Founded in 2019, the insurance company has hosted regular meetings in Oculus’s Horizon Workrooms thanks to the company’s investment in virtual reality.
It is Hubb’s goal to provide customers with new and flexible ways to work with the usage-based broker by utilising a virtual workspace. Using the metaverse, hubb is creating a hybrid working environment in which employees rotate through a shared virtual space on a regular basis.
New employees will be able to connect with senior staff in a more personal and productive way, while still allowing them to work from home, thanks to the company’s decision. With the help of a metaverse accelerator, hubb is ensuring continued adoption of metaverse technology as well as helping the company stay on top of new developments.
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For hubb, the move to virtual environments of the metaverse is more than just a convenient working practise; it also symbolises the company’s client-led philosophy, allowing us to meet our customers where they are, whether that be on a sunny beachfront or the summit of Everest.”
This metaverse-driven technology has already allowed us to conduct board meetings in Horizon Workrooms, as well as engage with clients. First, we’re making sure that we’ll never miss an opportunity to put customers at ease – wherever they are and whatever preferences they have.”