How about inviting a llama to your next Zoom meeting?
A farm in Silicon Valley is offering a way of breaking up the monotony of those Zoom phone calls and video chats -- how about adding a llama or goat to to the conversation.
Sweet Farms has created a way to do just that with their new app Goat 2 Meeting, named after the popular conferencing software. It allows users to bring farm animals to be a part of your next happy hour or conference call, the company’s cofounder Anna Sweet tells Business Insider.
So far, it seems to be a hit. Since opening up in March, Goat 2 Meeting has had more than 300 requests, appearing in meetings for Fortune 500 companies and tech startups, according to Sweet. One of them came from a law firm whose whose lawyers brought their kids along to a virtual happy hour so they could meet the animals and get a virtual tour of the farm.
Prices range from from $65-$250 for various interactions with the animals, which include goats, sheep, pigs, cows, turkeys, and llamas -- the most popular choice, according to Anna.
Those interested in booking a Goat 2 Meeting can do so here.