Now Dublin has its delights, historic buildings, the Book of Kells, visiting the home of Guinness and Jameson’s Distillery and of course the legendary ‘craic of Temple Bar. There is however much more to Ireland than the country’s capital through which the River Liffey passes on its way to the Irish Sea.
In March 2020 our world went into a massive holding pattern when the pandemic hit. Everything stopped, and our world changed, forever.
As we start to emerge, many organisations, business leaders, delegates and incentive participants have been taking stock. They are thinking about what is important and what is not and what really needs to change from our ‘before’.
Monday 19th July 2021 or ‘Freedom Day’ as it will now be known in the UK, was a monumental moment for us all. Or so it was expected it to be!
Looking forward to returning to the office, getting together with friends and family, enjoying a drink in the pub with colleagues or planning a trip abroad, Freedom Day was the day all of this became possible in our lives once again.
This time in 3 weeks, the Olympics will commence! What better way to celebrate it than a team Olympic Challenge to get everyone together, boost wellbeing, have a laugh, motivate teams and celebrate the world’s most renowned sporting competition.
That is exactly what Destin8 have been working on this week with one of our clients and what fun it is going to be!
Choosing a destination for an incentive travel programme historically has been somewhere outside of the UK, somewhere with sunshine, a beach, great choice of activities and nightlife, and the like. The glitz and glamour of Dubai, the skyscrapers of The Big Apple, the snow-covered slopes of Whistler, but now it’s time for the UK to showcase the incredible destinations that lies within its shores.
Everything has changed, nothing has changed. Without doubt our world is different, the world of work is different, and it has yet to settle. A few months ago the conversation was all about remote working, closing down offices and the impact on the various sectors such as retail and hospitality in the centres of our large cities.
The impact of the pandemic has changed so much in our lives.
As we emerge from Covid we look at how the shape of Group Incentive Travel will change to reflect not only the impact of the pandemic but also our changed view of ourselves and the world in which we live.