Business Link, housed at the new Visionary building, is Prague’s largest provider of coworking spaces and premium offices. It offers infrastructure for freelancers, startups, small businesses, and corporate representatives. What do they appreciate about it? And what do they find to be the biggest advantages of a coworking environment?
Over the last decade, a number of companies have gradually adopted the concept of flex work. The growth of digital and communication technologies enabling the remote interconnection of employees and whole teams has played a major role in this process.
You’ve already got potted plants at your office, and green vertical walls and trees on your rooftop terrace. So what next? Now you need to install moss at your workplace. As much as you can! Taking its green tufts as a brush, you can compose a variety of pictures, decorations, and wall logos.
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.
In our digital age, is the paper business card just a retro collector’s item? Has it been replaced by things like LinkedIn profiles and cards with virtual holograms? For now – it seems – the traditional calling card is unlikely to die out; it often is still the only physical memento of a business meeting.
Coffee comes first. And coffee is actually the foundation around which many new offices’ interiors are shaped. You’ll even find coffee mentioned in every fourth job ad, and employee productivity is stunted not only by procrastination, but also by procaffeination: the pathological delaying of duties until after coffee time.