Let’s get healthy, happy and sustainable together

From blend-your-own smoothie bikes to calorie-free cupcakes, the Museum of Futures to a mind-mapping session, the Better Buildings Cup launched with a flurry of activity recently.

The Cup brings together 14 of Australia’s largest buildings, 150 companies and their teams in one competition to create happy, healthy, sustainable workplaces.

A big shout out to 100 Harris Street and Rhodes Corporate Park for hosting launch events that kick-started the competition.

The 10,000-strong workforce at Rhodes Corporate Park pedalled its way to scrumptious smoothies, while 100 Harris Street doled out delicious cupcakes to a team that has already signed-up up more than 100 players.

 

Check out our Instagram feed to see how fellow CitySwitch members are embracing the Cup challenge.

We can’t wait to see who will be crowned the winner in March 2020.



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