TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES, INCENTIVES, EVENING EVENTS SUPPLIER
“Team Nature: Sustainable Event Designer’ goes beyond our activities and events.
Together we have decided to change the world, one step at a time, at a local level and with kindness. We have revolutionised our activities by rethinking, recreating, changing and optimising our events and our approach in the interests of sustainability.
It is very important to us to prove our commitment through strong, meaningful partnerships. In 2020 we were the first French VSE to join the United Nations Global Compact movement. Our team selected eight SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) responding to the economic, environmental and social challenges of today in order to create a future for generations to come.
In 2021, Team Nature: Sustaine Event Designer re-imagined our organisational structure to create a new sustainable lateral management structure throughout our operations (head office, warehouses, events etc.). In 2022 we are proud to announce that we received official AFNOR ISO 20121 certification for operating in the events sector. “
Team building : The Eco-motive©
Built in the Team Nature’s creative space, this new team building solution has everything to lure you! Made with recycle materials, the Eco-motive© is a creative and sporty challenge in which each participant reveals his own talents in his team.
At the beginning of this year, it’s time for new wishes!
Take advantage of 2012 to plunge into the NTIC: Perfect association of work and pleasure using IPad 2.
… Your seminar in the middle of a ski resort in a 3 stars hotel in single rooms from 9,8 €* per hour and per person.
Federate your team, reward your custumers or your VIPs in the Southern Alps, a high environmental site at 90 minutes from Nice airport and only 3 hours from Paris…
In the name of making money with the protection of environment, some green specialised companies are offering some strange activities.
Among them, let’s take for example the “famous” rubbish collection. And why not while we are at it, why don’t we clean the common areas?