There is still value in the office!

Our offices of March 2020 and before: are they fit for the post lockdown world? Do we need to adapt? What solutions could be implemented? There are a lot of questions – some businesses will know the answer and others will not yet have given proper thought. With an adapting workforce, what offerings do youContinue reading “There is still value in the office!”

Seek out opportunities during disruption

The light is shining at the end of the tunnel. The buzz and excitement of visiting cities, visiting the office and most importantly seeing 3D people! Gosh imagine that first handshake or hug (when allowed)! The positive feel at the moment is good BUT we must also not forget that we can’t just return toContinue reading “Seek out opportunities during disruption”

The office is dead. The office is dead. Bull&%$t

The office is dead. The office is dead. Bullshit!  Is it me or does it feel like a war of words at the moment between corporates – some pushing for a return to the office, others advertising a more remote future for the business and then others like PwC formalising a hybrid working model. ButContinue reading “The office is dead. The office is dead. Bull&%$t”

Does our entire lives need to be a hybrid?

No matter which side of the fence you are on it is clear – a hybrid working model, mixing remote and office working is here to stay. This does not mean that everyone will work from home and this does not mean you won’t be able to work in the office full-time but more theContinue reading “Does our entire lives need to be a hybrid?”

Can we print our way out of a crisis?

The concept of a housing crisis is discussed in many contexts each day. The housing crisis or problem is nothing new, it’s just become topical to highlight it more. The housing crisis has been many years in the making caused by a lack of new houses being built. The public sector has abandoned large scaleContinue reading “Can we print our way out of a crisis?”

After the storm comes the rays of sunshine (hopefully)

On 16 March 2020 the lives of many changed. On the same date the previously bustling buildings in our towns and cities suddenly became rows of empty chairs, desks, floors and so forth. The workplaces of many are reduced to kitchen worktops and sofas. The ordering of office furniture sees a sudden surge as theContinue reading “After the storm comes the rays of sunshine (hopefully)”

Some reflections on what next!

In an unprecedented year for many of us there is a lot to look back on and feel that progress has been made. There are however areas where more needs to be done.  In 2020, Proptech has become more familiar within the everyday. There is now a significant number of proptech businesses in both theContinue reading “Some reflections on what next!”