Teams Building Events in Charleston
Since 1983, Venture Up has provided creative team building activities in Charleston, from our Amazing Race to Bike Building for charity event. We work with many firms in South Carolina, including Michelin, GE, Wells Fargo, Lockheed Martin, Verizon and Synntex. More than 250,000 execs have passed through our team courses, facilitating Venture Up in becoming the leading provider of corporate team building events. We work with people of all shapes, sizes and cultural backgrounds, and offer team events focused on diversity and inclusion. We also offer programs in Myrtle Beach, Greenville, Spartanburg and Charleston.
Venture Up staff return calls immediately and deliver proposals within a few hours. We work on short notice, or plan months ahead. You can expect us to handle the details and stay in touch, so you have the peace of mind and the freedom to tend to other matters of your team building event. Our aim is to exceed your expectations, and history shows we can.
About 80 percent of our team building business involves corporate clients, who prove that word of mouth is the greatest advertising. We also work with many government and non-profit groups; school districts, charities, and federal agencies, such as the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, and U.S. Special Forces.
Many of our team building clients are also winners of the J. D. Power & Associates Award — and J. D. Power & Associates itself is on our client list. Venture Up also has a long-standing track record working with Fortune 100 firms, and with people of all shapes, sizes, physical abilities and cultural backgrounds. Team Building groups range in sizes range from 8 to 1,000 or more. US Duns # 148821721
Charleston Team Building
5 Fun Facts about Charleston
- The first game of golf in the U.S. took place in Charleston, South Carolina.
- Pineapples are a symbol of hospitality in Charleston.
- Stephen Colbert grew up on James Island.
- Bike Builders for charity, is Venture Up's most popular team building items in Charleston.
- Charleston native Robert Mills designed the Washington Monument.