The Go Game, the leader in hosting dynamic events, corporate team building, remote conferences and more, has launched a new virtual offering: Go Remote Expo. This new product is changing the virtual events and conference industry at large, as corporate event planners look to engage their online audiences in dynamic, participatory ways.
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These games are a great way to support a local charity while supporting your team’s growth. Teams get all the benefits of bonding through play with the bonus of earning money or supplies for donation.
Does your office hire summer interns? Then you’re probably already thinking about how to onboard them, bond with them, and make them feel welcome in your workspace. Feeling appreciated and part of a team greatly improves an intern’s experience, and is especially important if you hope to hire any interns after the summer.
Does your team need to let loose? Are you looking to help your colleagues bond or boost morale? Let us warm them up and break the ice. We’re experts in networking that actually works. Our Game Producers can kick off any of our games with some smaller icebreakers that won’t make your team roll their eyes.
The Classic Go Game transformers into 1001 other themed games! Is yours on the list? Need some inspiration? Here are some ideas from The Go Game Brainstorm Headquarters. We've been running scavenger hunts around the globe for 18 years, and no theme is too big or too small for us to run with. So let’s think outside the box (actually, let’s ditch the box entirely) and bring your idea to life so you can play as big as you think.
It’s (getting) cold outside. We’ve got indoor games to heat up your winter. No need to bundle up; all of these games can be done indoors do you don’t need to shovel or plow to get playing. Take a winter break for the afternoon and help your team play as hard as they work.