Corporate Kidnap team building activity

The Corporate Kidnap activity is perfect for teams with a lower level of physical activity as all teams work towards a common goal and do not compete against each other in order to rescue their kidnapped staff member.


Teams must solve clues and work together to locate their missing staff member before time runs out. This event can be held in an office setting or in the city, tailored to suit the needs of the team.


What happens during the Corporate Kidnap team building activity?

Teams will be decided by the event facilitator and each member of each individual team will be given a specific role to help rescue their missing staff member.


In order to complete the Corporate Kidnap activity and find their missing staff member, teams must complete activities such as interrogating witnesses at the local shopping centre.


This activity allows teams to explore their city at a slow pace as it is not a competition and teams are not racing against each other. This removes pressure from the activity and allows individuals to feel more comfortable participating with their colleagues.



Minimum to Maximum number of people: 5-100

Ideal Time Size: 3-8 people per team

Duration: 1-4 hours


Next Steps


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Activity Details
  • Indoor + Outdoor
  • 1-4 hours
  • $$
  • Daytime
Number of People
  • 0-20, 20-40, 40-60, 60-80, 100+
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