Post-pandemic predictions for corporate accommodation

Feb 03 | 2022

Vivi Cahyadi Himmel, CEO and Co-Founder of corporate housing specialist AltoVita, looks at the future of corporate housing and what the industry needs to do to meet client expectations.

Vivi Cahyadi Himmel  The corporate housing sector has had its fair share of turbulence in the last 18 months, but despite the fact that the sector has undergone significant change, the success of remote working has reignited the demand for flexible corporate accommodation. Now with the ability to work remotely demystified, 2022 will see employers put corporate relocation back on the map for good.  

One of the biggest shifts we’ll see moving forward is companies - both big and small - making a conscious choice to adopt flexible working policies to support the growing demand in ‘work from anywhere’ and ‘revenge travel’ (the desire to travel more than before the pandemic) as a way of attracting and retaining the best talent around. At the same time, these businesses need to find a way for their corporate travel to co-exist with sustainability, by re-evaluating booking processes, locations, and the impact of their working habits in the new age of sustainable global mobility. 

Rise of Revenge Travel and Working from Anywhere
‘Working from anywhere’ and ‘revenge travel’ are gaining traction in corporate environments and quickly replacing office rhetoric ...

Photo: Vivi Cahyadi Himmel, CEO and Co-Founder, AltoVita.

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