Eguchi: I would love to use oVice as a way to interact with young people. As we work remotely, there are fewer opportunities to chat with the person sitting next to us. I think that creating a space for bonding with colleagues would liven up the company. Of course, there’s the motivation part – we are going to be more excited to work if we have fun doing it.
Kakuda: As for our oVice utilization policy, since we are a startup, I am looking forward to expanding the team. We already have teammates from all over the country but, using oVice, we can start hiring abroad. This is the culture I want to expand in the future.
I want to increase the number of people using oVice as a hub for verbal communication.
These were mainly internal uses but, outside of that, I would be happy to invite people from other departments and host seminars in oVice. Then, people would be able to talk to event staff and ask their questions after the presentation is over. Not having such interactions is probably a challenge event planners are facing during the pandemic.
By using oVice, we would be able to comfortably answer our clients’ questions after a seminar. I have many ideas about ways to use oVice and I hope to implement them eventually.
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