Trivia Quiz

In 2002, Wayne Shapiro founded Trivia Madness, and in that time he has presented and hosted more than 1,000 tailored quizzes. Every quiz that Wayne writes is tailored to suit the audience demographics of those attending. He has presented quizzes for school kids aged 6 all the way up to ages 80 and beyond. Every question is written with participation and enjoyment in mind. Getting everyone involved has always been the main aim of any quiz that is presented.

 Corporate Trivia

What makes Wayne stand out in the corporate quiz arena is that he is able to offer different types of quizzes. Clients can choose a standard, paper-based quiz, similar to what is performed in a ‘pub quiz’ environment. They can also choose from a wireless keypad, interactive quiz. In this format, each team receives a credit card sized keypad to answer timed questions from a screen with graphs, music, videos and pictures. It certainly has more of a WOW factor and has been performed successfully for clients such as:

  • PwCTrivia Madness Keypad Mini
  • CBA
  • Deloitte
  • Gilbert & Tobin
  • Atlassian
  • Aristocrat
  • CUB
  • … and many others.

As with all Trivia Madness quizzes, everything is tailor written to the audience demographics and all are designed for maximum engagement and fun. They can include relevant questions with regards to the company or industry. Some of the events where a corporate quiz work well are:

  • End of Financial Year events
  • Corporate dinners
  • Conference icebreakers
  • Social Club events
  • Teambuilding events
  • Management Retreats

 

“Wayne Shapiro is a must have contact for any corporate event manager. Gilbert + Tobin have used Wayne’s services to host and run our Trivia Night for the past five years and it is always an evening not to be missed on the staff social event calendar. Wayne prepares meticulously and hosts the night with passion and precision” – Julien Hunt, Gilbert + Tobin

“Savills have used Wayne at Trivia Madness for five highly successful Trivia nights. They have been held in the boardroom with up to 70 guests and the interactive remote controls makes for a user friendly team game which has been enjoyed by all who came. The regular returnees each year has been testament to the enjoyment our clients have. It is a great way to entertain clients in an informal atmosphere and Wayne can control a sometimes boisterous crowd! We would recommend Wayne for your future client functions.” – Kenny Duncanson, Savills

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Fundraising Events

The very first quiz that Trivia Madness ran in 2002 was a fundraiser for a junior cricket club. Since that time, over 120 fundraising quizzes have been written and presented.

A trivia quiz has long been a popular way for organisations to raise much needed funds. Whether it be a school, a sporting organisation or even a charity, the fun environment provides a great platform for fundraising.

And no one does it better than Trivia Madness.

Combining interesting and quirky questions with a vast array of fun games, Wayne is able to make sure your attendees are having so much fun, they can’t wait to do it again next year. On top of all this is Wayne’s ability to make sure the event runs to time, and is still able to include all aspects of what makes a fundraising trivia night so much fun.

“Wayne, thank you for your brilliant efforts to make our trivia night on the 4th September such a great night! We have had some great feedback and we managed to raise over $42,000 for the school!!” – Warrawee Public School Committee

“Wayne, thank you for making our Trivia Event so amazing! You really gave it the vibe we needed and the feedback has been nothing less than awesome! I know how hard you worked and you will be pleased to know we raised in excess of $35,000! Thank you for your professionalism” – Lauren Ehrlich, Moriah College P&F

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Pub Trivia

Since 2002, Trivia Madness has presented weekly quizzes to over 40 pubs and clubs. With a number of venues running for over 10 years, pub trivia has proven to be a popular way of getting people into a pub/club on a quiet night. For a relatively low cost, hoteliers can entertain patrons as well as show off other parts of their establishment to people that might not normally frequent the venue.

The quizzes are run in an easy to understand formula with a number of rounds of questions, music, games and activities. The aim of the evening to provide entertainment with an emphasis on involvement and fun.