Posts Tagged ‘remote working’

We often hear people talk about the importance of maintaining a good work-life balance and how flexibility plays an important role. For more and more professionals working requires only having a laptop and a solid Internet connection. Remote working has become a well-established trend where going to the office is no...

With one in seven people now working from home, creating your own office space is becoming less of a luxury and more of a necessity. What’s more, turning one of your spare rooms into a work area could increase your home’s value. Whether you’re looking at becoming a remote worker, or you simply want to add a little bit...

Technology has changed almost every facet of human life. Even within a short span of five to ten years technology has delivered amazing solutions and revolutionised shopping, social networking, banking, communications, brand management, and so on. So obviously, workplace design has to change massively as well. There...

When it comes to iconic images of London, the traditional red booth stands alongside double-decker buses, black taxis and the London Underground site. The red telephone box is a treasured part of British culture. It was voted the nation’s greatest design achievement. However, the use of smartphones has been steadily...

Companies across the world are finally beginning to unlock the potential that video conferencing has been offering for some time. Due to innovations in technology and improved services, the video conferencing industry has become more popular. However, in a lot of organisations and businesses, both big and small,...

Winning business is a tough time for any kind of company or person – no matter how good they are at sealing a deal. With that said, the next level up for any kind of business is to secure Chinese business! Working within the Chinese market as a foreign business owner is tough – and the Chinese market is notoriously...

Words by Benedict Smith, Head of Content at hubbul, the home of freelancing. Not too long ago, the minute you left school or finished university, the done thing was to go and land that ‘job-for-life’. You know the sort, a one-job-career in a company offering ‘great progression’, where you can laze around in the...