Our Stock Market Challenge workshop is a fantastic trading simulation and there are loads of ways your business can get involved:

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Team Building

Perhaps your organisation needs a great internal team building activity for an Away Day or Conference? Then Stock Market Challenge fits the bill here too. For up to 150 staff we can deliver an inspiring, engaging and fun 3 hour session which can be broken up into sections for meals or other refreshments. It’s also adaptable for use around an awards ceremony or other annual activity. (As well as being fun, it also allows you to see how staff react under pressure – who takes risks and who pays attention to the world around them!

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Charity Fundraiser

Why not get us in to host a Charity Fundraiser for you? We turn up, deliver an amazing evening’s entertainment for you and your clients, you provide the venue and the refreshments, the auction prizes (if you’d like to) and select the charity partner of your choice and a great evening is guaranteed! Have a look at how we helped Arthur Rank Hospice raise £18,000 in 2015 and £19,000 in 2016! Have a look at how we helped Arthur Rank Hospice raise £18,000 in 2015 and £19,000 in 2016! £18,000 in 2015 and £19,000 in 2016!2016!2016!

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Working with education

How about sponsoring us to work with your local school or college and raise awareness of the finance industry and how to improve the skills students are developing in education? Your staff can support us on the day and they will be pushed outside their comfort zone whilst supporting young people. Here’s what HSBC got from sponsoring an event with 25 school teams at the University of Manchester: Here’s what HSBC got from sponsoring an event with 25 school teams at the University of ManchesterManchesterManchester:

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“Both events attracted outstanding feedback from students, teachers and clients. Our senior leadership team, who were co-incidentally in Jersey and joined us throughout the day, have been extremely complimentary about the event and have even enquired about rolling the concept our to our wider business.”

 

Rachelle Le Corre, Ashburton Investment Group