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☕️ RandomCoffees

A RandomCoffee is a meetup with someone from my company to get to know each other & share an informal moment together.

  1. RandomCoffee periodically suggests you (by email) to meet a random coworker over coffee.
  2. If you’re up to meet someone, great! Accept the invite, and you’ll receive an email a few days later with the contact info of someone in your company. Get in touch, have a coffee, and enjoy your time.
  3. If you are too busy, or away from work, click “No”, or simply ignore the email: you won’t be matched this time. It’s as easy as it sounds.

Nope. You can have tea. Or lunch together. Or a drink. It’s up to you!

The RandomCoffee admin in your company sets up rules beforehand, as simple as: “Match people from different teams” or “Match people from different offices”, in order to maximise chances that you are matched with someone you don’t know.

RandomCoffee must first be setup by HR, Internal Communication or the management of your company in order to be used by employees.

Get in touch with them to enquire about RandomCoffee !

Our algorithm takes into account your matching history to make sure you never meet twice the same person.

No problem: you can simply ignore the request! you will get another one when you’ll be back.

🔑 Administration

A campaign is an employee matching program by email. This program is built around a goal that you want to reach, such as breaking down silos between two teams, onboarding new people or engage your employees.

Admins can create different types of campaigns depending on their objectives. The most frequent are :

  • Breaking down silos
  • Employee engagement
  • Onboarding new employees
  • Peer-to-peer training
  • Corporate events

RandomCoffee becomes really relevant starting from 200 people.

RandomCoffee wants to create targeted intros between people who never, or rarely meet.

We are complementary with corporate social networks : our objective is to get people to actually meet in real life, leaving collaboration and digital communication to corporate social networks.