Virtual cocktail party is a virtual networking event for professionals to connect with other professionals around the world. The mission of Virtual Cocktail Party is to create and foster a community of professionals who want to grow their network and learn from each other. We do this by hosting free online events that allow attendees to connect with each other and learn from guest speakers, who are industry leaders.
Participants join the virtual cocktail party from anywhere with an internet connection on their computer and register for the event by filling out an online form. They will be able to see and hear the rest of the group via live video/audio and participate in small group discussions with other attendees.
Virtual cocktail parties are intended as a way for participants to make new connections, share ideas and best practices, or simply get to know others who have similar interests in a relaxed, no-pressure environment.
Virtual cocktail parties can take place in many different venues. They can happen at home, on social networking sites, or in virtual worlds such as Second Life. The parties are often organized by a person who is hosting the event for others to attend. The hosts will set up the venue and invite other people to come to their event.
The parties are usually held at night, so that there is less traffic on the road and more time for people to get to know each other. A virtual cocktail party is usually attended by people who have met online or through social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter. The attendees are given an opportunity to meet new people, make friends, and have fun with them.
In some cases, these parties are used as a way for people to meet and get to know each other better before getting married or having children together. If a couple has been talking about having children for years but haven’t yet settled down together, they may want to attend one of these events in order to get to know each other better before making any decision.
Virtual cocktail parties are useful for:
- Speeding up the process of getting to know new people and building friendships with them.
- Increasing social connections between friends and family members who live far apart from each other.
- Building trust and rapport among team members who work on collaborative projects together but may not have met face-to-face before starting work on their project together.