A leading client hosting a multi-nationality event for associates from around the world wanted an event that incorporated global elements in everything from the décor to entertainment and cuisine. Sunset Getaways collaborated with Taj Hotels to create a ‘tour’ depicting the New Wonders of the World, with our creations providing the backdrop for international artist performances and delectable cuisine from the Taj.
Their Challenge: In 2006, WNS wanted an intensive team-building exercise for their teams in Mumbai, Delhi and Pune totaling more than700 staff members with a final group event in Goa.
Their Challenge: Standard Chartered Bank had the last day of its Goa conference to organize an innovative team-building activity for its 75 attendees as well as a sightseeing tour of Goa.
Our Solution: We combined the two and organized a treasure hunt that took all 75 through various parts of Goa on self-driven motorbikes and jeeps, with a sumptuous lunch at a spice plantation. The team spirit was taken up a notch with distinctive t-shirts representing the brand designed by Sunset Getaways for each group, creating a striking visual image as they explored Goa.
Their Challenge: McKinsey was looking for a fresh, unique team-building event that involved creativity, credibility and professional panache, for their annual company meet in Goa.
Their Challenge: Luxury brand LVMH wanted something extraordinary to attract Goa’s highest profiles to an event for TAG Heuer right in the middle of the peak season.
Our Solution: Sunset Getaways teamed up with TAG Heuer and its brand ambassador, Shahrukh Khan, to put together a sporting event that included beach volleyball and pool games.
The show saw the best guest list ever in Goa, becoming one of the most elite fun events of the year. It was covered by the local and national press and brought extensive publicity to the state.
Their Challenge: Despite exorbitant advertising rates during the cricket World Cup finals in Goa, Bacardi was faced with no space to publicize itself on the grounds or stands.
Our Solution: We devised a quick, effective, out-of-the-box solution. Several tickets in an optimal location were purchased for the final match. Seven models - each wearing t-shirts printed with one letter of the brand (B, A, C, A, R, D, I) – and a Goa brass band to cheer on the team were positioned in the seats.