Corporate Events

Corporate Events

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Silent Vibes

Create A Bond That Exists In


Corporate events can be a great way to build and strengthen overall company culture and morale. They provide an opportunity for employees to get to know each other, and promote teamwork and collaboration. In today’s fast-paced work environment, taking a break to engage in team-building activities can help improve communication, increase productivity, and foster a positive work environment.

That’s where our silent disco headphones come in!

Elevate your team bonding experiences and make it a fun and memorable experience with Silent Vibes. Our silent disco headphones add a revolutionary twist to traditional corporate events. This unique and interactive experience can bring employees together in a new and exciting way, promoting teamwork and unity.

Contact us today to begin planning a corporate event that will raise your company’s vibe and productivity. Let us help you take your corporate events to the next level and make your team building experiences unforgettable!


A blast of music can captivate a positive emotional experience.

Depression is widespread in the workforce and is expensive for companies. The economic impact of depression in the workplace is estimated at $34 billion annually—$11 billion for treatment, $11 billion in decreased productivity, and $12 billion in absenteeism. Depression affects about 19 million people, 70 percent of whom are in the workforce. (Figures are according to Braun Consulting News).

Improve your employees mood, memory and decrease anxiety.

Hopkins stated that research has shown that listening to music can reduce anxiety, blood pressure, and pain as well as improve sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and memory.

Scientists have found that the emotions patients experience while listening to music have a healthy effect on blood vessel function. Music made study participants feel happier and resulted in increased blood flow in their blood vessels. Scott Christ, “20 surprising, science-backed health benefits of music,” USA Today, December 17, 2013).


Music may not make you a genius, or rich, or even a better person. But it helps train you to think differently, to process different points of view — and most important, to take pleasure in listening.

Terry Banks

It’s not our natural tendency to thrust ourselves into a crowd of 20,000 people,
but for a Muse concert or a Radiohead concert we’ll do it,” Levitin said.
“There’s this unifying force that comes from the music, and we don’t get that from other things.