Cool things from our industry friends to keep you entertained during home isolation

03 April 2020 | Community News

Virtual kids parties

by Party Higher

Party Higher now offers a Survival Home Stay Party Pack for families to rent on a weekly basis to keep the kids (and the adults!) entertained with a range of usage options like an epic silent disco. 

Their virtual kids parties are also a terrific option if your child has a birthday coming up and you don’t want them to miss out on fun with their friends. The online party includes interactive games, activities, kids movie trivia, DJ and more.

Grazing table for one! 

by Goodness Gracious

The popular metres-long grazing tables that have been feeding guests at events and their instagram pages for a while now may be off the cards for the time being – but you don’t have to give up the perfectly arranged cheese and crackers yet! 

Caterers Goodness Gracious have created at-home grazing boxes that are perfect for families or singledoms who want to treat themselves with a decadent spread.

Digital Season

by Sydney Opera House

From their House to yours… Sydney Opera House is bringing its stages to your sofa with its new weekly digital program.

You can now tune in from Wednesday to Sunday at 6pm for archival footage, live broadcasts and premieres. Performances from the likes of Missy Higgins, The Cure and Sydney Symphony Orchestra will inspire your creativity while in isolation.

And check out the dedicated page for kids too!

Virtual Leaders

by Inspire Speakers

Presented by Inspire Speakers, Virtual Leaders was created to meet the growing need for businesses to operate from a remote work environment. The program creates and promotes virtual events that help clients solve the problems they are experiencing right now in the face of COVID-19.

Virtual Leaders provides programs that enable companies to grow and develop in the areas of sales, leadership, culture, productivity and mental wellbeing – all delivered remotely but with an intimate setting.

Chief Maker Academy

by Chief Maker

Chief Maker – founded by Greg Layton, executive coach, speaker and host of The Inner Chief Podcast – is for individuals wanting to take their professional development to a new level.

For the month of April, Chief Maker has made its entire library of online courses free for all businesses and professionals impacted by COVID-19.

With some extra time on your hands, this is a great opportunity to improve your career prospects for when things find a new normal. 

From ‘7 Secrets Of The World’s Most Productive Leaders’ to creating a career ‘Game Plan’ – there is over US$2,000 worth of courses available for viewing. 

Just enter the coupon code TRUECHIEF for free access.

Virtual music programs

by Rock and Roll Team Building

Those Friday after-work drinks have dried up, but the jam sesh lives on. 

Rock and Roll Team Building is now offering fun, interactive one-on-one sessions online with their world-class musicians to help you keep your mental health in a great place.

You’ll get to learn how to build music into your daily routine to inspire creativity and improve focus as well as sing and engage in a few physical tasks that can greatly help to reduce stress and anxiety. Get your colleagues or even the family involved for an energetic musical experience.

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