The green, orange and white coloured construction shed could be seen from kilometers away: today DeFabrique is home to BAM’s Bouw en Vastgoed Nederland Conference. All employees were welcomed at this Experience Day, which was made possible in cooperation with D&B Eventmarketing. Getting to know your colleagues became the main theme of the day. After the opening statement, everyone got assigned a colour and each group followed its own programme. Guests experienced each other’s excitement, got to know each other a little bit better and took the opportunity to see a unique Home studio.
How do you turn a house into a home? BAM knows it is about more than just a few square meters. In May they launched Homestudios: physical houses that can make ideas come true. Your senses are the foundation of these homes. Starting in the Copraloods, guests got a real school trip feel when entering the bus to Utrecht. It was time for the employees to feel like a real insider. Homestudios is about dedicating specific rooms to specific desires and situations. Afterwards, all guests got the opportunity to design their own dream home. This wasn’t the end of the Experience Day, upon arrival at DeFabrique each groups was surprised by another exciting challenge.
We’ve been working with DeFabrique for a couple of years now and it has always met all expectations. You’ll feel stressless because they give advice and support throughout the process. Another great part of the cooperation is their hospitable, friendly employees who will keep on smiling and always want what is best for your guests.
BAM took connecting employees to the next level when the employees entered Loods 8, where a large escape room was created. Black boxes waited to be opened for an hour worth of excitement and challenges. The teams had to chain themselves to the boxes and the competition began. It turned out to be an hour full of creativity and puzzle challenges. Even for the ones who couldn’t crack the code to open the safe, a delicious BBQ made everyone smile. Doesn’t sound bad, right?
Fotography by: Twycer