The Elifar Challenge 2019 is about having fun whilst battling it out with property industry peers for the coveted Elifar Foundation trophy. The annual fixture pits up to 24 teams against each other in a day full of mental and physical challenges. On the day, teams of seven people compete in a range of activities, such as tug of war, laser clay pigeon shooting, water polo, volleyball and table tennis. Other activities have included replicating a Picasso painting whilst wearing a blindfold and building an egg-throwing trebuchet, which required the teams to work really closely together.
Enter a team in the Challenge
This is a fantastic team-building event and anyone can take part. The successful teams combine sporting prowess with skills at mind and logic games and can include company employees or a mix of staff and clients.
The Challenge is a fantastic day out, offering great opportunities for team-building and a relaxed networking day with people from across the retail property industry.
Who takes part?
The Challenge was launched in 1999 and many retail property firms enter a team year after year. It also continues to attract new teams from across the property industry and the last few years have seen teams of agents, landlords, retailers, architects and lawyers compete for glory on the day. The 2019 Challenge will host 24 teams and many firms have already signed up. Read more about what the competitors think to see what it’s all about or take a look at photos from the latest Challenge days
Last year the participating teams included Savills, CBRE, M&G, Lunson Mitchenall, Capital & Regional, Land Securities, GCW, Hammerson, Fawcett Mead and Colman Architects.
The 2018 winners included:
Overall winners– GCW
Property Company Cup – Hammerson
Take a look at last year’s event
Find out more or Sign up as a Sponsor
To take part in the 2019 Elifar Challenge or to find our more about sponsorship opportunities please get in touch with one of our organisers by emailing either Ryan Kennedy at JLL or Richard Cripps at Lunson Mitchenall.