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?
We debated what the real drives are behind a connected workspace. One thing that we all agreed on was that the millennial expectation of a workplace is high. They want to work in a destination that offers much than just a standard office space. Not only will satisfying this demand create a more appealing workplace and help drive recruitment, but the ROI associated with a connected workspace is extremely trackable. Leveraging this network data will allow you to gain a new level of business intelligence and to drive a real data-driven culture based on facts, instead of predictions and drive transparency within a company.
Read more here for a recap of the event, where Dan spoke to Verdict about the added value of wireless charging, how it can improve productivity in the workplace and the impact that data insight can have on businesses’ bottom-line.
This month we announced that Ingram Micro Inc as the first distribution partner to offer our smart wireless charging solution to its customers in the U.S. and Latin America, which will help accelerate the growth of scaled wireless power as well as the adoption of Chargifi platform in this key market. Read more on our blog
Chargifi featured as one of the UK urban tech startups to watch by TechWorld News. Smart cities continue to gain more prominence as we get closer to meeting the ‘everything connected’ predictions of over 50 billion connected devices by 2020 and it seems the UK government is also hopeful about this prediction, believing that urban technologies are what will make this possible.
We’ll be joining HPE Aruba at the APAC Atmosphere 2018 in Bangkok from Sep 4th-6th to create the vision and look at the technology that can enable smart wireless charging for your business and venues. If you’d like to meet us there, please do get in touch
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