Royal Holloway, University of London, is set to host the UK Corporate Games this autumn at its 135-acre Egham campus from 1 to 4 September 2022.
The UK Corporate Games are Europe’s largest multi-sport festival for businesses. Companies of any size can enter and there are no restrictions on participants sporting ability. Every year thousands of participants represent hundreds of organisations in a weekend of unrivalled sports and celebrations. There will be over 20 sports available ranging from badminton and cycling, through to karting and tenpin bowling.
Professor Tracy Bhamra, Senior Vice-Principal for Student and Staff Experience at Royal Holloway, said: “We are delighted to be hosting the UK Corporate Games at Royal Holloway this year. We look forward to welcoming the competitors to our campus to make use of our fantastic sports facilities.
“The games are a great way to use health, well-being and some gentle competition to bring together local businesses across Surrey, helping to build and create partnerships that will help the county and the people who live here to thrive.”
Doug White, UK Corporate Games Director, said: “We are thrilled to have been given the opportunity to stage the UK Corporate Games at Royal Holloway, University of London and to host at their spectacular facilities. The excitement for the 2022 Games is rapidly building and we are looking forward to welcoming local businesses across Surrey. We will see thousands of participants representing hundreds of organisations in what promises to be a memorable event for everyone involved.”
There will be an opportunity for local businesses to learn more about the UK Corporate Games at the official launch of this year’s games on Wednesday 23 February 2022 between 6-8pm, in the Windsor Building at Royal Holloway’s campus in Egham. To book your attendance to the launch, please contact the UK Corporate Games directly by Friday 18 February 2022, by phoning 01733 838 444 or emailing London@corporategamesuk.com
The games offer corporate benefits for companies and their employees, including team building, brand visibility, promoting health and wellbeing in the workplace and improving staff morale.