We love sales, but that’s not all we love
Here’s what we’ve been stoked on, hyped for, and talking about.
Whether you’re an NBA or NCAA basketball fan or not, creating a march madness bracket has been a fun and competitive way for our company to establish similar interests. We’ve even offered prizes to the top 5 employees with winning brackets and continue to display the NCAA games around our office. This has been a light-hearted way to bring some life and culture to our office. Get in on the fun next March.
For those that work remotely using Airconsole is a great way to stay connected to your team and play video games together while not having to physically be together. This has been a popular app to use at SalesRabbit for our video game lovers.
King Kong vs. Godzilla
It’s no secret that the King Kong and Godzilla battle is coming up. Our team is pumped about seeing this new cinematic masterpiece and fighting over which legend should win. We’ll keep you posted about our review of the movie and whether it’s SalesRabbit approved.
If you get sore muscles from knocking doors, sitting at your desk, or just existing, we’ve been using and loving this Deep Tissue Massage Gun from Amazon. It’s a handheld percussion massager that is used to target sore muscles anywhere on your body with it’s interchangeable heads. This works great for men or women to recover your sore body and get you moving like normal again.
Show and Tell
We have employees working remotely out of the country which can make it hard for them to be involved with the team. But a way around the distance has been doing show and tell via zoom to discuss things you’ve been loving and show your hobbies. This seems like a really simple thing to do to get to know someone but it has been a great relationship builder for the employees that can’t come into the office.
What Does Your Company Love?
We encourage you to try out these products, movies, or culture ideas to help bring unity and personal connection to your team especially if you don’t have any hobbies or traditions as a company yet.