Are you a remote worker?
- March 31, 2020
Remote workers have several options to choose from. One may work from the convenience of his/her room, from a coffee shop, a…Read More
The world after the Corona virus attack will never be the same. Now that the vicious virus is still spreading everywhere, some logical conclusions can be made about the workspaces market after mankind will recover.
One massive change is that a huge amount of people will work remotely. After the forced home curfew for weeks, people and companies got used to the idea that work can be made from home and does not necessarily have to be at the office.
This is a giant step. What started by the digital nomads movement and single day a week work-from-home benefit, shall become full time remote working mainstream. Now let’s think about it, if people can work from home than they can work from anywhere, right?
So now, that we have so many folks working remotely, they will soon realize that they may combine business and pleasure. More and more people will understand that they can travel the world and work part or full time. All you need is a good internet connection, your laptop with you and you are ready to work anywhere.
You don’t have to plan your vacation for a few months in advance. you don’t have to take the whole two weeks off from work just because you’re on vacation. you can combine your travel with some work. That way you are not limited to the X amount of holiday/vacation days per year. You are free to spread your travel any way you like!
The work environment as we knew it is about to change. What used to be the majority, corporate office buildings with thousands of local employees will shrink. Let’s take a look at the major shifts that are coming to this area.
Public workspaces after the dust clears are expected to:
Office buildings and companies offices are a different story. They are expected to lose their current market share as more and more companies will realize that working remotely is way cheaper and it’s what workers want. Employees will gladly avoid wasting from an hour to three hours every day just to commute to and from work, not to mention the extra cost burden it caries.
For deskon niche, this is great news. More people working remotely means more people are traveling. More people traveling need a place to work for a couple of days or a couple of weeks.
This is the breakthrough of deskon. The same way that Airbnb and similar services offered better alternatives to hotels, deskon is offering a better alternative for public workspaces.
So let’s be careful and responsible to protect ourselves and our loved ones and keep our fingers crossed that this outbreak will be over soon.