It's all about the mountains 

If you're looking to organise a corporate event in the winter, whether it's a board meeting, an annual conference, or a skiing trip with clients, Ten80 Events have the expertise to tailor-make a bespoke and unique event in the mountains. We offer exclusive corporate events in Europe's top ski destinations staying in the finest boutique hotels and chalets and combining all the facilities you need for your company business trip with an exciting activities package. 

Winter Destinations

Traffic-free St Anton benefits from epic snowfall and alpine charm, legendary après ski and superb skiing. If you want a corporate event destination with just the right amount of adrenalin and partying thrown in, then you can't go wrong with St Anton.

Nestled... read about St Anton

Located in the heart of the French Alps, Chamonix is the ultimate destination for corporate events and hospitality. Dominated by Mont Blanc and its surrounding Aiguilles, this buzzing town is the epicenter of mountaineering, skiing and adventure sports.... read about Chamonix

The Espace Killy ski area, which is made up of Val d'Isère and neighbouring resort Tignes, is a massive 300 kilometres of piste, not to mention off piste skiing the stuff dreams are made of. Of the two resorts, Val d'Isère is the energetic, confident... read about Val d'Isère

The pretty cobbled streets of Courmayeur, which sits at the tip of the Aosta valley, belie some epic off piste and superb skiing for all levels. Plan a corporate event in Courmayeur and you'll get a heady combination of Italian style and authentic... read about Courmayeur

The Nissan Freeride World Tour has one of its stages in Verbier which should tell you something about the skiing. The stylish Swiss resort has a breathtaking amount of terrain on offer from thigh-burning walls of moguls, stunning sweeping intermediate... read about Verbier

About as traditional a French ski resort as you can possibly imagine, Megève is a fantastic choice for corporate events and entertaining if you want charm, atmosphere, stunning scenery and chilled après ski. The resort is renowned for its restaurants... read about Megève

A favoured destination of the rich and famous, don't let its pricey reputation put you off. Courchevel boasts world class skiing and links to both Meribel and Val Thorens creating the Trois Vallées, one of the largest ski areas in the world with 600... read about Courchevel

Whether Meribel's reputation precedes itself really depends on how old you are. The resort is a well-known British destination and has an après ski unrivalled in its intensity. But it sits right in the centre of the Three Valleys ski area giving you... read about Meribel

If you want your corporate event to ooze exclusivity and sophistication you need to hold it in Lech. This chocolate-box Austrian village has changed little in its 700 years of existence and while its atmosphere and beauty attract some of the most famous... read about Lech

Morzine sits in the Portes du Soleil with access to 600 kilometres of piste, spectacular off piste in the Vallée de la Manche, unbeatable après ski and a laidback funky vibe. Morzine is a brilliant resort for corporate groups combining beautiful... read about Morzine

Skiing in Engelberg is a freerider's dream. The historic Swiss resort plays host to one of the longest vertical descents in the world running 12 kilometres from the Titlus glacier back down to the resort. The off piste skiing is incredible and if you... read about Engelberg

Once the ugly sister to neighbouring Portes du Soleil resort Morzine, Avoriaz has recently seen a huge injection of investment and is emerging as a destination resort in its own right. Its unique architecture and placement, perched high above Morzine... read about Avoriaz

Unsurprisingly Switzerland knows a thing or two about exclusive resorts and Davos is up there with the best of them. But unlike Klosters, with which it has now joined forces, Davos is also a working town – the highest in Europe at 1,560 metres –... read about Davos

This upmarket Swiss resort has it all, beautiful chalets, swish hotels. designer shops, exclusive clubs and a fantastic, easy-going mountain. There is some genuinely fantastic skiing to be had in Crans-Montana with a lot of unashamedly intermediate... read about Crans-Montana

There is a reason the annual dance music festival Snowbombing is held in Mayrhofen. The Austrian resort nestled in the beautiful Ziller valley boasts a creative and funky nightlife and its skiing is absolutely fantastic. There are 159 kilometres of... read about Mayrhofen

The slogan used by the tourist office for this resort goes thus: Kitzbuhel – the legend. And it's not an understatement. What it lacks in high altitude skiing, it makes up for in pure Austrian charm, the beauty of the medieval town matched by that... read about Kitzbuhel

Not exactly a beauty to look at, being something of an experiment with regards to 1950s and 1960s architecture, Flaine benefits from one of the best snow records in the Alps. It sits in a sunny bowl in the Grand Massif, sharing terrain with neighbouring... read about Flaine

Dominated by the Matterhorn, Cervinia is one of the highest resorts in the Italian Alps at 2,000 metres and has a great snow record. The ski pass also takes in neighbouring Zermatt meaning there is a wealth of skiing on offer. In fact the skiing in... read about Cervinia

Glitz, glamour and a whole lot of champagne. St Moritz is arguably one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Its sparkling, dry climate createsunique long-lasting snow conditions. St Moritz's golf course and polo matches draw in the rich and... read about St Moritz