• 305 Fitness

    Deemed “rave-meets-workout,” 305 Fitness is an underground non-stop dance cardio workout that infuses dance moves, sports drills, and high-intensity interval training. Classes feature a DJ set and rhythmic light show. Studios are located in New York City, Boston, and Washington D.C., with pop-up experiences in L.A, Chicago, and San Francisco.

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  • AntiSocial Skills

    The Anti-Social Skills Team has written for and appeared on Conan, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central, The Onion, Funny Or Die, series like Broad City, major Hollywood films, and The Tonight Show. Not only is our game written by some of America’s funniest comedy writers - they will be hosting your game!

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  • Bean N Bean

    We have hosted corporate group events for Royal Bank of Canada, UBS, Harvard Business School, and more. We will ship the Complete Kit in advance // Link to the kit here Bean & Bean Downtown Blend | Organic & Fair Trade Certified Mr. Clever dripper | 100% BPA-free Box of filters | Compostable & Chlorine-free Colorable instructions created by local artist Julia Cruz + Bonus Steeped Bag, on us! The Clever Brewer combines elements of a traditional pour over and immersion brewing methods without the sediment and clean-up of a French Press! In this class, we will brew both hot and cold coffee using the versatile Clever Brewer.
    Brew with us!

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  • Ben Whiting

    Ben Whiting is an award winning speaker, magician, and actor whose career spans fthe Las Vegas Strip to New York’s Off-Broadway playhouses. He’s had multiple television appearances in the United States and England, and was voted 2018 Red Hot Best corporate entertainer by Traverse Magazine. Known internationally for his humor, originality, and ability to connect with his audiences, Ben will combine these skills with his background in theatre to offer you an entertainment experience second to none. His clients include Crystal Cruises, American Express, GE, Oprah’s HARPO Studios, and now … you!

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  • Blue Ribbon

    Since 1995, Blue Ribbon Cooking School has been at the forefront of the Seattle food and entertaining scene, changing with the times, the trends and the needs of our clientele.

    Over the years our motive has been to bring the family back to the dining room table to enjoy homemade meals together. We’ve not only accomplished our objective with the vast variety of hands-on cooking classes and events that we host but we have also expanded upon it.

    After many requests we began a catering segment of our business that specializes in elegant catered events for both private and corporate clients. We have become most known for our bountiful family-style catering that is regularly shared at weddings and other events throughout the Puget Sound area.

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  • Caring Capital

    Since 2009 Caring Capital's mission has been to help companies connect with their communities by running team-building and service-centered events in which company employees make gifts for neighbors in need.

    More than 50,000 of our clients' employees worldwide have engaged with their colleagues while doing one of our approachable art-focused projects. Over the years, these generous volunteers have created more than 140,000 useful and uplifting gifts that have been donated to homeless shelters, domestic violence safe houses, hospitals, nursing homes, low income schools and child care centers, and other social services agencies that serve other such "vulnerable" populations. In 2020, many clients chose to donate gifts to lift spirits and show appreciation for the countless healthcare workers fighting against COVID-19.

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  • Caroline Karp

    In some ways, my life has been about four things. Art, spirituality, nature and the well-being of humankind. It all began with my first mentor who was a well known wildlife artist. From that point on I have never gone more than 3 days without painting.

    For me, making a painting is like falling in love. My work tends to be bold, and a lot of passion and emotion comes along with the process. Most of the time I have no idea what I'm about to paint. But it is the journey into the uncertainty, and it is awakening of the heart.

    My life is simple. I have two sons. I teach art. I host these really cool and unusual creativity workshops for kids. And sometimes even for adults. I am honored in that my paintings and my work have been commissioned by people all around the world.

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  • Chef German Villatoro & Michelle Villatoro

    Chef German Villatoro is a dynamic Executive Chef & Director of Culinary with over 25 years of experience in the industry. He has proven success in executing intimate to large events, menu concepts, kitchen design, virtual competitions, demos, and cooking classes.

    German’s accolades include being Executive Sous Chef at a top resort in the Caribbean and the winner of NYC Thrillist’s “Taco Takedown.” He has also been featured in GQ Magazine and was awarded Best Cookie in NYC at a Food & Wine competition, to name a few of his many accomplishments.

    Michelle Villatoro is a Master Facilitator with 15 years of proven success in learning and leadership development, as well as 7+ years as a certified Professional Coach. Michelle's integrated methodology supports leaders and helps high-growth organizations become the brands and employers of choice for their market.

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  • Chef Tova

    Tova graduated at the top of her class from the Culinary Institute of America where she was classically trained in French cuisine. She then went on to be a private chef for international celebrities including Paul McCartney and Jimmy Buffett. Tova’s work includes pop-up event designing for Soho House. When the pandemic hit, she was inspired to create virtual tasting events that were anything but boring… and the rest is history.

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  • Christian H

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  • Cocoa + Co

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  • Convers(ate)

    Created by two professional facilitators, Convers(ate) sparks connection with engaging and meaningful conversation. Our signature facilitation approach levels hierarchies, provides space for ideas, perspectives and personal stories and enables people to connect on a meaningful level. Our retail box set has been praised by, Parade and BizBash.

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  • Coolidge Yoga

    Coolidge Yoga aims to provide a supportive space so communities can practice yoga. We welcome people of all ages, abilities, and walks of life.

    Through the physical practice of yoga, individuals are granted the opportunity to slow down the mind by challenging the body. Combined with a focus on pranayama (breath-work), the asanas (postures) offer us an avenue to experience being fully present in the moment. It is our hope that each student leaves with a clear mind, an invigorated body, and an overall sense of well-being. It is our core belief that by practicing yoga and taking the time to nourish ourselves inside and out, we will lead healthier, happier lives. When we are nourished, we are better versions of ourselves for our family, friends, and colleagues, thus creating a happy and healthy community and work environment that is ready and willing to make changes for the better.

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  • Creative Learning Society

    We are a company who is determined to focus on FUN.
    We believe in the power of Play and the benefits that it brings to our lives.

    We strive to to Create Fun and Engaging events that enrich your day!
    We strive to Inspire you to step out of the box and try something new!
    We strive to Educate everyone on the Power of Play and the
    importance of including Play in your life whether you are 4 or 104 years old!

    Beth, the Chief Creative Officer is an accomplished learning professional. She spent more that 20 years in the Corporate world working on supporting the employees of her companies. As a Director Of Education she focused on building the people who built the business. She successfully earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Education from Texas State University and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Houston. After 20 plus years she felt driven to do more and dream of an environment where FUN would be at the forefront rather than the financials. Creative Learning Society was built to create an outlet for not just companies but for individuals to realize that not everything in life should be taken too seriously. Creative Learning Society's goal is to help people and organizations learn about the importance and the positive impact of creating balance on forming strong relationships can have on their daily lives and their bottom lines.

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  • David Sauvage

    David Sauvage is a teacher and trainer of empathy and emotional intelligence. He consults with companies to help them scale empathy and integrate EQ into their DNA. He has worked with Four Seasons Hotels to create training modules for employees and consulted with Coca-Cola on how to shift their brand message to empathy. David has also created entertaining and culture-shifting experiences around empathy. He has been featured in the Guardian, Vice, NBC News and other outlets.

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  • Deep Breath Baking

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  • Drunk Yoga

    Eli Walker is the founder of Drunk Yoga®. She describes herself as a “woman with a mission to challenge social norms and provide you with tools for self-empowerment to cultivate personal joy.” Equipped with a BFA in Acting from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she has a knack for bringing yoga to non-yogis in unconventional settings through performative means.

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  • Five Senses Tastings

    Five Senses Tastings combines the art of storytelling with the power of the five senses to create transformational, full-sensory events that infuse our lives with moments of beauty and discovery.

    We hold that beauty is not a luxury, but a requirement for our well-being, and it is therefore our mission to counter any tendencies towards complacency and apathy with intention and the energy of our five senses to encourage full engagement with ourselves and the world in which we live.

    Partnering with world-class musicians, chefs, sommeliers, and other flavor artists, professional opera singer, Founder, and Chief Event Composer, Kala Maxym, weaves a diverse and delicious global narrative that unites music, wine, food, and sweet treats in perfect harmony while telling our clients’ unique personal and brand stories. Through purposeful and heart-directed guidance, we believe all can be inspired and transformed through the power of sensory engagement.

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  • Free Games

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  • Fun Corporate Magic

    Matias Letelier, founder of Fun Corporate Magic, is an award-winning Chilean-American illusionist and mentalist who has an energetic and charismatic personality. With over 23 years of experience, Matias’s unique blend of top-notch magic, mentalism, and comedy has helped him become one of New York’s favorite entertainers for private and corporate events.

    With performances for Pfizer, Moderna Therapeutics, T-Mobile, AMAZON, HP, J.P.Morgan, SONY, IBM, BMW, and Amex, to name a few, Matias’s charm and exceptional talent have delighted thousands of people across the USA. He is one of the featured performers at Speakeasy Magick at the famous McKittrick Hotel in New York. Even though he lives in New York, Matias travels around the world to perform at small and large private and corporate events, trade shows, and colleges.

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  • Gabriela Villaverde

    Gabriela’s cooking carries on a strong family tradition that she learned from her aunt and grandparents. Her grandparents were of Spanish origin and came to Argentina as teenagers escaping war. They owned a pasta shop in La Boca, a neighborhood in Buenos Aires that is famous for its artist community. Gabriela’s grandparents, artists themselves, produced ravioli, agnolotti, and a variety of other fresh pastas. They sold pasta and empanadas to their fellow artists in La Boca. Gabriela will teach you her family recipes from her kitchen in Buenos Aires to use in your own home, wherever you are located!

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  • Improbable Escapes

    Improbable Escapes opened its doors to the City of Kingston, Ontario on July 1st, 2015. Emma Rochon and Melissa Eapen set out with a specific goal: to create a business that would bring a smile to the face of anyone who entered! After working in the industry for one year, Emma and Melissa quickly decided to pack up everything and move to Kingston. Kingston was the perfect place for an escape room business because of its size, the thriving downtown core, and the large student demographic.

    Opening up the business did not come easy for the two. The first few months of business were spent living inside their retail store, painting throughout the day and dancing along to songs to keep themselves sane. Luckily enough, the first commercial space opened by Improbable Escapes at 298 Bagot Street was originally a call centre and a doctor’s office, both of which have numerous small rooms built in. This gave Emma and Melissa the flexibility to create multi-room escapes. After their first year, Improbable Escapes moved to 303 Bagot Street (LaSalle Mews), to expand to a new space that is over 5 times the size of their first. With about six years of business and creating 50+ escape rooms under their belt, Improbable Escapes has become the “go-to” fun thing to do in Kingston. It’s even ranked #1 for fun things to do in Kingston on TripAdvisor!

    A huge focus for Improbable Escapes, is their involvement in museums and historic sites. Starting off as a passion project, Improbable Escapes first started by creating an escape room experience at Fort Henry National Historic Site. Since, they’ve had games in partnership with St.Lawrence Parks Commission, Parks Canada, Canadian Forces, Department of National Defense, and more.

    With the introduction of their second location in 2019 (Improbable Escapes: Wonderland), the original Improbable Escapes downtown location was rebranded to Improbable Escapes HQ. Improbable Escapes has since grown internationally, with games all over the world at various escape room facilities. During recent COVID-19 related shut-downs, international players were able to play games at the flagship Improbable Escapes locations, resulting in international press coverage and awards. Improbable Escapes was awarded the Escape Authority’s 2020 Best Remote Play International Award (Silver), Room Escape Artist’s 2020 Golden Lock Award, and EscapeTheRoomer’s 2020 Best Overall “Remote Escape” of the Year.

    Currently, Improbable Escapes has two brick and mortar escape room locations, a board game shop and a board game cafe. The Improbable Escapes team looks forward to growing in the years to come!

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  • Improv Asylum

    For over 20 years, IMPROV ASYLUM has been voted Boston’s best comedy, with shows seven nights a week. Their main stage show has performed to hundreds of thousands of sold-out crowds, cultivating some of the funniest improvisers working today.

    Aside from their theatre in Boston’s North End, Improv Asylum’s corporate Training Division IA INNOVATION has traveled the world becoming one of the most highly-praised corporate training facilitators, combining mission-critical takeaways with a comedic flair that everyone on your team will love.

    As the sister club to Improv Asylum, LAUGH BOSTON is the shining jewel of Boston’s seaport and innovation district located in the Westin Hotel. Boston’s best stand-ups join nationally-renowned touring acts every weekend.

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  • Inara

    INARA combines the power of scent with neuroscience to enhance personal growth and emotional well-being. Our products are created in partnership with a perfumer, wellness expert, and neuroscientist who specializes in the impact of scent on our health and well-being. We're passionate about all-in-one transformational experiences combine perfumery and meditation, backed by science.

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  • Jaimie Adler

    Jaimie Adler is a Wine Consultant specializing in Napa-based wines. She has over 5 years experience hosting wine tastings for individuals as well as corporations in personal as well as digitally. Her lifelong interest in food lends an interesting aspect to her tastings recommending pairing ideas that surprise and delight.

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  • Jason Wagner

    Jason Wagner has been a Sommelier since 2006 and has been the Wine Director at some of America's most creative, boundary-pushing and iconic restaurants. Recently, Jason headed the program at the seminal New York restaurant Union Square Cafe, where he led an award-winning wine list of over 1700 references and a team of 6 Sommeliers. He cut his teeth working as Wine Director for the world's most Michelin-Starred Chef Joël Robuchon at his eponymous restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel New York. Jason has been featured in the New York Times for his work at Fung Tu, an innovative Chinese-American restaurant, and in Food & Wine Magazine, Wine Enthusiast and Wine & Spirits Magazine for his imaginative approach to a Champagne Bar at RM Champagne Salon in Chicago. Jason can now be found in upper Manhattan with his wife, son, and dog Buckley.

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  • Jessica Sennett

    Cheese Grotto is an internationally award-winning home cheese storage solution that keeps cheese fresher for longer. Along manufacturing their Cheese Grottos in small production runs in the Catskills in New York, Cheese Grotto sells hundreds of cheeses from American artisan cheesemakers through their cheese subscription and virtual tasting programs.

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  • Joe Gandelman

    Joe Gandelman is a comic ventriloquist who went full-time in 1990. Since that time he has performed all over the US and in Canada, has been on NBC's SpyTV, and has been particularly popular at fairs of all sizes.

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  • Kristina Clemons

    Kristina has always connected to movement as a means for expression, discipline, joy, and mental/emotional regulation. Her formal movement journey began with classical ballet in Georgia, segued into yoga in NYC (2004), and she began teaching in 2010. She loves to learn, therefore many traditions influence her teaching: Intelligent Vinyasa, Iyengar, Physiyoga (the merging of physical therapy techniques and yoga), and meditation.

    Depending on the class style, you can expect to think and move outside the box, try new things, or try old things in a new way. Kristina’s sequencing is both creative and smart, rooted in biomechanics, with a mixture of precision and exploration. She also has a deep appreciation for mindfulness practices like restorative yoga and sound baths. She leads sound meditations using singing bowls, gongs, and chimes with the goal of diving into the subtlety of listening. There is a time to move big and a time to get quiet; Kristina’s practice over the years has been to listen to which one will bring balance to daily life.

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  • Laura E. West

    I'm Laura E. West and I am one of only 11 certified Lipsologists in the world. Yes, "Lipsology" is a real thing. I get hired by everyone from big companies to small bridal showers to read lip prints virtually (on Zoom) and in person (at big conferences all over the globe.} Simply put, I help people understand themselves and others in their life by uncovering the special messages found in their lip prints. Virtual parties have expanded my client base and I love that we can gather for meaningful celebrations and time together. Now more than ever we need connection, understanding and empathy. What better way than to do it with kisses! Some of my clients include Virgin Hotels, Pandora Radio, Jimmy Choo, Southwest Airlines and NYX Cosmetics to name a few.

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  • Linda Simpson

    It’s a miracle! After more than 30 years as a drag queen, Linda Simpson continues to dazzle her fans with her witty demeanor, fine-tuned camp sensibility and unique blend of sass and class. And let’s not forget her stunning appearance!

    Since emerging from the East Village drag scene in the late 1980s, the multi-faced queen has racked up a mile-long list of creative endeavors, including nightlife work galore as a hostess and party promoter; publishing the “revolutionary gay magazine” My Comrade; writing and starring in four different plays; and extensive work as a journalist, often in cahoots with her male alter ego, Les Simpson.

    Another of Linda’s roles is drag her-storian. Her acclaimed slideshow presentation, THE DRAG EXPLOSION, features her vivid photos of NYC’s drag subculture in the 1980s and ‘90s.
    And can you say BINGO? Throngs of people have attended her weekly club gigs and special events featuring fabulous prizes!

    Linda’s staying power has also helped make her a drag pundit of sorts, and she has been featured in oodles of articles, videos and documentaries. The New York Times has called her “a worldly wit… A kind of mother superior of the New York drag scene,” while Paper considers her “the thinking woman’s drag queen.”

    Yesterday, today and tomorrow, Linda enthusiastically embraces the role she was born to play— a reigning queen!

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  • Mei Mei

    Mei Mei is a farm-focused Boston restaurant that three siblings started as a family food truck in 2012. The Li siblings’ grandparents were restaurateurs who owned and operated a vibrant Chinese-American restaurant in White Plains, New York. Mei Mei, (pronounced may-may) means little sister in Chinese. Chef Irene Li, 6-time James Beard nominee and the littlest mei mei, is now at the helm of the Boston headquarters and restaurant. Under Chef Irene’s leadership, Mei Mei uses sustainable & humane practices to source ingredients, creates high-quality jobs, and gives back to the Boston community in a myriad of ways.

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