Office on wheels with all mod cons hits capital to help remote workers
Poland’s first rentable office on wheels has opened for business in Warsaw, bringing some of the benefits of an office to the workers rather than the workers having to commute to the office.
The office, a converted Ford van, comes with Wifi, air conditioning and a video wall along with tables and chairs.
It is also equipped with disinfectant to help keep surfaces virus free, and masks and disposable gloves, while a foldable awning provides cover for outdoor meetings.
The creators of Biuronakółkach believe the mobile office can fill a gap in the market created by the pandemic when people working remotely need to meet their colleagues but do not want to deal with the risks of having to enter a big office building.
But they also say the office on wheels can be used for a variety of purposes, and suit companies both large and small.
Piotr Steć, co-creator of Biuronakółkach said: “We want the clients to forget that they work ‘in the field’.
“It could be suitable, for example, for property development companies that do not have a stationary office on the investment site.
“But I also think interest could come from real estate agencies, banks, insurance companies and consultancies.”
Companies could use the office, which can also come with a driver, to take their services to clients, rather waiting for clients, who may be reluctant to travel, to come to them.