BGA swipes ‘boring’ meeting out of bunker

Basten Greenhill Andrews adopted an alternative approach to its annual summer meeting this year, with the injection of ‘a bit of fun into proceedings’ to counteract previous ‘boring’ meetings.

Traditionally used to address subjects including company figures, new business wins, general developments and staff appointments, this year’s event adopted a village fête theme, ‘bringing a touch of the rural/ rustic to the City’, according to one member of staff.

With the office kitted out in bunting, balloons and grass, attractions included a maypole and an interactive tombola whereby managing director Tim Greenhill explained certain company issues depending on which envelope was drawn.

There was also a beer tent and putting green, plus the appearance of Kezia Carter as Mystic Kez and George the doorman as the village crier.

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