Creative ideas for fun virtual events 🥳

  • 17 December 2020
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It’s been fun to see the different ways that brands, orgs and folks have been creating moments of delight in their virtual events. Recently the Hopin team compiled a list of ideas for celebrations like holiday parties, virtual awards ceremonies, employee celebrations, but here are a few that can be used year-round. What other ideas would you add?

 

1. Wine Tasting

Send your attendees a shopping list a week before the event (or if you’re feeling generous, send the bottles) and set up a Session or an Expo booth with a master Sommelier to talk your attendees through a wine tasting! 

 

2. Master Class

Bring in the experts! Host a class and teach your friends, family, or colleagues something new.

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3. Cocktail Class

Choose your cocktail and send over the ingredients list before the event. Set up your Expo Booth or Session and encourage everyone to come on screen whilst they’re shaking for a good laugh!

 

4. Dance Lesson

Choose your dance, bring in a pro and dance the night away - just make sure there’s nothing breakable nearby. Who needs a partner to step on their toes, anyway! 

 

What other ideas would you add?

 


 

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For the holidays, I’ve heard of a company shipping gingerbread house kits to each home and spending the hour comparing their creations. Also is a fun way to involve coworkers’ children, as they can’t resist sneaking in to steal a few candies :)

 

 

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For the holidays, I’ve heard of a company shipping gingerbread house kits to each home and spending the hour comparing their creations. Also is a fun way to involve coworkers’ children, as they can’t resist sneaking in to steal a few candies :)

 

 

Love this idea of creating interactivity with the audience. Playing off this, I’ve heard of companies  smoozing VIP customers by sending a bottle of wine before an event so that attendees can do a joint toast together or smaller bottles for a wine tasting. 🍷

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