Glasgow, like much of Scotland, is utterly magical and packed with lots to see and do. The city is bursting with interesting experiences, annual celebrations, and friendly—if not difficult to understand—locals.
When you travel to Glasgow for a team-building retreat, you'll encounter a stunning cityscape comprised of 19th-century Victorian architecture and Instagramable art installations. But it's the people that make Glasgow truly special. In fact, this unique community of straight-talking (yet welcoming) Scots led Glasgow to be named one of the friendliest cities in the world.
Although Glasgow is smaller (and perhaps a little wetter) than London, this doesn't mean it's lacking character. In fact, this larger-than-life city is jam-packed with personality, things to do and must-see landmarks.
There's a lot about Glasgow that makes it special, not least its contributions to the world of music which led the city to be named "A City of Music" by UNESCO. The city is also renowned for its well-preserved historical buildings, unique art murals, and its wide selection of group activities and interesting events.
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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