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Family House, in partnership with DocuSign Raises Funds with Go Remote

By: Go Remote
October 7th, 2020

Family House San Francisco, in partnership with DocuSign, recently threw a virtual fundraising event for their community. Family House, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization working to provide free temporary housing and emotional support to families of patients getting treatment at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. Since all funding comes from donations and volunteer engagement, fundraising events are an imperative part of the organization’s success..

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New Feature Release: Tournament Mode!

By: Go Remote
September 8th, 2020

  “It’s like March Madness goes global but with virtual gaming and hilarity at the forefront!” -Viktor C., Tournament Champion  Introducing our new Tournament Mode (Tourney) where hundreds plus can play in an action-packed bracket format. Tourney eventually culminates into one penultimate and hilarious game for all the marbles...and teams around the world are signing up to play.

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How Team Building Events Contribute to Business

How Team Building Events Contribute to Business

See why you should incorporate team building events into your overall business strategy this year to retain talent, develop creativity and more.

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Technology | Event Planning Tips | Team Building Games | Company Culture | virtual conferences | Startups | Online Team Building

Introducing Go Remote Expo: Our Virtual Event Platform for 1,000s

By: Go Remote
July 14th, 2020

  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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Team Building Games | Company Culture | Conference Games | Conference Tips

Conferences and Interactive Participation

By: Hana Nobel
April 14th, 2018

When’s the last time you went to an amazing conference, or at least one special enough to rave about?  For conference hosts, the pressure is on to increase conference participation and audience engagement by providing quality content well beyond watching a speaker on a stage reading off of a PowerPoint presentation. Anyone can read articles about the topics your speakers are presenting, so a conference needs to offer more than just content on slide after slide. So how do you create an event that provides value that matches the good money they’re paying to be there? Exchange PowerPoints for powerful play. Gamify your event with interactive ideas to increase conference participation.

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Stuff Gone Wrong | Company Culture

Is it too late to transform your boring workplace?

By: finnspin
April 20th, 2017

It’s Wednesday at 2pm and you are bored. You glance at the rows of desks where your co-workers sit quietly transfixed on their glowing monitors, as if they are all being beckoned to “go to the light”. A spreadsheet gleams back at you from your own screen, the sexy allure of its many complex calculations has faded long ago. You start to shake with Facebook withdrawal, as it has been 40 minutes since you checked your last pithy post that has received only one like...from your mom.

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Business Insights | Company Culture

How to Build Trust in the Workplace

By: finnspin
December 9th, 2016

In elementary school, we probably all had few teachers who said, “There’s no such thing as a dumb question.” And, as kids, every time we heard that line, there was a collective eye roll. But in spite of the inherent snarkiness of adolescence, the point was made: No one deserves to be ridiculed for being curious. It’s a good rule. And it’s one way that teachers create what’s known as psychological safety in their classrooms. The intent is to foster a space where students can feel confident that no one will embarrass, reject or punish them for speaking up.

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Why 6 is the New 10

By: finnspin
October 15th, 2016

You may have noticed that we have an unconventional approach to most everything. We cruise the streets in orange jumpsuits. We often travel with rubber chickens in our luggage. And we don’t subscribe to the standard rating scale of 1 to 10. You know the one, it might go something like this: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most positive, how would you rate your overall experience at The Door to Hell? Instead of the conventional 1 to 10, we created a superior ranking system of 1 to 6 for four reasons:

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Einstein's Path to Productivity: Create a Culture Where it's OK to Fail

By: finnspin
September 25th, 2016

Successful creative people whether a designer, musician, marketing strategist, artist, inventor, film director or even Go Game producer aren't afraid to fail. Itäó»s not that they like failing per se. It's just that trying new things, which is de rigueur for innovative people, leads to frequent failure.

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