American Tennis Ace Serena Williams envisions the benefit of video conferencing business management systems that will make an impact on the workplace culture. Consequently, it will reduce hundreds of business traveling hours in the future. Serena explained that online meetings are going to decline the costs of running a business.
World Number Nine Serena Williams is the most engaged sports player in the world. Williams has endorsement deals with Giant’s Nike, Wilson, Aston Martin, and Chase bank. She is also running various businesses by herself as well. It’s not easy for everyone to manage those things alone. However, the mother of a child is doing it with the assistance of modern technologies.
“This is gonna change the way people even view offices” – Serena Williams
Nowadays Video conferencing is gaining popularity as companies seek to save time. During this self-isolation period, Entrepreneur Serena Williams uses various technologies to complete her tasks. Recently, 38-years-old has also demonstrated a video conferencing meeting through her Instagram page.
“First of all, if your company offices are very expensive, especially in a city like New York or San Francisco, you have to look at the commercial real estate space and then you start thinking: ‘Well, we created and we stayed in business through COVID and we did not go to the office,” Serena Williams said in the Kindredcast Podcast episode.
“So now I feel like there’s going to be an interesting conversation. I can reach international calls from Tokyo and London like that (snaps fingers). I don’t want to fly a hundred hours a week for business so I personally think it’s super exciting.
Oh, we can do unbelievable board calls on Zoom, Google Hangouts or Google Meet,”– Former World Number one added.