Meetup Business Games & Simulations

Connect, discuss and play!

Onboarding? A new strategy? Agile way of working? Digitalization? Improving leadership? Succeeding in the matrix? Embedding company values? Understanding the end-to-end value chain?


A business simulation can be a really impactful and immersive experience for organizational breakthroughs.


Curious about the options? Do you want to experience one yourself? You’re welcome at the free meetup!

Business Games & Simulations Meetup

Did you know InContext is also the host of the Business Games & Simulations Meetup?

This group is meant for Business Games & Simulations enthousiasts!
Regardless of knowledge / experience level: join our group to discuss and learn more about impactful games and simulations for business.

Join our next meetup!

Join us on Thursday July 18 to get to know each other, learn about gamification and experience business gaming:

> Get acquainted through speed dating.
> Learn more about business gaming from Karin Vrij (cluster lead Business Games & Simulations and co-author of the book Gamification for Business)
     - Why is gamification hot?
     - What are the possibilities?
     - How do you develop a game?
     - What is essential and makes the difference?
> Play a business game (we're keeping it a secret which one).
> Have drinks and connect.


The location is the beautiful villa of InContext in Baarn, the Netherlands.
Hope to see you all there!


Interested? View more information and sign up for the event at our Meetup page.

Why InContext?

InContext is an extraordinary consulting firm that helps organizations and their people to be the best they possibly can be. Breathing life into your vision, rethinking your business, fueling growth, finding new ways and helping you to bring sustainable value to everyone in and around your company.


> More than 25 years of experience in developing business games and simulations.
> Successful in developing business-specific games and simulations for more than 100 large international companies.
>The only Dutch co-authors of the book Gamification for Business.