Arranging fun days for your business requires a lot of planning and decisions. While the fun days themselves might be a whole lot of fun, actually creating the fun days is a stressful experience. If you are considering arranging a fun day for your business, you might find yourself considering when are the best times of the year to host fun days.
While there isn’t one best time of the year to host a fun day, there are some periods in the year when hosting a fun day is a good idea.
Fun days: hosting in the summer is a good idea
For the majority of fun days, brilliant weather is pretty much crucial. With corporate fun days often taking place outdoors, such as our day fairground fun day or barbecue fun day, it is crucial that these are conducted while the weather is good. Although the weather can be good at all times throughout the year, you cannot guarantee the weather is going to be good at any other time in the year. While you cannot 100% guarantee that the weather will be good throughout the summer, you can say with some degree of certainty that the weather will be better than any other time of the year during the summer.
Fun days: hosting in the winter is great for some events
If you were considering arranging fun days as a kind of end of year reward for your employees, hosting a fun day in the winter could definitely be a good idea. In fact, some of our best fun days are designed to be specifically hosted in the winter due to the fact that winter is one of the biggest times for fun days to be hosted.
We have a wide range of fun days, such as our end of year awards night fun days and our winter themed fun days. These events are perfect for the end of the year, making winter one of the best periods for hosting your big event.
Fun days: Autumn celebrations are a good idea
Hosting an event in the winter or the summer is a good idea, but both of these periods are often very busy for all types of businesses, especially when it comes to businesses that are selling products or services to customers. Typically, business in the summer and winter are busier than other periods of the year, depending on the type of business.
If your business finds that the summer and the winter are normally two of the busiest periods of the year, arranging your event to take place in autumn might be a better idea. After the busy winter and summer, autumn will be significantly quieter therefore allowing you to commit more time to create the perfect event.