competitions – written by you! They are looking for short stories which capture your memories of the day, your training mishaps or adventures, what inspired you to enter – anything and everything that captures the spirit of the Cup’s.  We’d love to hear your voice through your words and pictures (photos capturing your day are very welcome). A 20 word poem is fine, or anything up to a 2,000 word story – it’s up to you. As many contributions as possible will be published on Cox Bank Publishing’s website and the best ones will have a chance of being published in a book later this year, celebrating Stoke-on-Trent’s sporting year.  Note that by “best” we mean funny, sad, thought-provoking, inspiring, memorable, or just plain entertaining – your words, about your experience. See www.sportingstories.com for more information. Please email your stories to Loretta.Grout@corporate-games.com.

UK Corporate Games 2017 Awarded to the City of Nottingham!

Following the recent success of the Europe Corporate Games Liverpool 2016, the Corporate Games World Headquarters is extremely excited to announce that the UK Corporate Games 2017 has been Awarded to the City of Nottingham.

After a thorough consideration of a number of great potential destinations we are pleased to confirm that Nottingham is the unanimous choice of the Games Inspection Committee.

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The UK Corporate Games is Europe’s largest annual multi sports festival for businesses and it will be taking place between the 6th- 9th July. The Games Headquarters will be working closely with partners from Nottingham Conferences, Marketing Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City Council, University of Nottingham Sport and luxury hotel company Principal Hayley Group to develop the ultimate mix of sport business and tourism for as many people as possible. Everyone is aiming to make this the very best Corporate Games in its 30 year history.

Ben Sedgemore, Games Director said “We have been blown away by the quality and the number of impressive facilities that are available in Nottingham and staging the next UK Corporate Games there presents us with a wonderful opportunity. We are confident that with its powerful business infrastructure and central location that Nottingham will be an extremely popular destination for business visitors from across the UK and beyond as well as the local populace.”

The City boasts an array of first class sports facilities and many of these will be showcased over the Games weekend. In addition there are more than two thousands bedrooms available on the campus as well as numerous 2-5 Star hotels in the surrounding area to cater for everyone’s needs.

Andrew May, General Manager of Nottingham Conferences commented “We are thrilled that together with our bid partners, Principal Hayley Group and Marketing Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, we have secured the UK Corporate Games for 2017 for the City of Nottingham. This is a great opportunity to bring the city together and for us to showcase our brand new £40m David Ross Sports Village, the latest addition to an already stellar collection of state-of-the-art sporting facilities available at the university.” The addition of this enormous world class venue should enable the Games team to stage at least 15 sports on campus. With the ability to have both accommodation and sport all on one site an impressive ‘sports village environment’ will be created for everyone to enjoy. This will deliver a wonderful platform to promote team building, company and business engagement as well as improving workplace health & well-being.

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The UK Corporate Games provides an outstanding opportunity to enhance company togetherness and is an expression of corporate and individual well-being through sport, competition, fun and fitness. It is also legendary for its exciting Celebrations like the SuperCentre, Great Games Party, Grand Parade and Closing Awards. Competition is open to all, with organisations, businesses, national and multinational companies, retailers, government agencies, partnerships and sports clubs all eligible to enter. Teams can include employees, colleagues, clients, family and friends. There are no qualifying standards.

This is an exceptionally exciting time for the City of Nottingham, as the UK Corporate Games 2017 will bring thousands of participants together from hundreds of different organisations to compete. The Games will enable company representatives to develop strong relationships and contacts with businesses from all sectors.

For more information about the UK Corporate Games 2017 view www.corporate-games.com, email uk@corporate-games.com or call 0044 (0) 1733 380 888 for a discussion on the plans, packages and participation…

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Okinawa Corporate Games hailed a great success yet again!

 

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After a successful Okinawa Corporate Games in 2015, the Games returned to the beautiful Japanese Island 0nce again over the weekend. The Okinawan edition of the Games was one of the first on the calendar this year, and it has truly reignited the Corporate Games spirit in style. Organisations of all sizes got involved – from those that took part in 2015 returning to the Games, as well as lots of new businesses alike. The number of employees taking part had grown from last year and there were over 180 different organisations represented.  It was superb to see such a wide range of Okinawan, Japanese and International businesses getting involved.  The Games commenced at the impressive Okinawa Convention Centre which is famous for its iconic roof and spacious capacity.

The number of sponsors and partners supporting the event was huge and included internationally recognised organisations such as Toyota, Canon and Fujitsu. Toyota have since released a statement describing their time at the Games: “We think its a magnificent event where you can exchange ideas with other businesses, and the wide age ranges also allow people to exchange ideas with colleagues who they may not usually interact with. We already have some colleagues planning for next years Corporate Games. We would like to thank you for providing this great opportunity to us and wish the Games hosts the best of luck in continuing to build this great fun event to a huge scale.”

The Okinawa Corporate Games featured an impressive programme of 12 sports across the weekend, including: futsal, dodgeball, tenpin bowling and relay marathon some of the most popular.  Open water swimming was a real spectacle to see, as the briefings took place on one of the beautiful beaches of Okinawa. Fortunately, each sport was highly popular and a healthy competitive nature was  felt throughout all of the sporting competitions taking place.  However, the respect between the competitors was unrivalled.  with bows and handshakes before each fixture in addition to bows, handshakes and rounds of applause after every match.

The Games saw one of the largest division 1 categories ever seen, with vast numbers of companies entering smaller teams consisting between 1-5 employees.

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Sample Okinawan beach

Overall, the feedback so far has been incredible and there is a real buzz surrounding the Games in Okinawa which was a completely new type of event for the Island. Okinawa is renowned for its beautiful scenic views and fantastic world-class beaches which made the Games that little bit more special. However, the Games also highlighted the quality sporting venues, spaces and facilities which the Japanese island has to offer.

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AIG were again winners of the Sport For Life Grand award and were highly visible in their bright Blue shirts across the weekend.  Here their Ten Pin Bowlers show their pride and unity in the Games.

The Grand Parade was well attended again for all of the divisions and the famous tennis ball hit out was very popular with two local Mayor’s and the Chief executive of OTS launching the balls into the expectant crowds. Winners received gifts from the famous Japanees sports brand Mizuno who were also one of the sponsors on the event.

 

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The celebrations and parties were incredible too with a host of amazing artists booked to perform for the excited competitors.

Alice and Diamantes were just two of the immensely popular entertainers in attendance.

Congratulations to everyone who took part over the weekend, it was yet another great weekend to bring people together.  It boosted community cohesion, put the Island on the international map and brought people together from all walks of life. Watch this space for news and updates on future Games around the world. If you are looking to get involved in next years Okinawa Corporate Games you can contact the team below and they will be more than happy to help you!

Email: okinawa@corporate-games.com

Telephone: +81-98-859-2580

 

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The World Corporate Games is coming to the US for 2017!

 

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The Corporate Games World Headquarters is delighted to announce that the World Corporate Games will be returning to the USA in 2017!  After considering a number of great options, the impressive City of Houston, Texas has been awarded the Rights to Host the Games, which will be staged from the 16 – 19 November.

The inaugural World Corporate Games was staged in San Francisco in 1988 and a further two World Corporate Games followed in Concorde California and Hawaii in 1989 and 1990 respectively. Since then over 1 million Corporate athletes have represented over 26000 organisations in numerous Corporate Games around the globe in impressive Cities like London, Johannesburg, Moscow,  Mexico City and Kuala Lumpur to name a few. Houston, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States, boasts a population of nearly six million people and its reputation for hosting world-class, large-scale sporting events continues to grow. In February 2017, the eyes of the world will be tuned in to Houston for Superbowl LI, which will attract over 100 million viewers and over 1 million visitors to the City.

Janis Burke, CEO of Harris County – Houston Sports Authority said “We are honored to welcome thousands of athletes from across the globe for the World Corporate Games.  Houston is a multicultural city with rich international ties and true Texas hospitality. Our goal is to make the World Corporate Games 2017 the best in the history of the event.”

The proposed sport programme will offer over 20 sports, including Worldwide Corporate Games Community favourites such as: Soccer 6’s & 11’s, Golf, Tennis and Dragon Boat racing, as well as being complemented by a variety of popular local sports, such as: Kickball and Stand-Up Paddle Boarding.  The sports programme incorporates a great mix of sports for everyone regardless of their sporting ability and it will offer genuine business opportunities and fun for everyone involved.

Doug White – Global Partnership Director at the Corporate Games Headquarters commented, “We’re extremely excited to be bringing our flagship event to Houston in 2017, it is a fantastic city with a dynamic business community and great sports facilities. Houston will be the 5th Corporate Games in the US calendar for 2017 and promises to be one the biggest World Corporate Games ever.”

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George R. Brown Convention Center 

The US Corporate Games Team is working actively with the Harris County Sports Commission to finalise the venues and engage with local businesses in the area.  The US Team intend to leverage the George R. Brown Convention Center (GRB) as the hub of most of the Corporate Games activities, including the SuperCentre Celebration and the Grand Parade of Athletes. With 1.2 million square feet of exhibition, registration and meeting space, the GRB ranks among the 10 largest convention facilities in the USA making it the perfect meeting and focus point for the Games.

Contact the Games office now to register your interest.

For more information on hosting a Corporate Games in the US please contact Kurt Aichele: kaichele@uscorporategames.org.

 

 

 

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Health @ Work is the newest sponsor for the Europe Corporate Games 2016

 

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We’re proud to announce that Health @ Work will be an official sponsor of the Europe Corporate Games Lhealth_at_work_logoiverpool 2016. We’d encourage any of our previous participants to look in to Health @ Work as this organisation has a genuine commitment to continually improving the health of workforces across the country.

Health @ Work is a registered independent charity based in Liverpool that aims to promote health and well-being in the workplace by delivering resourceful and informative training workshops to businesses of all sizes. Since it was established in 1990, Health @ Work has championed the cause of  workplace health and was ahead of it’s time in many respects. The charity works with businesses of all sizes and across all fields and sectors throughout the country, delivering training on a variety of health, safety and well-being topics, including: First Aid at Work, Fire Awareness, Customer Care and Absence Management.

The Workplace Wellbeing Charter

Health @ Work issues a health, safety and well-being awards based upon an organisations ability to show dedication to their charter, rewarding those companies that make the biggest efforts to improve well-being standards in the workplace. Health @ Work supplies charters to organisations as a mechanism to monitor and support the creation of healthier and more successful, safer workplaces. Each charter is motivated by leadership, culture and communication and can be supplied to an organisation in 3 different levels depending upon the amount of commitment and the respective level of priority agreed.  Health @ Work’s aims and objectives are have a direct synergy with some of the outstanding outcomes associated with involvement in the Corporate Games so there was an immediate opportunity for collaboration and mutual support.

For more information on Health at work, please visit their website here

Or for any more information on the Europe Corporate Games coming to Liverpool next year, visit out website here. Alternatively, get in contact with us here:

Email: info@corporate-games.com

Number: (01733) 380 888

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World Corporate Cup 2016 is coming soon!

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The World Headquarters of the Corporate Games and the World Corporate Cup Team is delighted to announce that the 9th World Corporate Cup of Soccer will be staged at Goodison Park, home to Everton Football Club.

The World Corporate Cup of Soccer will be staged on a prime weekend just after the close of the Premier League season, with the event taking place from the 20 -22 May. After previous successes at different Clubs around the country, we are proud to announce that this year we will be hosted by the Blue side of Merseyside. So this is your chance to play on the pitch graced by the legendary Dixie Dean, Gary Lineker and Andy Gray as well as all of the modern day heroes. Enjoy the terrific atmosphere at the SuperCentre Celebration during registration and the Closing Awards, where the winners are congratulated and awarded. This year, the Cup weekend coincides with the FA Cup final, so we will also be screening this showpiece spectacle as part of our programme on the Saturday for those that wish to see it.

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If you have taken part in the World Corporate Cup of Soccer before, you will know that it is the ultimate festival of football and friendship and not to be missed. Once again this year you have the option of entering a team in to the 6s or 11s competition (for men, women and over 30’s) to compete against businesses and teams from all over the country and further afield across Europe. Entry is open to all organisations of any size with each organisation eligible to enter one or as many teams as desired into any of the events. Each team can be made up of employees and colleagues as well as clients, family and friends.

The World Corporate Cup of Soccer provides the fantastic opportunity to take part in a huge sporting competition which brings people together for a great weekend of fun. The World Corporate Cup of Soccer is always a great experience for everyone who takes part but in addition, the Cup is fantastic at building employee confidence and loyalty as well as helping to integrate management and the workforce at every level. It provides the fantastic opportunity to reach new clients, new business and customers through the love of sport. Its one of the best investments your organisation will make!

You can enjoy the ambiance of Everton whilst playing against teams like like Vodafone Romania, Urals Club from Russia and Athletic Club Bilbao from Spain, as well as playing against local regulars like Green Apple Developments, Exedy Clutch Europe and Shop Direct!

Team entry numbers are limited and are restricted to a first come, first served basis in order to guarantee all the teams the chance to play on the hallowed turf. We are expecting all the places to sell out again this year. So don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity, as we are working hard to make it a weekend to remember once more. Start forming your teams now to avoid disappointment and to enjoy the greatest football experience ever!

For a Brochure, Entry Form for 6s or 11s – or further information please email, telephone or write directly to the Corporate Cup World Headquarters.

Email:
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Telephone:
44 (0) 1733 380888

Fax:
44 (0) 1733 380890

Mail:
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It’s been a phenomenal year for the Corporate Games!

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2015 has been a fantastic year for us at the Corporate Games! We have managed to stage huge Games all over the world, from Stoke and Staffs to Sydney,Transylvania to Tokyo Each Games has been different but each has been a wonderful success in it’s own special way.

The Games has always sought to improve the health and wellbeing of staff from businesses of all shapes, sizes and sectors, and this year has been no exception. Your feedback has been brilliant and so motivating; we can clearly see the positive impact that the Games has made in the workplace to so many organisations around the world by encouraging employees to be active and take up sport whilst having a great time with your colleagues.

The year kicked off with a bang with a brand new Games in Asia. The Okinawa Corporate Games was a resounding success in its inaugural year.  The Corporate Games Team in Okinawa did an amazing job of organising and preparing the Games and it has to be applauded for the incredible welcome that they gave entrants from all across the world as well as the precision of the event delivery.  Hundreds of organisations across Japan fully embracing the Games and all it has to offer. The Games saw teams of all sizes come together for a weekend of fun and sporting competition, everyone had such a good time and this success has built a strong platform for the Games on the Island in 2016 and beyond.

In the UK, the summer was once again another huge season. With the World Corporate Cup of Soccer taking place in May in association with West Ham United FC at Upton Park and the UK Corporate Games taking place in June, hosted by Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Both events were hailed as hugely successful by the host destination and from all those who took part. Both weekends brought together organisations from all over the UK and across Europe and it was great to see so many existing and new businesses represented and having such a great time.  Furthermore, magnificent Games took place in Bucharest, Cape Town, Monterrey in Mexico, Istanbul and Annecy in France.

However, there were even more major events in the calendar for us this year, with the World Corporate Games in Mexico City and the Asia-Pacific Corporate Games in Tokyo, both events took place on the same weekend in November and highlighted the global reach of the Worldwide Corporate Games Community. We were delighted to see these Games were very well-attended after of all of the hard work that had gone in to both events and its was fantastic to see thousands of people from individual sole traders, right up to huge multi-national market leaders take part in the Games. Mexico City was an impressive host for the World Corporate Games but next year this prestigious Games will move to a different world-renowned City, so watch this space for the announcement of the next World Corporate Games. Also, due to the Success of the Asia-Pacific Corporate Games,   the Japanese Corporate Games Team have confirmed a 2016 Games in the Capital city once more.

November was arguably the biggest month in the Corporates Games calendar this year, or perhaps of all time. With the World Corporate Games and the Asia-pacific Corporate Games taking place at the same time, as well as the massive Australian Corporate Games.  Australia hosts three editions of the Corporate Games each year. In Queensland and New South Wales earlier in the year and then finally in November for the Melbourne edition. The Australian Corporate Games is always one of the best attended Corporate Games and it has regularly attracted up to 10,000 participants from hundreds of organisations across Australia and further afield.

On behalf of us all here at the World Headquarters of the Corporate Games, we would like to thank you all for your continued support and efforts in all of our Games around the world. This year has been another superb year on the Corporate Games calendar, and will be one to remember.

Thank you once again to all those who have taken part in the Corporate Games this year and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. We are looking forward to 2016 and all the new Games that have been scheduled around the world, so watch this space for updates in the new year and we hope to see you very soon. To all of you that celebrate, we wish you a great Christmas with all your family and friends and we hope you all have a happy and successful new year with many more to come.

 

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We’re gearing up for a huge Corporate Games weekend to remember!

 

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Mexico City Metropolitan Area

Mexico City was delighted to have delivered the successful bid to host the World Corporate Games 2015 and as the 6th largest city in the world and is a crucial cultural, financial and political centre. The Mexico Corporate Games team have been working hard since the announcement to make it a resounding success for local entrants and for those that have travelled across the Globe; the team have managed to secure the most athletes ever in Mexico for this edition of the Games, so it is sure to have a busy and international feel to it. Team AXA, Sodexo and Lloyds Banking Group are just a few of the teams that have secured their complimentary places in the Games having gained first place winners certificates in the UK Corporate Games 2015. Hundreds of other organisations from across Mexico and further afield like Israel and Istanbul are scheduled to take part and every sport on the programme is expected to be a real competition for the benefit of all taking part.

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Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, the Tokyo team have been working towards the first edition of the inaugural Asia-Pacific Corporate Games, which also takes place this weekend. With over 8,000 entrants confirmed from a vast array of organisations, the Tokyo team have done a fantastic job at securing businesses from across Tokyo, mainland Japan and overseas to take part.  Vodafone UK (who signed up to enter 300 entrants in the Europe Corporate Games Liverpool 2016 this week) are just one of the overseas organisations competing in the Basketball in Tokyo and hopefully this will be a wonderful competition for everyone involved. Tokyo is an extremely advanced and modern City and it is sure to be a great host City for the Games. The Tokyo Corporate Games team have managed to secure a number of venues that are located in the impressive Tokyo Bayside area.  This destination which will be home to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, so it will be exciting for our everyday athletes to have the opportunity to visit these great sporting facilities before the international athletes descend on the city in less than 5 years time.

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Good luck to everyone taking part this weekend, whether you are going to be in Mexico City or Tokyo we can assure you its going to be a great weekend to remember!

For any more information or details on future Corporate Games, please do not hesitate to contract us here at the World Headquarters at:

Email: info@corporate-games.com

Telephone: (01733) 380 888

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