Since the beginning of lock-down policies, many professionals and companies have been facing new challenges through remote working. Now that we are barely starting to adjust to this new reality, we have to prepare for our way back to the office, as lock-down restrictions are gradually being lifted.
Our partner Kenjo.io asked us to share our thoughts about the future of offices and how this pandemic changed the way we work.
With the vision to create a place where innovation and collaboration between start-ups and corporates would be centrepiece, Barcelona Health Hub chose Daysk to solve its space and community management needs.
SUCCESS CASE: How XPCAT, PRBB and Daysk are boosting knowledge transfer and networking opportunities through smart spaces & community management.
When Daysk started the conversation about a deployment with PRBB, the Park was mainly using Outlook as its go-to source for room management, with a lot to be improved.
By using Daysk to centralize all access and bookings of their space (meeting rooms, desks and events), Barrabes’ goals of transforming their offices in a HUB for innovation, hosting talents, corporates and startups was a hit.
Daysk, a marketplace specialized in workspace rental, has closed a €200,000 Seed funding round, led by Finaves, the investment fund of the IESE business school and Pearson Capital, as well as other private investors.
The future of work for many industries will be remote first not remote sometimes. If your company is not doing it now, learn how to start preparing your culture for the big change.