IWG, a Belgian provider of flexible workspaces, has inked a deal with a Vietnamese partner to secure a stronger footprint in the nation's hybrid working sector.
Hybrid working is gaining traction in Vietnam’s labour market, meaning altered work patterns for the market and considerations over new office functions.
The boom in hybrid working is proving to be a boon to investors and entrepreneurs seeking new partnership opportunities. And IWG is leading the way.
With competition for rents, services, and building quality, the emergence of green offices and hybrid or agile working is attracting tenants. Matthew Powell, director of Savills Hanoi, and Hoang Nguyet Minh, senior director of Savills Hanoi’s Commercial Leasing, shared the latest insights and trends for Hanoi’s office market and discussed solutions for pressing occupier concerns.
Grade-A offices – like Capital Place in Hanoi – have gained momentum this year as tenants begin to make meaningful assessments of new hybrid working arrangements.
Hybrid working has improved total employee well-being, work-life balance, and performance in Vietnam, according to a new global Cisco study.
To meet with the future of work, the online food delivery application BAEMIN has rolled out the hybrid working model for employees across the country, effective from March 14. At the same time, BAEMIN also introduced several in-office and virtual initiatives to increase employee engagement in the face of the new normal.
The hybrid office is emerging as an effective working model for businesses across the country, offering clear advantages over previous solutions. Tu Thi Hong An, director of Commercial Leasing at Savills Ho Chi Minh City, talked with VIR's Bich Ngoc about the combined office model and development trends in the Vietnamese market.
As the business landscape becomes increasingly digital, companies have been expanding their technology capabilities at a rapid pace. They are not talking about a single platform, single cloud vendor approach, but a hybrid cloud approach: one that enables them to derive 2.5 times more value on average.
Ford said Thursday it will triple production of hybrid and plug-in electric vehicles by 2013 as it challenges industry leader Toyota and prepares to meet tough new fuel efficiency rules.
The German luxury carmaker BMW unveiled on Monday its long-awaited new brand, BMW i, with two new models to be equipped with electric and hybrid drive systems from 2013.
The makers of the Elf vehicle tout it as the future of environmentally friendly urban transport, combining pedal power with battery propulsion and solar charging.
Leading Taiwanese tech firm Asus unveiled a hybrid device which combines a laptop, tablet and mobile phone on Monday in what it hailed as a "world first".
Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada challenged automakers on Monday to step up sales of hybrid vehicles in the United States, calling them "a long bridge" into the future.
Partners with more than 50 per cent of their revenue related to the cloud have been benefiting from higher gross profit, more new customers, increased revenue per employee and faster overall business growth, according to a new IDC study, sponsored by Microsoft Corp., released today at the company’s annual partner conference.