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    The future of work needs more humanity

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 20th October 2021

    Across the world, business leaders are set to spend $656 billion on planning for the future of work this year – a 17.4% increase from 2020. But how can we effectively plan when the future is still a little unpredictable?

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  • Your Safety

    Post pandemic workplace trends

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 10th October 2021

    The future of work is changing and it can all be linked to a post pandemic society. Our guide has four of the newest trends employees may experience over the coming year. At Argyll, we can help support your new way of working by offering flexible office space in 35 prime London locations. Discover the four future work trends which are being integrated into existing company culture.

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  • Outdoor meeting King William Street

    Air flow and aerobic commutes: the perks of the post-pandemic office

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 6th October 2021

    Whether it’s improved tech to facilitate Zoom meetings or a flexible lease to support a new hybrid model, 2021’s workplace is different. But despite the media’s lengthy debate over ‘the future of work’, what actually are the key ingredients of a post-pandemic office?

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  • Post-pandemic event

    Hosting summer work events with Argyll

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 9th September 2021

    Summer work events have the potential to supply companies with a plethora of positive benefits. With us, summer work events can become a breeze. We are dedicated to creating environments the entire team can enjoy and handling the minor details so you can stay focused on your work. Discover how we can help you host exceptional summer work events in London now.

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  • Post-pandemic event

    Top tips for post-pandemic events

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 9th September 2021

    Last month, 425 people travelled from 13 countries to attend a four-day TED conference in California. A happy occasion for professionals who had been separated for over 18 months – even more so when they learnt that not one subsequent Covid case was reported! So, how can businesses mirror this successful approach to corporate events post-pandemic?

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  • City of London

    Our city is more than where the office is

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 25th August 2021

    Some Londoners opted to temporarily leave the city in pursuit of greener lockdown pastures in 2020. However, we have seen the capital filling up month-on-month this year, with professionals steadily returning to their offices and, in turn, their beloved coffee spots, lunchtime haunts and post work bars.

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  • Michelin House Lounge

     What is a Coworking space? Benefits & features

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 25th July 2021

    The first coworking spaces began appearing in the early 2000s but they have recently experienced a surge in popularity. If you are wondering whether a coworking space is right for your needs, then this article should help answer all your questions. With over 30 prime locations across London, we are sure we have the right office solution for your organisation. 

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  • King William Street terrace

    Back to business – the wining and dining revival

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 15th July 2021

    According to a study recently commissioned by London North Eastern Railway, the business lunch is set for a revival. 48% of respondents thought virtual lunches or coffees were no replacement for the in-person experience and 94% said they were better communicators in face-to-face meetings.

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  • Back to the office

    The Prime Minister commits to the office

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 1st July 2021

    Earlier this month, The Telegraph’s Ben Riley-Smith reported that Boris Johnson is committed to returning workers to offices and is fundamentally opposed to permanent homeworking. After the postponement of the long-awaited ‘Freedom Day’ in June, this vote of confidence in the workplace was a welcome headline. 

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