LinkedIn has announced it will once again be sponsoring this year’s Dell Technologies Management Challenge.
The world’s largest professional network will be returning to Bannau Brycheiniog (Brecon Beacons National Park) in June for the adventure race that aims to help develop management and team performance.
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Businesses and organisations looking to develop and invest in their leadership teams should consider enrolling them onto a thrilling challenge with a difference.
Unlike traditional team building activities, the Dell Technologies Management Challenge sees teams of six take part in an exciting adventure race to bring them closer together, learn more about themselves and enhance their leadership ability.
They’ll also spend time networking with major corporates and key decision makers and become inspired to push boundaries through an exciting keynote speech from adventurer and endurance athlete, Sean Conway.
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We’re delighted to confirm that the Dell Technologies Management Challenge will return for 2024 between Thursday 6 – Saturday 8 June in 2024.
We can’t wait to bring you another exciting weekend of adventure racing in the beautiful Bannau Brycheiniog National Park, so we’re getting in touch to share some exciting updates on the 2024 event (which is opening soon!)
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The Adventure Race stages for the 2023 Dell Technologies Management Challenge have been unveiled!
The adventure race will kick start on Saturday 10 June with an all-new mountain biking stage, taking in the stunning woodland and reservoir of Talybont-on-Usk, a village in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
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We have been closely monitoring the situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and the guidance issued by the Government, whilst making arrangements to ensure a safe event experience should the ban on public gatherings be lifted ahead of the 2020 Dell Technologies Management Challenge weekend on 11th to 13th September.
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Cardiff Business School will be at the centre of an action-packed weekend of physical team challenges in the Brecon Beacons at the Dell Technologies Management Challenge later this week.
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We’re excited to announce that our performance clothing partner, Aussie Grit Apparel, are sponsoring our Mountain Run and Bike Sprint Challenges over the weekend. As the company is the brand-child of former Australian F1 driver Mark Webber, they cannot wait to see your best times!
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Leading events delivery organisation, Run 4 Wales, has now added the innovative Dell Technologies Management Challenge to its portfolio of world class mass-participation events.
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Dell EMC has extended its partnership and sponsorship of the annual Management Challenge, run by CEO and founder Hywel Loveluck, who said:
“We are very grateful for the support of the senior leadership at Dell EMC over the last 4 years and their involvement in evolving the format in to such a unique event. We look forward to working with Claire Vyvyan and Dayne Turbitt and their leadership teams, with our clients, our associate sponsors that include Microsoft Office, LinkedIn, Ordnance Survey, Secureworks, RSA, VMware, our channel partners and customers of Dell EMC, to continue delivering this fantastic event”.
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