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“Platforms like Zoom were excellent for businesses as a temporary pandemic solution, but like an impromptu medical tent, a temporary solution should not be permanent,” says Adam Riggs, Frameable CEO and former Shutterstock president. “Just as an office building or airport is designed, purpose-built virtual spaces should be beautiful, functional, inspiring, and wellness-aware; sweaty headsets and vanilla meeting platforms are not realistic solutions.”
July 1, 2022
Frameable CEO Adam Riggs spoke to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on how the company is building remote-first work-from-home technology that’s the ‘virtual equivalent of your office’.
June 22, 2022
Frameable CEO Adam Riggs on why the virtual work environments that succeed must be a simulacrum to physical office life.
June 13, 2022
In this Market Landscape Report, Wainhouse Research researched and reported on 20 social collaboration platform providers, including Frameable. The report also draws on the firm’s internal database of past qualitative and quantitative coverage of the enterprise communications market.
May 25, 2022
Frameable CEO and Founder Adam Riggs talks to Dave Graveline about how our platforms provide thoughtfully designed remote-first digital experiences.
May 27, 2022
Working virtually is having a positive impact on employee morale and productivity. But could it be working toward saving the environment, too?
May 19, 2022
Hybrid work is fast becoming normal, but there’s no single formula for success. Use these tips to develop the right strategy for your teams
December 29, 2021
Social Hour Offers Free Virtual Events and Meetups for University Students, Alumni, and Parents Through Mid-January 2022
With increased campus closures and canceled in-person events due to updated Covid restrictions, Social hour offers its customizable solution for last-minute virtual events
December 22, 2021
Enterprises can build beautiful virtual workspaces that support organizational priorities of reducing physical footprints and improving talent acquisition and retention
December 13, 2021
Virtual and hybrid events have matured and evolved a great deal over the last couple of years, and they will keep connecting us long after the pandemic is over. Even as businesses move into pandemic recovery, events and conferences—a more than trillion-dollar industry—will largely remain virtual or hybrid for some time.
October 12, 2021
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