Chain Reaction ™

  • Team Factor 90% 90%
  • Creativity 75% 75%
  • Physical 25% 25%

Duurtijd 1 – 3 hours    Deelnemers 10 – 300 persons    Locatie 100% mobile

Keep the chain reaction alive.

Think of the following situation: a little ball rolling through a tube, hits a car, the car moves and topples over some video cassettes, the last video cassette falls on a switch, the switch activates a record player, etc. Exactly… a chain reaction.

Chain Reaction is a very creative team building event whereby the entire team works on one common goal, i.e. developing the longest and most creative chain reaction.

It is about cooperation and mutual consultation, rather than competition.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can participate?

A Chain Reaction team building session can accommodate groups of between 10 and 300 people.
Do you have more / fewer participants? Fill in the form, we would be happy to develop a creative solution.

Can anyone participate?

Off course! After all, that’s what team building is about!
Our Chain Reaction team building event focuses on cooperation and mutual communication,
and is not specifically technical. It appeals to almost everyone.

Can a Chain Reaction event be staged outdoors?

Chain Reaction events can be staged outdoors providing the weather is perfect: completely wind free and no rain.

Obviously we cannot predict the weather, which is why you should choose a location that includes a large hall. If the weather is fine we can also set up our materials outside (on a lawn or terrace).

Where can a Chain Reaction event be organised?

Our Chain Reaction event is 100% mobile – we have organised these team building events throughout the country. We take our materials to the location / region of your choice! Obviously the location has to be suitable for such an event.

We bring quite a few materials. Please remember that the location/hall should be suitable for easy loading and unloading. Where upper floors are not accessible via a lift we must be notified in advance. We also require parking space for a large truck in the immediate vicinity of the location.

A Chain Reaction event requires access to a large room/hall, with a surface area of:

  • 16 – 40 participants : 100m² (or larger)
  • > 40 participants: 2.5m² per person (or more).

Chain Reaction is staged on rectangular tables, which should ideally be 1.60 to 2.00 m long. Usually the tables are provided at the location.

If you are looking for an appropriate location in your area why not take a look at the locations we regularly collaborate with. Obviously we can also use other event locations. A good place to start looking is www.dnls.be.

 

How long does a Chain Reaction event take?

Chain Reaction is the background for an entertaining activity that takes approximately 2 hours.

However, it is possible to make it a brief but inspiring 1 hour session. If necessary Chain Reaction can be supplemented by another activity to occupy a longer period of time. For example, Chain Reaction is often combined with our VR Bomb dismantling or Haka session.

We require approximately 1.5 hours for assembly and the same for dismantling activities. We ensure that we arrive a good 2 hours before the event to prepare all the necessary materials. One and a half hour after the team building exercise we will have cleared up and the room will be vacant again.

What size should the location be?

A Chain Reaction event requires access to a large room/hall, with a surface area of:

  • 16 – 40 participants : 100m² (or larger)
  • > 40 participants: 2.5m² per person (or more).

Chain Reaction is staged on rectangular tables, which should ideally be 1.60 to 2.00 m long. Usually the tables are provided at the location.

We bring quite a few materials. Please remember that the location/hall should be suitable for easy loading and unloading. Where upper floors are not accessible via a lift we must be notified in advance. We also require parking space for a large truck in the immediate vicinity of the location.

How many teams do we create?

This depends upon the total number of participants, the size of the room, the table dimensions, etc. We usually work with teams of 4 to 7 people. You can organise the teams in advance (we communicate the size of the teams) or let the participants choose themselves.

How many tables should we provide?

The number of tables depends upon the size of the room, the number of participants and the table dimensions. You should allow for 1 table/team (4 to 7 people) plus a few tables for our materials (approximately 10 tables for 50 participants, 15 tables for 100 participants, 20 tables for larger groups).

Ask more information about the Chain Reaction.

  • Contactgegevens

Hello Yves and Mathias,

The reactions that I got were all extremely positive, this was also translated last night in the enthusiasm of everyone.

Some persons had also noted your enthusiasm, others were grateful for the subtle hints that were given during the activity.
The overload of materials was a bit overwhelming for most people (at least in the beginning).

Thank you and see you the next edition!

 

Kris - Barry Callebaut