Step by step countries are removing restrictions on non-essential office work. And while many employees have discovered the benefits of homework, many of them also long to return to the office, albeit not entirely in the same way as before. The task to coordinate this in a safe and forward looking way is not an
A few years ago I used to commute regularly by car between Belgium and the Netherlands. Just imagine, constantly sitting 6 or 7 hours behind the wheel! Pure waste of time: no way of doing something useful with it such as conference calls while keeping my eyes fixed on the road. And the non-productive down
Today’s demand for flexible mobility options is higher than ever. De Watergroep quickly picked up on this increasing need as well and decided to hunt down a system that could offer its employees the freedom to choose between various modes of transport. Vaigo turned out to be their preferred mobility platform. Over 1,500 employees travel
On Thursday 7 November 2019, the Fleet Europe Awards ceremony took place in Estoril, Portugal. Vaigo was nominated in the category ‘Smart Mobility Start-Up of the Year’ and managed to obtain the first place and claim the prize. Hard work pays off!
Did you know that the average employee loses about 35 working days (!) due to traffic jams? A significant number, yet we can’t avoid mobility. Everyone needs it, whether that’s for work, hobbies, meetings or traveling. Moreover, mobility should be affordable, efficient, safe and sustainable. Unfortunately, not everyone is willing to swap their (company) car
As VRT wanted to make its employees’ commute more sustainable, the Flemish public broadcaster started looking for a flexible solution that could offer employees the choice on how to travel to work. Vaigo had the honour to assist VRT in its search for a more sustainable commute. Living in a society where we no longer