Also this year, it will be difficult to celebrate together. Because of this, celebrating Christmas together is more important than ever before. Strengthening the WE-Feeling with your coworkers and creating a positiv atmosphere for the upcoming year, will help you reach your goals. We will bring you and your colleagues “online” closer together, through an extraordinary Christmas themed party program.
According to the principle: “Virtually and socially connected”, we will guarantee you a deeper connection with your coworkers and memories that will last a lifetime!
The virtual Christmas Party takes place with the help of an online meeting tool. After the welcoming ceremony and a fun Christmas themed energizer the Christmas challenge will be explained. Afterwards the participants will be randomly put into break-out-rooms and teams of 4-6 in which they battle for the win. In advance you can choose between four different Christmas themed games, which differ in their duration and game character, but have in common that they are exciting and lots of fun!
- the participants must be able to attend to video conferences
- all participants gather at the same time, in the online meeting room of your choice
- the whole event will be professionally moderated with a good sense of humor
- company topics and individual wishes about the program can be additionally added
Choose the Fun Part of your virtual holiday party
You have the option of a wide range of different games. Feel inspired or let us figure out what’s best for your Team.
FAQs for a virtual holiday party
What is a virtual Christmas party?
A virtual Christmas party does not take place at a predetermined location. Instead, the participants get together online, for example via Microsoft Teams or Zoom. The advantage: teams scattered over a large distance can still celebrate together, and there is no risk of contagion in the event of illness.
How to: virtual Christmas party
If a Christmas party is held online, a program should be created in advance. The focus here is on entertaining the employees. A typical teamazing party relies on creative games such as “Chainreaction” or “Whoiswho”. In “Chainreaction”, participants build parts of a domino chain at home, which is then “knocked down” as one big chain. In “Whoiswho,” employees send children’s photos to the game master in advance, and the staff must then guess the corresponding person.
Virtual Christmas party and tax?
In most countries, a virtual Christmas party does qualify for tax exemption. For the UK for example, the HMRC has confirmed, that these online events are falling within the tax exemption rules.
Virtual Christmas party via Microsoft Teams or Zoom?
For your first virtual holiday party we recommend using a tool that is already established within your company. By that, you avoid unnecessary technical issues.