There are few cities in Europe as iconic as Amsterdam. Where else could you hop aboard a rowing boat, drift down an inner-city canal network and sip on a cold glass of Amstel while listening to Bizzey?
A company retreat in Amsterdam, Holland's capital city, exposes your team to the many Dutch stereotypes, including flocks of cyclists and coffee shops that sell more than just coffee. Behind this clichéd exterior, however, lies an enchanting city steeped in history, art, music and culture.
There are so many group activities to try in Amsterdam that you'll be lucky to fit everything into your schedule.
The canal networks alone open up a variety of unique outdoor activities, from party boats to stand-up paddleboarding tours. While on land, you'll discover countless experiences like walking tours, bar crawls, go-karting, rock climbing and much more.
With 154 BRYTER employees now working remotely across the globe, the company faced a growing problem: How could they ensure their team chemistry and company culture remained intact while expanding so quickly? After all, this is a difficult enough problem for brick-and-mortar offices, let alone remote-first companies like BRYTER. So, how did they resolve this challenge?
Amun’s team of 45 entrepreneurs, engineers, and financial product developers came together in Mallorca for six days of bonding, hardwork and idea generation.
The most popular team building activities are surf lessons, SUP lessons and tapas night but there are plenty more to choose from.
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