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Virtual event companies are organizations that facilitate online social activities for remote teams. For example, virtual team building events, online escape rooms and virtual conference platforms. Clients hire these companies to increase engagement, participation and results at their events. These organizations are also known as “online event companies” and “companies that host virtual events.” The singular is “virtual event company.”
This list includes:
- online events companies
- companies that host virtual events
- virtual entertainment companies
- virtual event planning companies
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List of virtual event companies
The world is more connected than ever, and so can can find virtual event companies at all corners of the globe. Here are a few of the best companies to start with.
Note: This list includes our own company and sub-brands.
teambuilding.com has over 30 unique virtual event types for remote teams. These events include a variety of game formats and options, such as virtual murder mysteries, storytelling workshops, hosted online cocktail parties and more. teambuilding.com has 50,225+ reviews across all virtual events, with an average rating of 4.96. You can be sure that you and your coworkers will have a great time!
See the full list of virtual events by teambuilding.com.
2. tiny campfire
tiny campfire was the first and still the best virtual campfire for team building. For this event, we ship s’mores kits to your participants in advance, which include gourmet marshmallows, handmade graham crackers, premium chocolate and even a real wood-wick candle. For the virtual event, we bring participants together on a video call and play camp games and ghost stories. For example, one of the most popular games is “So you think you can camp?” and there is a spooky mystery to solve. The overall feel of the event is energetic, nostalgic and a whole lot of fun. By the way, you definitely roast and enjoy the s’mores.
Learn more about tiny campfire.
3. AirBNB Online Experiences
AirBNB offers a number of solutions for travellers and entertainment. The online experiences are primarily B2C focussed, and include some fun options like magicians, unusual tours, and draq queen Bingo.
Check out AirBNB Online Experiences.
GatherTown is a virtual event company that provides a platform similar to a 2D video game. You and your coworkers can choose avatars and explore the digital space together. When you get close to another avatar the system starts a video chat, which makes the software feel like a fun and organic way to mingling.
Check out Gather.
5. The Virtual Event Company
The Virtual Event Company provides digital solutions to help you run more successful virtual and hybrid events. The company can help guide your tools and equipment to make sure your event goes smoothly, and also consults on a range of expertise.
Learn more about The Virtual Event Company.
6. Meeting Tomorrow
Meeting Tomorrow is a virtual event company that operates at the intersection between platforms and people. The company can help with virtual conferences, 3D virtual trade shows, hybrid events, webinars and more.
Learn more about Meeting Tomorrow.
Freeman promises to provide “fun and engaging virtual event solutions.” The company offers a range of services and benefits. For example, Freeman can support your team with digital expertise, rapidly execute on your event strategy, optimize for business ROI and more.
Learn more about Freeman.
2Heads provides a variety of event production services for brands. These services are available in-person, as well as for hybrid and virtual events. The team specializes in unique and memorable branded experience.
Learn more about 2Heads.
Sarcon is a virtual events platform that can create unique and branded experiences for guests. The events take place in 3D worlds, which allows for interactions and connections that more closely mimic the real world.
Check out Sarcon.
Canapii provides digital solutions for in-person events. For example, the company can facilitate connections of event attendees via an app. The overall focus of Canapii is to increase audience engagement and participation.
Learn more about Canapii.
11. Webex Events
Webex Events, formerly known as Socio is an all-in-one event management software. The software can help you facilitate higher quality and more interactive in-person, virtual and hybrid events.
Check out Webex Events.
12. War of the Wizards
War of the Wizards is a one of a kind virtual event company that runs a fun and social RPG game for remote teams. For the event, your people divide into teams and serve as the wizards’ minions. You must work together to solve problems, overcome challenges and tell stories to help reach the end of the game. There is a chaos wheel to add an element of fortune or fate, and bonus points for creativity.
Check out War of the Wizards.
13. Global Grub
Global Grub is a woman- and minority-owned business that seeks to bring international ingredients straight to your door. This company offers four virtual events, which are churro, fortune cookie, ravioli, and mochi ice cream classes. Once you choose your food type, Global Grub will ship the DIY kits to your whole team’s door. On event day, your team will join a 60-minute Zoom call and learn how to make delicious treats!
Check out Global Grub.
14. Blue Ribbon
Blue Ribbon is a catering company offering six unique virtual events. You can choose from cupcakes and cocktails, pies for the people, holiday charcuterie, holiday happy hour, paint and sip, and pasta-making classes. Participants will receive all-inclusive kits, then a chef will guide them through an hour-long course. By the end, your team will have fun goodies to enjoy!
Learn more about Blue Ribbon.
15. Party’n With Plants
Party’n With Plants brings a virtual plant party right to your door! You can pick either succulent terrarium or zen garden kits. There is a wide variety of themes to choose from, like natural sea glass or diffuser sets. The guided call lasts for an hour, during which you will handcraft your plant masterpieces. The plants are alive, giving your team a lasting, beautiful gift.
There is no order minimum, and shipping is included!
Check out Party’n With Plants.
16. Gourmet Boutique
Gourmet Boutique offers virtual tastings centered around artisanal chocolates. You can choose from over 20 different tasting themes, including wine and chocolate, tea and chocolate, and unusual flavor combinations. The kits include full-sized small-batch chocolate bars. On event day, a team of food educators will guide you through the makers, industry, and flavor of each set. Classes last from 45 minutes to an hour.
Check out Gourmet Boutique.
17. In8 Create
In8 Create leads virtual Lego-based events to help your team connect. This company ships Lego sets to all participants and leads experiences lasting 60, 90, and 120 minutes. The hosts guide attendees through telling personal stories with Lego, then the group shares their creations. For a creative team building activity, be sure to check out In8 Create!
Learn more about In8 Create.
Liberate offers wellness-based experiences to help your whole team unwind. You can choose from yoga, mindfulness, and meditation workshops. Most classes last 30 minutes and focus on strengthening the body, focusing the mind, and alleviating burnout. Liberate’s diverse group of leaders will guide you through each class with the intention of helping you relax.
Take a breather with Liberate.
19. Naturally Sassy
Naturally Sassy is a zero-waste soy product company that produces candles and body wax treatments. For an interactive and relaxing event, check out their virtual candle-making workshop. Each kit comes with enough supplies to create two candles, and each candle burns for 20-25 hours. You can choose from a wide range of scents, including lavender, leather, and mulled cider. Classes last an hour, and a candlemaker will guide you through each step of the candle-making process.
Learn more about Naturally Sassy.
20. Pottery with a Purpose
Pottery with a Purpose aims to bring you sustainable pottery kits for a mindful crafting experience. You can order custom or themed sets specifically for your event, and a pottery expert will guide you through a 60- to 90-minute class. You will create two original pieces, and the kit has leftover clay so you can freestyle on your own!
Additionally, a portion of Pottery with a Purpose’s proceeds support mental health nonprofits.
Check out Pottery with a Purpose.
21. Venissimo Cheese
Venissimo Cheese curates artisanal cheese and cheese creations. Their virtual events ship cheese, accoutrements, and beverages across the US. You can choose from a wide variety of tasting kits, and a cheesemonger will lead you through a one-hour guided tasting. For an extra fun treat, you can order customized engraved cheese boards for the whole team.
Check out Venissimo Cheese.
22. Dragonfly Designs
Dragonfly Designs is an art-experience company seeking to bring the joy of crafting straight to you. This woman-owned small business offers a variety of classes, including tie-dye, jewelry making, and mug drawing. Classes last from 90 to 120 minutes, and professional artists will lead you through each step. In the end, you will have a beautiful work of art to display in your home!
Check out Dragonfly Designs.
Legacy virtual event companies
Not every virtual event company continues, and some go into temporary hibernation. Here are some examples.
At the start of the COVID pandemic, we launched Petri as a way to build social event calendars for remote teams. Petri was a popular virtual event choice for large groups, and ultimately was folded into teambuilding.com as a packages offering.
24. Tea vs Coffee
Tea vs Coffee runs a unique virtual team building experiences based on coffee and tea tasting. The host leads the group through a series of exercises, like guided meditation and stories about the origins of tea and coffee. There is also a tasting experience with unusual flavors like mushroom coffee. This event is a popular choice for remote teams looking for a more relaxing event, however is currently in hibernation.
25. Strong Teams
Strong Teams ran online fitness classes for work groups. The options included yoga, pilates and more general fitness aerobics. This virtual event was a great choice for teams looking to bond over healthy exercises, however is currently paused.
Companies that host virtual events are an important part an internet-enabled world. The more people work from home, the more we will see events like virtual team building, virtual conferences and more. These companies work with clients to make sure that the online version of events are just as successful as in-person equivalents.