Kiwi.com is one of the most go-getting startups not only in the Czech Republic, but also within the European “pond.” In autumn of 2016, this company moved out of an art-nouveau villa into modern offices at Campus Science Park. When you come to visit it, Katka and Šárka are among the first to greet you.
A major interview with Alex Tomášková, the new director of Skanska Property Czech Republic. On how she strives to bring individual projects to perfection. On how she gets along in the mainly male world of construction and big business. And on how Skanska’s office buildings utilize today’s technologies.
Business Link is one of the largest coworking centers in Poland. It’s constantly expanding, and it currently has 16 outlets that cover all the country’s main regional cities. As Business Link is now entering the Czech market too, I’ve asked Jarosław Bator, Business Link’s COO, a few questions to unveil the secret of the company’s success.
An interview with workplace consultant Filip Muška from CBRE. About how office spaces will change in future decades, and why companies will need just a fifth of their current space. And about the great struggle for better work kitchens.
An interview with environmental psychologist Jakub Franc, who is also in charge of a team of UX designers in one of the best Czech startups. An interview about scents in offices, about the need to have one’s own territory in an open-space office and about when people can get lost in the workplace. An interview about the soul inside office walls.
They’re usually the first people you see when you step into an office building. No matter whether it’s a small business or a corporation, their work is to keep the whole place going. Receptionists. The people who know everything about a company. Absolutely EVERYTHING.