Jackie Summers, the owner of a liquor-brand, used his Twitter account to ask people to join him on a virtual cocktail party a few days ago. Most of his friends belong to the hospitality industry. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, they can’t go to work right now. Jackie attempted to create a perfect way to encourage social distance while giving his pals a much-needed opportunity to socialize. Fifteen people joined the first event, but the next one was much more successful. More than one hundred participants extended their hands. This phenomenal success made him announce that he will regularly organize happy hours until the crisis resolves itself.
Keeping it small:
Choosing food and drinks:
Pick the grid:
Be a listener:
Another tip: The conversations have to be light