Exciting new fun and games at the Big Logistics Diversity Challenge 2023
Preparations are well underway for this year’s Big Logistics Diversity Challenge and teams from participating organisations can look forward to 24 physical, mental and skill-based activities, including nine new challenges for 2023.
Designed to promote the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI), the fun and games feature favourites such as the Haka, Walk the Plank and It’s a Knockout.
New challenges for this year include:
- Agents in Disguise will pit teams against the clock to find hidden props to assume the guise of named characters – from a gardener to a juggler – and take a selfie/photograph.
- A lateral thinking conundrum, Dead Letter Box will see teams solve a sequential puzzle to retrieve a locked cash box.
- Balance and poise are paramount for Last One Standing, where competitors stand on an inflatable and have to successfully jump the sweeper arm.
- Game Show Bonanza combines two television classics – Blankety Blank and Catchphrase – for the ultimate quizzing contest.
- Archery, Laser Clay Shooting, Space Hopper Basketball, Blindfolded Face Painting and a Quad Bike Obstacle Course complete the line-up of new activities.
The Big Logistics Diversity Challenge (BLDC) is organised by multi-media specialists Nimble Media Ltd and is specifically designed to promote the importance of EDI and how diversity can be tackled collaboratively and collectively through physical, mental and skill-based team-building challenges.
The event is an opportunity for organisations to share best practice, network and help shape a more inclusive sector, while recognising and rewarding employees with an adventurous day of fun.
Vicky Binley, Director of Nimble Media Ltd, says: “The Big Logistics Diversity Challenge is growing in popularity with organisations keen to demonstrate their commitment to inclusion and diversity in the workplace.
“Participants can expect an action-packed, fun-filled day underpinned by the key message that an inclusive culture where everyone belongs, can be their true self and reach their full potential has proven benefits for individuals and employers.
“In response to feedback, some favourite challenges are being revived and the nine new ones added for 2023 promise to test teams’ problem-solving, collaborative approach, concentration and communication.”
Nimble Media is once again partnering with Talent in Logistics to stage this year’s BLDC at Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire, on 22 June. As in previous years, the 2023 chosen charity is international development organisation Transaid.
More than 300 industry personnel have already signed up to participate, but there is still time for organisations to enter a team.
For more information about taking part in The Big Logistics Diversity Challenge, call to speak to a member of the team on 01780 432930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org