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June 2019 : Accueil & Amitié x Tourisme Montréal

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Challenge: To design a team-building activity that reflects the mission of Tourisme Montréal (= WELCOMING) as well as the interests of their 80 employees.

Context: The employees of Tourisme Montréal have 2 key things in common - they are truly passionate about their city, and like many of us, they don’t have enough time to enjoy the city they love.

What we did: We offered the Tourisme Montréal team a chance to share their passion for Montreal by becoming tour guides for new Montrealers. Imagine two tourist buses filled with 65 employees and 45 new Montrealers aged 3 weeks to 63 years, from Bangladesh, Nigeria, Syria and more.

Thanks to the generosity of Tourisme Montréal’s many tourism partners, we visited the Oratoire St. Joseph, Saint Viateur bagel, the Belvedere Kondiaronk and Old Montreal: the team got to see the city through the eyes of their new friends, and their guests got a taste of what Tourisme Montréal’s core value: making people feel welcome here.

This project would not have been possible without the collaboration of our friends at the YMCA Residence and Welcome Collective!

Défi : De concevoir une journée d’équipe pour les 80 employés de Tourisme Montréal, le 18 juin 2019, en prenant en compte les valeurs de la compagnie + les intérêts de leurs employés.

Contexte :

Ce que nous avons fait : L’équipe de Montréal Tourisme va dévouer sa journée de team-building à partager notre passion pour Montréal avec les nouveaux arrivés et aux demandeurs d’asile qui ont choisi Montréal comme leur nouvelle demeure, en partenariat avec la Résidence YMCA et WeDoSomething Mtl.

We designed ACCUEIL + AMITIÉ, a day that transformed Tourisme Montréal’s employees into tour guides for people who are new to the city. We worked with the Tourisme Montréal employees to co-create a day that would do them good,

Nous cherchons à leur offrir le meilleur de la ville : des attractions qu’ils ne pourraient pas s’offrir eux-mêmes, une vue sur des quartiers qu’ils ne connaissent pas ainsi que notre amitié, car un des plus grand défis pour les nouveaux arrivés, c’est de s’intégrer. Souvent ils n’ont accès qu’à d’autres nouveaux arrivés, et il est difficile pour eux de faire connaissance à des soi-disant ‘vrais’ montréalais.


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