B2B networking events throughout the UK take it underground in ping-pong matches modeled after the film 'Fight Club'

Fight Club

Ping-Pong Fight Club and Tsingtao beer are encouraging B2B businesses across the UK to practice some ping-pong diplomacy in a unique team-building event set to begin in the major cities of London, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Glasgow.

The event will feature competitive ping-pong with with the underground feel of the 1999- film Fight Club.

“We want to encourage all types of businesses, from start-ups to well established industry leaders, to get involved,” says James Wright, for Tsingtao Beer. “Tsingtao Beer is excited to partner with Ping-Pong Fight Club, because it's a world away from the usual team building, networking and corporate nights out.”

There are participation packages to suit every company’s budget, with a Rookie package for start-ups, to a Champions package for global brands.

“One of the best events in London - Ping-Pong Fight Club. And now it's going nationwide - and I hope Global! It's an awesome way of engaging your staff, meeting and networking with other great brands and of course having an ace night out. Ping Pong is the future and Ping-Pong Fight Club is our Delorean...Get involved!” Says Chris Field, CMO ,Yoti.

Proceeds from the night will be donated to the MEN’s ‘We Stand Together’ fundraiser supporting the families of those killed and injured in the recent Manchester Arena attack.

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