How This ‘Shark Tank’ Startup Is Catering to the New World of Work

Businesses like Cubicall are betting that flexible, pandemic-informed spaces will shape the office of the future.

WHY IT MATTERS:

  • Only 11% of companies expect employees to return to work arrangements as they were before the pandemic.
  • The office model of the future will be smaller and more flexible, with fewer workers in a space at any given time, as more employers adopt a hybrid work-from-home/office model.
  • Amid a changed landscape, businesses like Cubicall are preparing for workers’ return with modular office solutions designed to prevent the spread of germs and keep employees safe.

Many things have changed over the past year, chief among them the way we work and where we do it. When COVID-19 threw the world into lockdown, those who could adopted a work-from-home lifestyle almost overnight, quickly illuminating just how many jobs could be done without a centralized physical workplace.

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Bhrugu leads our Technology Services group advising clients on technology strategy and implementation with responsibility for the development of technology products, services, and solutions that enable AArete client service teams worldwide to drive client performance improvement and digital transformation programs. He directs an international team of designers, technologists, and MBAs in building and integrating commercial and open-source platforms in analytics, data engineering/big data, data science, custom application development, and UX/UI design.