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Ready to go head to head in the ever popular Business Challenge

BUSINESSPEOPLE across North East Lincolnshire will once again be preparing their game faces as they get ready to go head to head in the ever popular Business Challenge Event.

Ready to go head to head in the ever popular Business Challenge

Companies, organisations and business people from across the borough are being invited to take part in an afternoon of healthy competition, facing their rivals in a series of activities including archery and laser clay pigeon shooting.

The team-building event, now in its third year, is organised by The Business Hive Club and is becoming a summer highlight of the business calendar.

Sam Burgess, pictured, Business Hive manager, said: "This event is one of the must attend events of the year and is growing in popularity. Our aim has always been to bring different organisations together across the region and provide a fun, friendly but competitive day, where businesses can compete against local rivals for what will is now a coveted Business Challenge Cup."

"We already have several teams signed up with everything from larger organisations and smaller local businesses to 'all-star' teams created by groups of entrepreneurs. Each team must have a minimum of three people, and maximum of five."

This year the event is sponsored by Tower Staff Construction Ltd, who have entered two teams on the day!

The Business Challenge Event will be taking place in the grounds of The Oaklands Hall Hotel on Friday, September 15 from noon to 6pm. Buffet and refreshments are provided, and between the friendly rivalry, businesses will have the opportunity to network. The day will end with prize giving and the crowning of the Challenge Cup Winner.

Taking part in the Business Challenge Event costs £30 per person. Businesses can submit their team by calling The Business Hive on 01472 242667, or by visiting the Business Hive website at www.businesshive.net/businesschallenge.

News Courtesy: www.humberbusiness.com

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