TBAE Team Building in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria and Durban
TBAE is a completely mobile team building facilitation company offering team building in South Africa including Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban as well as team building in the United States. We are able to facilitate our mobile team building themes at any suitable venue (provided the venue allows team building). In addition, we are also able to offer highly competitive venue hire, catering and accommodation packages at certain venues where we’ve previously hosted events.TBAE offers interactive team building activities that are adventurous, but safe. One of the best features of our activities is that everybody is able to participate, no matter their fitness level or physical abilities. We are able to accommodate pregnant ladies and those with disabilities (our client, the Disabled People of South Africa, selected us to facilitate the event at their annual conference). We have also facilitated numerous successful team building activities for schools. TBAE offers indoor and group team building activities, charity team building, escape room activities, outcome based team building and soft skills courses.
TBAE’s team building facilitators are all highly skilled, experienced facilitators who are committed to exceeding your expectations and making your next team building event the most memorable ever. We offer a vast array of team building exercises, both physical and mental, to enhance leadership, cooperation, resilience, goal setting, creative thinking, decsion making, problem solving, time management, teamwork, trust, communication and focus within your group...more about TBAE
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"On behalf of the team, I would like to extend my sincere thanks for a truly world class experience. It could not have gone any better and far exceeded any of my expectations leading up to it. I knew it was going to be fun but I was not able to foresee just how much of a blast it was going to be. Ian and the team really pulled out all the stops and made us feel very comfortable and prepared for each activity. Your team did an outstanding job and I sincerely hope our paths cross in the future once more. Thank you once again for giving us a really special year end!" Marco, Old Mutual Investment Group (Pty) Limited
We would like to thank you and especially your two hosts that facilitated the minute to win it team building on Friday. It was an absolute amazing success and James & Monde had our team in stitches and everyone had a wonderful time! We will definitely make use of your organization in future and thank you once again for assisting us!"
Elzane Maritz, ONE Insurance
"A quick note to say thanks for your flexibility today and that James and Tebogo were absolutely amazing. They had us in laughter, fun and with a few deep words of advice. I think we all loved them."
"I just wanted to give you feedback on the Minute to Win It event we held earlier today. It was fantastic! The team had such fun and if you could have heard the cheering! From the word “go” James and the team were full of energy and it really made all the difference to the event. The activities were fun and there was not a team member that did not want to get involved, everyone was excited to participate. I must say all in all it has been a wonderful experience dealing with TBAE."
Yu-Feng McConnachie, Sasol Group Services
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