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What the Workation Trend Means for the Agrotourism Market

With the roll-out of vaccines and easing of restrictions in European countries at the beginning of summer, Europeans were finally able to plan and enjoy their holidays after a year that was anything but relaxing. Or at least predictable. 

From holidays by the seaside to excursions up in the mountains, Europeans became tourists again. Except this time with a clear predilection for secluded or at least intimate places close to nature. Places that were perceived as safe. After all, why head to a crowded city where the risk of infection is generally higher compared to less dense areas? 

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How Real Estate Developers Can Increase the Value of a Residential Complex

At its offset, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted home sales and renting across both the EU and the US. Nevertheless, only months later the markets made a remarkable recovery, despite initially grim forecasts. Demand from stay-at-home employees has definitely played a role, as has the fiscal and monetary stimulus aimed at keeping economies afloat.

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Hybrid Work Model: 10 Reasons Why It’s Here To Stay, And What To Do About It.

The big question, once the pandemic is over: is it possible to combine the benefits of working remotely with the business-as-usual activity at the office? 

Well, studies show that not only is it possible, but it’s already happening. Here’s why the hybrid working model is a good thing, and how your company can take full advantage of it.

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Solving Remote Working Problems – Renting a Modular Office

2020 has been a whirlwind for all of us, and at some point this year, you may have experienced remote work for the first time.

And while maybe the first few days of waking up a bit late and wearing your pajamas to work were lit, the beauty soon started to wear off.

A few weeks into working from home, you might have run into a few remote working problems.

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Owning and Renting Out a Shared Proximity Office – Remote First Business Idea

You know as well as I do that this year has been weird. And I mean, weird weird. 

Most of us at the start of the year were doing things just fine. 

Waking up early, getting ready in the cold, dark winter mornings, driving our long, traffic-filled commute to work, losing precious time on the road, and going to the office. 

Until Corona turned things upside down, and we all had to start working from home.