In this new era of video conference calls, a little playful change can be refreshing. That’s why the Sweet Farm animal sanctuary in Half Moon Bay, California, is launching “Goat 2 Meeting,” a new service that injects some much-needed face time with animals into your otherwise boring meeting.
The animal sanctuary, funded by grants and donations that come from tours and corporate events, has suffered financially during the coronavirus crisis. “Sixty to 70 percent of our revenue has gone out the door,” said Nate Salpeter, one of the farm’s owners. “So very quickly we had to figure out a way that we can still execute our mission while also driving revenue.”