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  • People want to see hybrid workplaces post-pandemic
  • People want to see hybrid workplaces post-pandemic
    JP Lockwood (2020) ©
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People want to see hybrid workplaces post-pandemic

Office blocks – once de rigeur, then unthinkable – will soon become a viable reality again. But with old working norms washed away, people are getting creative about what the daily grind should look like. In this context, brands are expected to innovate the hybrid workspace of tomorrow.

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