Wireless Charging

Flexible working hubs, the missed opportunity for hotels

Flexible working hubs, the missed opportunity for hotels

Like most sectors, the hospitality industry is always looking for new ways to diversify and attract new customers. Hotels by their very nature sell space, and we are seeing an increasing number exploring how they use their various kinds of real estate – rooms, restaurants, bars and lobbies – to better serve customers, and ultimately increase sales and profits.

Reflecting on MWC 2018: The realities of a wireless world are within reach

Reflecting on MWC 2018: The realities of a wireless world are within reach

We have just returned from the whirlwind that is Mobile World Congress and wanted to reflect on all that we saw, heard and experienced whilst we were in Barcelona. Chargifi deployed wireless power across Intel Capital's suites to enable its guests, customers and employees to stay charged up.

Chargifi featured on Business Leader Podcast

Chargifi featured on Business Leader Podcast

In the tenth episode of the Business Leader Podcast, we interview Dan Bladen, the founder of wireless charging company, Chargifi.Dan speaks with us about starting the company, the advantages wireless charging play in business and technology, and how they are helping world-leading companies and sports venues.

Making the Connected Hospitality Vision a Reality with Wireless Charging

Making the Connected Hospitality Vision a Reality with Wireless Charging

Over the past couple of months the Chargifi team has been immersed in the hospitality world, attending events such as HNTG and HOSPACE, and we have experienced real interest in wireless charging and technology innovation from this sector.  This is being driven by the trend for connected hospitality – a digital guest experience with the smartphone at the centre of it

5 Benefits of Wireless Charging in the Workplace

5 Benefits of Wireless Charging in the Workplace

Over the past ten years, smartphones have become an integral part of life at the office. Employers have finally gotten used to their presence, and have even found ways to harness their employees’ personal devices for productivity gains. 40% of employers are now creating custom mobile applications for specific business processes. Slack, Zoom, Dropbox and other enterprise tools mean an employee can get legitimate work done while away from their desk.