FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Nowadays, team-building activities are all the rage, especially among corporations seeking ways to ramp up teamwork. While the concept isn't new, South Florida corporations have recently turned to the innovative QQuest Escape Games and Think Escape Games as a popular way to boost their productivity.
Since nearly 80 percent of business leaders believe they have a significant engagement and retention issue, as reported by Forbes, it's no wonder the need for teamwork enhancement is on the rise. By 2025, millennials will make up 75 percent of the global workforce, Forbes has reported. And what makes the next generation want to stay with their organization? They want bosses who take an active role in coaching them, closing the gap of employee-to-boss relationships.
QQuest Escape Rooms (Pompano Beach, FL) and Think Escape Games (Fort Lauderdale, FL) are live-action team-based games where players are locked in a room and work together to solve puzzles in order to escape before the clock runs out.
"We specialize in team-building experiences, but with a thrill that really, really invigorates people and gets their creative problem-solving skills flowing," says Greg Kormendi, founder of QQuest Escape Games in Pompano Beach and Think Escape Games, in Fort Lauderdale. "Collaboration, team communication and building trust are all integral components of what makes a business successful. When booking a game with us, people come out with a bonding experience like no other."
Companies and organizations such as Citrix, Toyota, Sun Trolley, Royal Caribbean, Fresh Point, Macys, Boomers, and the City of Coconut Creek, respectively, have held corporate team-building days at QQuest Escape Games and Think Escape Games.
Originally from Hungary, the country largely credited for catapulting escape rooms into a worldwide phenomenon, Kormendi is the son of a Hungarian garage inventor. He spent his childhood tinkering alongside his father and making elaborate traps to catch his friends. QQuest and Think Escape Games are the direct results of Kormendi's passion for masterminding puzzles.
Escape rooms are the new U.S. gaming trend. Close to 1,4000 escape rooms are housed in 277 cities and 53 countries, an escape room-themed major motion picture is on the horizon, and MarketWatch reports that it is an "unbelievably lucrative business". However, the key to success is its originality.
"When people work together outside their workplaces to play a game, to solve a puzzle, they will end up bonding and forming a stronger team dynamic," said Kormendi. "Think of us as your playdate for corporate team-building success."
To book your escape room session at QQuest Escape Games in Pompano Beach (717 E Atlantic Blvd, Pompano Beach FL, 33060) visit www.qquestgames.com. To book your escape room session at Think Escape Games in Fort Lauderdale (2653 E Oakland Park Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306) visit www.thinkescapegames.com.
About QQuest Escape Rooms & Think Escape Games:
QQuest Escape Rooms (Pompano Beach, FL) and Think Escape Games (Fort Lauderdale, FL) are live-action team-based games where players solve puzzles, accomplish tasks and work together in a hands-on environment in order to escape the game in a set amount of time. Currently offering four rooms of unique unfranchised gameplay, escape gamers and corporate teams have the opportunity to stretch their minds in new and unique ways. Visit http://www.qquestgames.com/, http://thinkescapegames.com/ or call (954) 233-2663.
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