Deloitte has officially changed its address. It has recently moved its Prague branch to new offices in project Churchill. The company has taken over more than 12,000 m2. Employees can use open-space, small offices, café, gym or so-called quiet rooms where they will feel like in a cosy living room.
Property Forum and RICS are organizing Prague Property Forum for the third time this year. Just like in previous years, leading decision makers in real estate will come together in Prague to discuss the future of our industry. As a media partner of the event, #MORETHANOFFICE warmly invites you to join Prague Property Forum 2019.
Why will English decline as an international business language? Who should design collaborative spaces? Why are office desks getting smaller? Read on to check out our interview with Rainer Bogner, Lead Country Manager at ExxonMobil BSC Czechia.
Michal Pohludka writes about work at multinationals. With a detached view, humor, and the kind of empathy you’ll only rarely see in a top manager. “Hungarians don’t quite love work, but they know how to talk about it for a long time. And the French? I’m amazed they still exist,” he says for example of workers from other countries.
Modern offices should be smart, but beyond that, they should be friendly. Every innovation should be measured mainly by its real benefit for people—after all, we spend up to 90% of our time in buildings. Those will be the key ideas at the Friendly Buildings professional conference this November in Prague, which will be presenting the latest in PropTech (Property + Technology) trends. That means digital technologies and solutions for modern buildings. We've got tickets for you - read more!