Cold Case is a brand new ‘hands-on’ team building event, where participants spend the afternoon re-investigating an unsolved murder case…A Cold Case.
The event begins with a briefing by the ‘Head of the Cold Case Unit’, where everybody is informed about an unsolved case from the 70s.
Case archives and evidence (with genuine artefacts from the 70s) will be delivered to the group and it’s down to teams to look through the box of evidence, case notes and police statements, then using cutting edge tools and techniques (that were not available during the original case) teams will try to FINALLY put this case to rest.
Tools and Techniques available for teams to use – if they wish…
Hair and Fibre Analysis, Blood Identification and DNA Profiling, Advanced Fingerprint Dusting, Analysing Police Statements and Case Notes, Ageing Photos
This is a very practical event – where teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving skills will be put to the test. It’s down to teams to strategically manage themselves to ensure that by the end of the event they can prove what happened over 30 years ago – by evidence and facts.
Cold Case is one of our mobile events that can be set up in most hotels and venues around the country and it is run by former Police Officers, Chief Inspectors and Forensic Scientists to ensure it’s as realistic as possible.
For more information on this event click here.
Organise the ultimate team building event that will truly stand out from the crowd! This brand new, RECORD BREAKING event is totally unique from any other team building activity, providing a memorable experience for everybody involved, and offers employees the opportunity to be the World’s Best.
‘The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Challenge’ is a great way of creating anticipation and generating a buzz at a conference or team building event and the challenges are World Records that employees can practise in the office and at home (so that on the day participants can give a World Record Breaking performance).
Actions speak louder than words – so check this clip out…
Click here for more information on The GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Challenge.
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For the past eight years, the Chillisauce clan have been based in Carnaby Street, happily working away in one of the most iconic streets in the world. But as our company grows, our office space shrinks, so the time has come to bid farewell to ol’ Carnaby Street and move onto bigger and better things in our new offices on Wells Street.
In preparation for our move, we’ve put our heads together and come up with some seriously cool interior designs to reflect our Chillisauce style. If you want to come and see them, then pop by for a cake and a cuppa in the new year. We’re always happy to see you.
Our new address is:
79 Wells Street
London W1T 3QN
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Imagine you are a first time home buyer and stumble across the perfect house thinking ‘Ooh, we can just about afford that’ Yet it’s not until you’re half way through buying the thing that you start realising the extent of the extra costs… stamp duty, house insurance, mortgage, contents insurance, water, council tax etc etc…all you wanted was a house!
At Chillisauce, we understand that money matters, so if you’ve not booked a team building event before or you’re unsure sure how much it will cost, we’ve been tinkering in the Chillisauce invention shed and created a teambuild-o-meter to show you exactly what you can get for your cash.
We’re hoping it will help you to plan and manage your event budget for 2011. Give us a call on 0207 851 1257 or click here to chat about your event requirements.
The Chillisauce teambuild-o-meter
- Half day teambuilding activity out of the office with no venue requirements. From £1700 + VAT
- Half day teambuilding activity out of the office including a venue for half day meeting and all catering. From £3000 + VAT
- Full day teambuilding activity out of the office including a venue and all catering. From £3,500 + VAT
- All the above with a facilitator on event and pre/post event work to bespoke the activities and address and review specific business objectives From £4,500 + VAT
For details on Leisure Statistics visit leisurestats.com
Being an events company, we’ve been eating, breathing and sleeping Christmas parties since June, when you, our dear clients began booking them. So now that December is nearly here and it’s almost time for the team to attend our own Christmas party, everyone seems a tad nonchalant and in need of some festive rouse.
In attempt to make it all feel brand new again, I got the team to answer some questions about the good, the bad and the ugly of Christmas…
What is your most embarrassing Christmas party moment ever?
Matt Curran – Having my head shoved into the a Christmas cake
Vicki Wren – Don’t know, I tend not to remember much about Chillisauce Christmas Parties….(in a good way)
Steve Gallagher – Waking up alone on the floor of the office the following morning wondering how on earth I ended up back there.
William Bicknell – Having a tantrum before we even got there as the brakes had frozen on the car and I was not allowed to open my presents until afterwards – I was 8.
Victoria Phillips – Embarrassed? If I can’t remember, it didn’t happen.
Claire Becker – Dressing up as a giant Christmas tree when everyone else went as sexy santa girls
What is your favourite part about Christmas?
Claire Johnson – Lots of partying and everyone is in the mood for being sociable and going out. I’m not very good at sitting still, so I love it!
Suzy Skehan – Christmas lunch with family and eating about 25 roast potatoes and an enormous pile of stuffing!
William Bicknell – Port and Stilton
Steve Gallagher – Shopping and Cinema on Christmas Eve always gets me in the Christmas spirit.
Vicki Wren – Over indulging and catching up on all the gossip with my friends and family back home.
Karna Casey – All the pretty lights and decorations and presents! Oh and the movies.
Claire Becker – All the Christmas specials on TV with a M+S melt in the middle chocolate pudding
Isabel Gwynder-Lewis – Waking up and finding out Santa claus has been!!
What is your most dreaded part of Christmas?
Matt Curran – Buying the presents
Vicki Wren – Getting back on the plane with January blues, feeling sick from all the chocolate I have eaten over the past 2 weeks!
Claire Johnson – My credit card bill!
Suzy Skehan – running round on Christmas Eve buying last minute presents.
William Bicknell – The washing up
Karna Casey – Buying presents, I stress too much about not buying enough for everyone.
Isabel Gwynder-Lewis – Having to eat Christmas pudding (I’m sure they don’t force feed you Isy!)
Victoria Phillips – Hangovers on Boxing Day.
Steve Gallagher – The moment you take the meat out of the oven – the whole of Christmas day rests on that moment!