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From Tuk Tuk races in Thailand to snowboarding in Iceland, a CEO who plans corporate retreats says many firms are ditching offices for team-bonding trips

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

A group of employees pictured in Gstaad, Switzerland.
Sean Hoff, Moniker
Many companies are sticking to remote work even as the world emerges from the COVID-19 crisis.
For some, the lack of overheads means they can pay for corporate retreats instead.
The CEO of Moniker, which has planned retreats for Uber and Amazon, says demand is soaring.
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Ever imagined yourself Tuk Tuk racing across Thailand with your boss? Or zipping across the French Riviera with your colleagues? While some workers may be wary, others consider it to be the perfect...
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