COFFEE BREAK CONTEST
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
+ Trial Info
Our game content is designed to be inclusive and not grounded in any particular locale or geography.
With international teams having fewer available time slots where teammates may be able to hop on a video conference together, we limit required synchronous time to 15 minutes every 2 weeks, minimizing disruption to your regular working schedules.
Typically we recommend having at least 15 to 20 people participating to create a fun and light-hearted competitive environment, and also give some latitude for people to not participate every week if they’re busy. However, the minimum group size that we would work with could be as low as 8 people
We don’t provided prizes, but you are encouraged to do so if you feel that will improve participation! Past clients have done everything from providing swag to allowing winners to choose a charity for a company sponsored donation
+ Pricing and Value
If you think culture and teambuilding is important, you’ll find this to be a steal! For $30 / person / quarter, each participant will get 1) up to 1.5 hours of 1-to-1 interaction with 5 to 6 other people, and 2) additional shared experiences with the larger pool of participants. All of this without having to handle any logistics or pay for non-value team-building staples like transport and venue rentals.
Many new individual interactions and relationships, capstoned by participants sharing something that they appreciate about their partners after each challenge.
A shared experience across geographies that everyone can look back on, with pictures and media that will last well past their experience.
A commitment to connection as a core part of culture.
+ The Activity
Most challenges will be submitted using a survey form tool on our website. When you receive a challenge email, it contains a link to the survey which will have instructions alongside a submission page. The submissions might be text based or media based depending on the week.
No. Each pair will hopefully solve their challenge together, and they only have to do it before the end of the week. It doesn’t matter when each pair schedules time together.
Creative challenges: tell stories about your company values, write sappy poems about your company, or make a 1950’s radio ad.
Trivia: Guess the common connection between sets of words, sound out what a set of pictures is telling you.
Puzzles: crack a spy’s code using the NYC subway system map or solve the mystery of your crazy night in Vegas with only a few polaroids