Introducing Stephanie: Orangeworks Newest Team Member!

The Orangeworks team is constantly growing. My name is Stephanie and as of July 2018, I am Orangeworks new UK Business Development Manager.

Having a personal interest in self-development as well as a passion for people and experiential events lead me to Orangeworks.

My Background

I have worked in the team building and team development arena since 2011 when I graduated from University of Glouchestershire with a 1st class BA (Hons) degree in Event Management.

One thing I pride myself on is my consultative approach with clients and building trust, rapport and good working relationships. I work to the highest standard and strive to create the best solutions to exceed my clients’ expectations.

I’m extremely excited to be back doing what I love again, helping to develop teams through fun, innovative and memorable event experiences with the world’s leading global team building products and brand.

I’ve always been a strong believer that people should be an organisation’s proudest and most respected asset. The culture and workplace of an organisation is becoming an increasingly important ‘hygiene’ factor for employees and team building plays a key role in this.

My passion and focus is to always help create a synergy in the teams and organisations I work with so 1 + 1 doesn’t equal 2 but rather 1 + 1 = 3.

What’s next?

I am excited to help guide organisations and clients through the plethora of avenues and approaches that can be taken to help foster a positive workplace culture and develop high performing, motivated teams.

I love to travel and see new places, trying the local food along the way. Being in the events industry, the opportunity to travel is always exciting. I hold a Guinness World Record for my tennis ball catching skills and I am currently training for my first half duathlon taking place this September! (Wish me luck!)

I look forward to connecting with old and new clients, partners and friends. I’m excited for my future with Orangeworks and eager to see what it holds.