How to Convert an Activity to an Experience
You've got a rare talent. Let's craft a Tickle experience out of it.
What's a Tickle experience?
Experiences are unique
At Tickle, we’re all about originality and people.
Your unique personality and lifestyle makes your experience super special. You’re passionate about what you do, and great at it. Love crocheting or Peranakan culture? Make that enthusiasm part of your experience. Get guests excited to share your passion.
Show off your space. Let guests peek into the space you live or work in and experience your way of life.
Experiences are recurring
Make your experiences easy to repeat and hold them regularly. How about holding a pop-music karaoke party this month, and emo rock the next?
Gather reviews on the experience to entice future guests. Guests will be able to pick from a variety of dates to suit their schedule. Refine your experience with every successful experience you hold.
The more you host, the better you’ll get at hosting. You’ll also earn more when you hold experiences regularly.
They're cosy and intimate
Tickle isn’t for large, impersonal seminars.
It’s for intimate groups to share experiences together and get to know new people. You can host up to 20 guests at a time.
What’s an ideal number for experiences? It depends. 6 is a great number for an intimate dinner featuring Korean-fusion cuisine, while other experiences like a fitness boot camp work well with a larger number of guests. We recommend starting with a maximum size of 4-8 when hosting your very first experience.
Make it social
You’re sharing what you love, and guests join because they’re interested in the same thing. There’s common ground for everyone, and always something to talk about.
Think about ways to make it social. Play a simple game. Encourage guests to exchange stories as part of the experience. Share your perspective, then ask if anyone wants to share their thoughts. The dialogue goes both ways.
As a host, you’re more of a facilitator than a teacher. Keep it casual and friendly. Guide, not instruct.
Show, don't tell
Share your passion, lifestyle and perspectives with your guests.
Inspire them to try something new, share their own story and maybe do something differently. It’s not just about guests learning a new skill. It’s about creating a complete, immersive new experience that people can talk about.