Good on you for all the changes you are making and from looking at your website you are doing so many things right already. I am not really an expert on corporate and events but would strongly suggest if you have haven’t already, reaching out to PCO’s around the country, and to the convention bureaus attached to the larger RTO’s. The RTO’s should also have lists of the PCO’s that they work with. Pricing is a tricky one.. I don’t know about you but I hate sites and products that don’t even give an indication or a base price, so frustrating and in my opinion scares people off.. I get the bespoke bit, and the need to be flexible, but in many cases people don’t know what they don’t know and in some cases, what they want either… so i would recommend offering a selection of options that are priced, a low, medium, and high option.. many will choose the medium or middle option anyway which is better than only offering a starting price as this is what many will take if that is the easiest and quickest option.
Other thoughts are to maximise your activity and engagement on Linked IN and connect with people in corporates or SME’s who might usually organise team away days. This varies of course, but is often left to executive assistants of GM ‘s or CEO’s to find options and coordinate, and in larger organisations the HR or People/Talent teams.
There are also many leadership trainers, development professionals and coaches who have multiple clients already who maybe looking for plug-in half or full day activities for their programs.. Suggest Google to find these people in main cities, and approach them with sales materials and pricing etc. These guys are looking for engaging, educational, and or challenging activities for their clients to do that will teach them something, or encourage teamwork and bonding. Their clients are not on a holiday, or a junket, they are there to learn, be challenged, to collaborate, and foster team work and positive relationships so think what you can add in that delivers this.
I hope this has helped a little.. All the best with it, Jason