HolidayPirates Will Continue Working Remotely

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Online travel deals platform HolidayPirates continues to work remotely as the company moves its global headquarters to Berlin.

HolidayPirates implemented a remote-first working policy before the start of the pandemic but the pandemic played a major role in accelerating remote work. The company has employees from 40 countries as it operates in ten international markets.

The German company will move to the new headquarters on September 1.

The company is adopting a ‘hub and spoke’ model which gives their staff the flexibility to collaborate at an official headquarters and in WeWork’s flexible spaces.

“It made sense that we had a remote-first policy throughout the pandemic, but as we slowly and cautiously move out of the grip of Covid-19, we want to provide all our colleagues access to collaborative spaces. Our HQ and ‘hub’ will be in Berlin, but all our colleagues scattered across the world will have access to meet, work and collaborate in great and central locations.”David Armstrong, Chief Executive

“As companies begin to embrace hybrid working and flexibility, the right workspace has never been so important. We are confident the HolidayPirates team will thrive in their new WeWork HQ – designed to foster collaboration, creativity and company culture – while also benefiting from our portfolio of inspiring workspaces across the globe through WeWork All Access.”Niki Kolev, WeWork managing director northern and central eastern Europe

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