Wojo has joined forces with Lagardère & Connexions to inaugurate a coworking space in a Relay store at Annemasse station
. But this time, it is in the heart of a train station that the coworking specialist has set up shop. Indeed, the new Wojo address is none other than the Annemasse train station, to which the arrival of the Léman Express has given a new strategic dimension as well as a new face.
To access this key business travel axis – Annemasse is to become the fourth station in the region with 4 million passengers per year – Wojo has turned to a new partner: Lagardère & Connexions. This new collaboration allows it to take place in a Relay shop in the station. In total, 80 m² of business facilities have been installed, on a total surface of nearly 170 m². Among the services offered are a secure high-speed WiFi network, a photocopying service, secure lockers, individual work tables, a phone box, and a relaxation area with a TV, sofa and library. A small meeting room for four people is also included.
All this is
supervised by the Relay store manager.
The advent of teleworking is redrawing the boundaries of the office
” The world of work is undergoing a profound rethink,” says Stéphane Bensimon, CEO of Wojo. ” The advent of remote work is redrawing the boundaries of the office. An office always less than 10 minutes away from you, that’s our leitmotiv. We are very proud of this partnership with Lagardère Travel Retail France and the SNCF to develop our network in France, and hopefully soon further afield!
The inauguration of Wojo at Annemasse station opens the way for further expansion of the Wojo network, which already has strong support from the Accor group in the hotel sector. If this first experiment proves successful – both for Wojo and for Lagardère & Connexions, which has made the Relay in Annemasse station a “Gare du Quotidien” pilot store – Wojo’s address book could expand even further. And it could get even closer to the meeting points used by business customers. The coworking specialist intends to observe how business travelers receive this new site until the beginning of 2022. If successful, this experiment could well accelerate Wojo’s current national coverage, which currently plans to deploy 1,000 locations in Europe.
pe by 2023.
I’m Michelle, and I love to travel. As a former hotel expert for one of the world’s largest hotel chains, I’ve stayed in nearly every type of room imaginable (including many that were not so desirable!). Nowadays, I am fortunate enough to be able to explore the world on my own terms. From international flights to learning different languages, there is nothing too far out of reach!