For many, including us, the nine-to-five working concept already feels as old-fashioned as a floppy disk. This has never been truer than for millennials – who now account for more than one-third of the global workforce. But how, might you ask, do I cast my net and pull them in?
Long gone are the days of working 9 to 5 in soulless grey cubicles. Today’s workforce want to work in spaces that are positive, inspiring, productive, collaborative and good for their wellbeing. With staff retention and recruitment major pain points for many businesses, providing staff with a workspace that meets their expectation is key. Spaces must allow staff to feel included and welcome, while also allowing a seamless and productive working experience.
Google had it spot on earlier this month at Google I/O 2018, when they featured ‘Dave’s Hierarchy of Needs’, with power being the basis for everything: No power = no internet, no emails, no applications, no nothing. This is why we are so passionate about building the infrastructure needed to power the future.
Now with our funding round completed and summer around the corner, thoughts for many are turning to holidays, but not for the team at Chargifi.
We’ve just returned from HITEC Amsterdam (read our recap here), where we met with hospitality leaders to discuss the most effective way to manage and monitor wireless power for their businesses. Smart wireless power is clearly in high demand, bringing value for both brands and guests in connection with analytics. This is further proven with our latest case study with a global hotel client – it’s no longer ‘if’ wireless power is deployed, but ‘when’ and ‘how’.