Phin Launches Virtual Team Building Experience to Solve Climate Change

Phin Launches Virtual Team Building Experience to Solve Climate Change

The ClimateQuest virtual escape room engages teams in puzzle solving to support climate related causes

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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 10:15am

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November 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Phin has opened enrollment for its first virtual escape room, Climate Quest, to help remote and hybrid companies build high performing teams. Developed in partnership with award winning escape room artist Shuai Chen, ClimateQuest allows team members to meet over Zoom and solve puzzles to unlock donations to climate related causes that include Lonely Whale, One Tree Planted, and Remake.

The rise of remote and hybrid work has created challenges for companies who want to maintain their company culture and keep their employees engaged. Remote work can introduce fatigue, isolation, and communication issues which can hinder a company’s performance.

To help companies create high performing teams that have fun and work with a sense of purpose, Phin built its platform to include live virtual experiences that feature donations to global charitable causes solving issues that range from climate change to racial injustice.

“Building high performing teams is hard. Building remote teams is even harder.” says Doug Lessing, Founder of Phin. “What if you could solve that team building problem and save the planet? Would you do it? That’s what the Climate Quest Virtual Escape Room does. The conclusion of the COP26 climate change summit is the ideal time for companies to incorporate social impact into their employee engagement and team building strategies.

About Phin

Phin, short for "philanthropy", is a B Corp whose vision is to be a force for good and compassion. Our mission is to help companies be great, by doing good. We do this by providing fun and purposeful team building experiences with social impact.

Visit https://phin.us/3blcq to learn more about Phin and ClimateQuest.