The Future of Work Will Happen in Kumospace Virtual Offices

By Brett Martin, Yang Mou

Leaders Face an Existential Question: Does Remote Work Actually Work?

Work gets done, but remote employees feel isolated and disaffected. Managers can’t support teams that they can’t see. Low morale, poor engagement, and high attrition are constant struggles.

For anxious managers, the easy solution is to ignore employees’ preference for flexibility, abandon the cost savings of WFH, and force a return to the office. This is not just wishful thinking, but a losing strategy for retaining top talent. Companies have a simple choice: adapt or be left behind. The future of work is distributed, and businesses must evolve to meet work where it happens. LinkedIn job board data perfectly illustrated this reality.


What is The Office of the Future?

Kumospace is building the office of the future – a virtual one that places humans first. The offices are purposefully designed to help teams feel connected and together again. For a fraction of the cost of commercial real estate (see average office space cost by major US city), Kumospace virtual offices are accessible from anywhere in the world with an internet connection. Teams can operate with all the benefits of a physical office while maintaining the flexibility of working remotely.

Build Relationships and Trust

Unlike pre-pandemic productivity tools, Kumospace virtual offices foster genuine conversations that build relationships and trust. Employees feel more connected, better aligned, and highly motivated to do their best work. Training and development become fun and engaging. New hires onboard effectively and ramp quickly.

Stay in the Loop

Designed for distributed teams, Kumospace provides everyone with real-time visibility of what is happening. Teammates stay in the loop. Managers can quickly identify problems and provide support. No more wasting time wondering who is actually available.

Collaborate Without Meetings

Built with innovation in mind, Kumospace eliminates the friction to collaborate. A virtual shoulder tap can reach a resolution that would have otherwise required scheduling multiple meetings. Instead of playing calendar Tetris, projects move at the speed of decision-making.

The Future of Work is Kumospace.

The future of work isn’t soulless cubicles. The future of work isn’t endless video calls where everyone has their camera off. The future of work is human, and it is already happening in Kumospace. Set up your virtual office for free today.

Transform the way your team works from anywhere.

A virtual office in Kumospace lets teams thrive together by doing their best work no matter where they are geographically.

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Brett Martin

Brett Martin is the President & Co-Founder of Kumospace. He has spent his career as a serial entrepreneur, either building or investing in technology startups. To date, he has invested in over 60 companies through his fund, Charge Ventures. Brett and his companies have received numerous awards and have been featured in hundreds of media outlets. Outside of tech, Brett founded an indie rock band, started a non-profit, and sailed 6,000 miles on a 30ft sailboat.

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Yang Mou

Yang Mou is the Co-founder & CEO of Kumospace, a virtual office platform where teams show up. Prior to founding Kumospace, he led member-facing technology efforts as a Staff Software Engineer at Oscar Health (NYSE: OSCR). When not working, Yang enjoys skiing, scotch, and StarCraft. And sometimes, can be found roaming the blackjack tables of Las Vegas.

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