Global Innovation Game

Generate new ideas to pitch and invest

45 minutes - 2 hours
Indoors
Competitive / Collaborative
18 - Unlimited

About

Global Innovation Game is a Dragon’s Den style team building exercise, which will have your team working together to design and pitch a brand-new product to ‘investors’ in the room – the investors being the entire audience! Gameplay begins when playing cards are dealt to each team, with everyone receiving a range tech, Data and Object cards. Then comes the creative part, where further playing cards encourage team members to be innovative and design their chosen Smart Object, Service or Tool. Each team must then pick their favourite idea to progress with and develop their two-minute pitch to be delivered to the entire room in true Dragon’s Den fashion. Gameplay comes to a close when teams invest with our banker, placing their fun-money down on the idea they like the most, helping find a winning team within the room based on final investment levels.

Learning Outcomes

This unique and engaging Dragon’s Den inspired team building activity has been developed in order to encourage us to take a small step back from our use of everyday tech devices and see things in a whole new light. Global Innovation Game allows your team to get back to basics, stimulates open discussion and conversation, and really gets to the heart of creation and innovation without the aid of search engines. This fun and rewarding event rewards those willing to push beyond the boundaries of their own imagination, and encourages creativity to the highest degree possible.

together apartRemote - Hybrid - Multilocation

This activity has been designed for face-to-face, remote, hybrid and multi-locational teams. If your team is working from home, in different regional office locations or in different countries ask us about the remote or hybrid version of this activity. Get in touch to find out how we can customise this experience for your team.

Related Testimonial

The Global Innovation Game is both fun, energising and really useful to get us all thinking and working in different ways and as part of mini teams. We all had such a good boost going back to our desks that afternoon and definitely got us thinking outside the box!

Shauna Callagy
Coyne Research

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