Employee connection is vital to a successful workplace and shared fun is an integral ingredient of fostering warm relationships and loyalty to a business. Remote work has made the opportunities for nurturing such relationships rare and businesses are worried about workforce cohesion. Businesses cannot rely solely on annual get-togethers and need to be creative about how to give employees fun ways to connect virtually or they risk losing employee loyalty and connectivity.
Get Some Class provides a whole new world of innovative, rich virtual team fun. Each of its curated programs feature unique talent, a carefully designed program optimized for a virtual social experience, and an awesome, over-the-top package shipped to each person. Their featured events include “Wine, Dine, and Rhyme” – a steak-cooking culinary experience, with a full ingredients kit, paired wine, and a blow-your-mind away freestyle rapper for entertainment over dinner. (Vegan, fish and kosher options are available too.) “Coral Creations” is an art night experience for virtual team-building featuring renowned environmental artist, Nikolina Kovalenko. Nikolina shares her magnificent coral reef artwork and leads participants in painting a scenic underwater world. Get Some Class also has a great event for chess enthusiasts exploring the chess of The Queen’s Gambit Netflix series. Participants start the event by making a Gibson Martini which Beth Harmon drinks in the hit Netflix series and then join US Women’s Chess Champions Irina Krush and Jennifer Shahade for an exploration of the chess of the series.
With a growing series of entirely unique fun team building activities, GetSomeClass.com is rapidly becoming the go-to company for enjoying a fun and interactive experience with one’s team members or for virtual field marketing and customer success events. Companies working remotely have found these virtual events to be a wonderful alternative to having a fun night out with team members or clients.
Field marketers and client success managers are also finding Get Some Class programs and packages to be a wonderfully rich way to engage high-value prospects or nurture existing client relationships.
About Get Some Class
Get Some Class offers a number of high-end virtual team building activities for work. Joseph Gerstel, a Harvard lawyer and Founder and CEO of Get Some Class, has developed a growing line of unique and innovative online experiences that help teams connect and have an awesome time together. Stay tuned for more innovative programming from this young and exciting company.
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