Klip Collective's honeygrow VR project featured in Entrepreneur and the Philadelphia Inquirer
Klip Collective's newest virtual reality project—an immersive VR program used to train, inform, and prepare new honeygrow hires—has been featured in Entrepreneur, the Philadelphia Inquirer and on Philly.com.
The project is listed in Entrepreneur's "Brilliant Ideas" section of the June issue, and on their website as part of their article Businesses Disrupting Industries With Their Brilliant Ideas — And What You Can Learn From Them.
The Inquirer/Philly.com article outlines both the unique experience and food of honeygrow and the innovative approach Klip has taken in developing an original VR program with real-world, business-facing applications.
If you haven't heard the news about our honeygrow VR experience yet, here's an explanation from Klip co-founder, Ricardo Rivera, as quoted in the Inquirer article:
“When a new hire puts on the VR headset and presses the start button on the remote, Justin materializes in our virtual-3D honeygrow restaurant to share welcoming remarks and philosophy — how honeygrow is all about thinking differently, bringing people together over high-quality, wholesome, simple foods. Then we offer an interactive tour of a honeygrow that gives a good feel for how and why things are done, with a casual video game at the end that’s meant to be both fun and instructive.”
Stay tuned for more news on Klip's virtual reality projects and more.