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Bill Gates predicts that 50% of business travel and 30% of office life will disappear in the post-COVID-19 period

According to the founder of Microsoft, companies will be far more likely to question the fact of taking a trip “just to talk things over”.

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  • According to the founder of Microsoft, companies will be far more likely to question the fact of taking a trip “just to talk things over”.
  • Business trips are reduced by more than 50% and more than 30% of office life disappears.
Bill Gates predicts that 50% of business travel and 30% of office life will disappear in the post-COVID-19 period
Bill Gates predicts that 50% of business travel and 30% of office life will disappear in the post-COVID-19 period

COVID-19 came and made us rethink the way we work. The Home office It grew exponentially, and business meetings turned into business video calls. It’s not a secret to anyone that the hybrid model will stay here.

In this context, Bill Gates, predicts that in a post-SARS-CoV-2 era, business travel will be reduced by more than 50% and more than 30% of office life will disappear. The businessman made these statements in at the DealBook conference The New York Times.

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According to the founder of Microsoft, Businesses will begin to question the fact of traveling “just to discuss things” so it is likely that business travel will no longer be common.

“We’ll keep going to the office and going on business trips, but much less,” said the billionaire. In October, his tech company announced to employees that they could work from home for at least 50% of their working hours.

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