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Working anywhere, anytime is a trend that began some years ago and has since taken off in a big way. The digital age offers endless opportunities in IT and communications, and we have access to an infinite amount of available data. No more barriers, and no more need for a dedicated workstation like an office.
Working without interruption, having personal meetings and making calls (including video calls) are no longer things we do at the office, and why would we? They require limited space, digital facilities are considered a commodity these days, and the coffee tends to taste a lot better at the little bar around the corner. Remote working is the solution: at home, at a bar or café, or in a co-working space.
We believe the solution is an individual, semi-private workspace where you have access only to essential tools such as a computer keyboard and monitor. At your desk, your latte macchiato is always within reach and your charging cable can be connected whenever you run out of juice… Where your laptop, documents, and phone can be hidden from sight while your immediate work environment looks impeccable… and where noise and hustle and bustle no longer keep you from working. That’s why we’re launching the FocusPod: a place where working is a joy and that makes your off-duty life even more fun and relaxing.
At a time of rapid advances in ‘working anywhere, anytime’ solutions, we all need to tap into our creativity a little more, not just digitally but also – especially – mentally and physically. Working anywhere, anytime is here to stay, and the solution is within easy reach. This is certainly true for us, team FocusPod: four thinkers and doers who have been resourceful in exploring ways of working outside the traditional office setting. We challenged each other to come up with solutions that are relevant, viable, and sustainable, which is how we first floated the idea for the FocusPod.