The coronavirus pandemic that has been raging in Spain since March has forced thousands of companies and employees to implement systems to work from home that, until now, were a rarity. Before the health crisis, only 7% of Spaniards worked from home. That figure is well below the European average, which stands at 17%, and that of the United States, where 20% of the working population operated in this way before the outbreak of Covid-19, according to a study by the International Labour Organization (ILO).
In the face of this challenge, some have identified a market niche with the need for new workspaces. Such is the case of the Canarian company Spases, which is offering individual workspaces in tourist flats throughout Spain so that companies can guarantee their employees safe and quiet places to carry out their activity.