A company offsite in Montreal takes your team to the Hochelaga Archipelago, a cluster of 234 islands in southeastern Canada.
In this contemporary yet spirited city, your employees can marvel at the French-colonial heritage, beautiful architectural styles and cobblestone streets of the Old Town and interact with a cheery community of french-speaking locals.
Montreal is a vibrant modern metropolis, bespeckled by subtle nods to a proud colonial heritage. A walk through the streets takes you past beautiful historical landmarks and bustling markets with hundreds of eager vendors.
Scratch deeper beneath the surface, and you'll find a bunch of exciting team activities: climb the masts of royal ships at the outdoor adventure park, improve your cooking skills with a cookery course or take a spooky ghost tour—take your pick!
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“Mixing surf and socialization creates a better balance in working together and getting things done.”
“Facilities like Surf Office offer the benefits of an office environment while also providing a place to sleep, have fun and interact with colleagues.”
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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