How employees build community has changed.

Has your approach to team building evolved?

Rumblesum uses modern-day habits like mobile competitions, games and photo sharing to help coworkers create a community based on common interests.

We offer every company one of the below free app-based competitions to see if Rumblesum is a good fit for you.

 

Upcoming Featured Competitions

 
 
 

October

Murder Mystery Trivia

Schedule trivia questions several times a week. We’ll include personal-interest polls to pick a “murderer” for your Halloween party. Coworkers guess which of their coworkers is the guilty party. Details

November / December

Love Our Community

Combine a drive for a local charity, sustainable habits and a photo scavenger hunt around your area to encourage employees to love their community. Details.

 
 
 
In-app logging
 
 

January / February

New Years Resolution Healthy Habits

Participants check off daily healthy habits, complete Feats of Strength, and share photos based on weekly themes. Make the habits sustainable by adding an earth-saving element. Details.

January / February

Busy Season Trivia

Designed for our Accounting Firm clients, we schedule trivia rounds several times a week to give employees a five-minute brain break and a chance to laugh with the coworkers amidst the chaos of busy season. Details

 

Annual Multi-Company Throwdowns

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Accounting Firm Throwdown

Healthy Habits

This free month-long company-vs-company throwdown is open to all accounting firms. Participants log daily healthy habits and “Feats of Strength.” Sorry, this throwdown is full.

Engineering Industry Throwdown

Healthy Habits

This month-long company-vs-company throwdown is open to all companies in the engineering industry. Participants log daily healthy habits and “feats of strength.” Details. Sorry, this throwdown is full.

Front Range Throwdown

Healthy Habits - Healthy Planet

This month-long company-vs-company throwdown is open to all companies or offices on the Front Range. Participants log daily healthy and sustainable habits and “feats of strength.” Sorry, this throwdown is full.