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by Laura Bickle
There’s exactly one month until Christmas and event pros have been busy creating virtual holiday activities to help teams celebrate the season together but apart.
Here’s a cool selection of options:
MAKE IT MAGICAL
Illusionist Sam Pearce has created a customizable family-friendly corporate holiday party package that includes interactive on-screen games, magic and illusions from yours truly and a team video montage—Santa Claus can even drop by if you’d like!
National Speakers Bureau has curated a rich selection of entertainment options. Would your attendees like a cooking class with celebrity chef Bal Arneson or an interactive session of CBC’s The Debaters with Steve Patterson? Or maybe a party hosted by Erica Ehm or a comedy set with Susan Stewart is more their scene.
The holiday show produced by Ross Petty productions is a family tradition for many families in the Toronto area. This year’s virtual production, There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays, a pre-produced show featuring customizable and interactive entertainment, is available as a corporate holiday party.
Yes, you can still have a dance floor! Guitaro, a NYC-based one-man band has moved his popular in-person all-request show online and is sure to get your guests grooving. He is just one of the many virtual party experiences offered by Canadian company, Experiential Experts.
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