The State Of Work

#42 - Can remote work help to reinvent our cities and the way we live?





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Flexibility will be for everyone. It doesn't mean that full remote will be for everyone but more flexibility will become the standard.

Arnaud Devigne

Co-founder and Co-CEO of Jobgether

About Arnaud

Arnaud lives between Marseille and Menorca. He has been passionate about Tech and the Web for 25 years. He started his career as a strategy consultant with Accenture and Capgemini Consulting Telecom & Media. After having managed the marketing of the classifieds activities of SoLocal, he joined Google France in 2009 to develop the marketing team before devoting himself, as CEO, to the launch of marketplaces for Rocket Internet/Jumia in Africa. In 2016, Arnaud joined Indeed as General Manager France where he established the brand and made the job search engine the leader in the French market.

Convinced of the need for tech players to contribute to the development of the economy, Arnaud has initiated several #tech4good digital awareness programs for the general public, students, and businesses, in partnership with public authorities and giants of tech such as Google, and Facebook. In 2019, he contributed to the Min. of Economy and Finance, to define the “talent” initiatives from which French Tech players benefit today before co-founding HRTech Jobgether.

Arnaud is a graduate of Sciences Po, Dauphine, and an MBA from the University of Ottawa.

Can remote work help to reinvent our cities and the way we live?

What will life in the city centres of the world look like in the future with an increasing remote workforce? That is exactly what host Sandra is talking about with Arnaud Devigne, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Jobgether. 

Arnaud has some very interesting thoughts and ideas about how remote and hybrid work will affect the downtowns and CBDs around the globe, and what companies and governments can do to reinvent these spaces.

They also talk about the change in company cultures and that throwing a pizza party is no longer enough to make employees come to the office. 


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