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What the hospitality sector can teach the hybrid office

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The new key function of the office is clear. We go to the office for what we lack at home: personal contact with colleagues. This is both a social and business need. We want to see the most personally meaningful people at work, usually our direct team members. The team is the platform on which trust is best organised, and it forms the basis of the post-pandemic office.

The office will change, but co-working offices and business travel will change even more radically. The new hybrid world will be dominated by distributed teams and will seek flexible solutions that connect people to the company culture and organisation.

In our CRE - Our industry today, tomorrow & beyond report we look at how offices need to take some tips from hotels on how to become great spaces - while hotels can learn how to cater to workers.

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Annick Vandenbulcke

Head of Occupier Advisory | Managing Director

Brussels (Colliers)

As Head of Occupier Advisory I help clients to develop real estate solutions that support their business strategy. Wheather they want to improve their image, optimize their finances, support growth or create a cultural change, their real estate can help achieve these challanges.  With a large experience in workplace strategy, tenant representation and office fitout I can provide advice throughout the whole real estate process. 

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