Andrei Cretu, Co-Founder of Pluria, will be a speaker in the All-Star | Employer Branding Panel at BR’s upcoming Working Romania | Autumn 2021 Edition, scheduled for November 18, starting at 11:55 AM.
Andrei Cretu is the co-founder of Pluria, the first international service founded in Romania that improves the retention and attraction of talents by giving companies access to a network of flexible workspaces for employees. With coverage on two continents, Pluria can be accessed by employers in Spain, Colombia, Portugal and Romania, and supports companies’ efforts to transform them into flexible organizations, adapted to the needs of the current labor market. Andrei is also the co-founder of 7card, the leader in the Romanian sports benefits market, and has extensive experience in management consulting and venture capital investments.
“Our mission is to support companies to be flexible and hybrid organisations. By 2030, according to data from Spanish real estate consultancy Savills Aguirre Newman, 30% of the office market in the Iberian Peninsula is expected to be taken over by flexible workspaces. This gives us opportunities for growth and makes an application like Pluria, which unites different workspaces on a single platform, imperative. So we took advantage of this opportunity, and officially launched Pluria in Spain,” said Andrei Cretu when Pluria was launched on the Spanish market.
In April this year, Pluria also launched a new reservation service for meeting rooms and private offices, in Romania and abroad.
„Pluria offers corporate clients the best selection of meeting rooms and private offices in Romania and Spain for all their needs: a meeting with clients or a meeting with the team. With the help of the mobile application, customers can book these spaces directly from the mobile phone, thus facilitating collaboration between teams and improving the organizational culture. The service is on-demand, there is the possibility to control its use, and one can book a space for a few hours or a few days, depending on the specific needs of each client. It does not require a subscription, and companies that have one on the hot desk for their employees will have an additional cost for this reservation service for meeting rooms and private offices “, explains Andrei Creţu, the founder of Pluria.