Turning a ‘we’ll give it a go’ client into a big fan
Walker Hill Chartered Accountants went from cautious clients to re-booking fans!
Walker Hill contacted us to discuss a possible End of Financial Year experience for their team. They are a vibrant, fun loving firm who are always looking for experiences that match their teams’ expectations
Experiences booked: Gatsby Gamble, A Game of Wines
What they were looking for
Walker Hill contacted us to discuss a possible End of Financial Year experience for their team. They are a vibrant, fun loving firm who are always looking for experiences that match their teams’ expectations.
What we did
After the initial enquiry, we visited them at their office to talk to them about what they were looking for. Over a coffee we found common ground and a deeper understanding of their team, their culture and expectations. From there we were able to recommend the right experience that would blow their team away. Once they had decided on the experience, we set about putting in place all the logistical elements to make it a seamless booking experience for them. We sourced the perfect venue for them that fit within their budget and requirements. This took pressure off the staff who were in charge of organising the event.
After the success of this event, they contacted us again 2019, looking for a similar outcome for their team. Given the established relationship and trust it was a matter of putting in place the right elements for another outstanding event!
In 2018, their team experienced The Gatsby Gamble at Cloudland in Brisbane. They arrived in full 1920s dress up which added to the immediate engagement of the team. With a cocktail style event, the team were playing their way to victory, having a few celebratory drinks and some nibbles around the action. Our staff were brilliant in drawing them into the gambling games and auctioning off the paintings. The team were left buzzing at the end.
In 2019, we engaged the team in a Game of Wines, our competitive wine tasting at the funky new venue City Winery. The team were able to compete, laugh and sabotage each other in the name of fun and winning! Again, the team had come together and formed deeper connections through fun and laughter.