As the divide between office space and hospitality gets smaller, let Ambie create and deliver the perfect soundtrack for your workspace. No matter how big or small, from the reception to the cafe to the gym, Ambie will amplify your brand and drive employee satisfaction and productivity.
Ambie is not a one-size-fits-all product; we’re a unique blend of human expertise merged with smart technology that delivers a personalised music solution for each of our customers, with zero hassle.
Tailor the sound profile for each location
Monitor and manage your sites from one place
24/7 support and training for all your teams
“79% of employees said they would benefit from listening to music at work, 90% of employees would work better while listening to music, and 60% say that music at work makes them happy”
The Sound of Productivity: Analysing attitudes towards music listening in the workplace by Totaljobs
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For co-working spaces that aim to build a strong community feel, music is preferred. Starting a conversation where the space is dead quiet may be uncomfortable for some, so music can help kill the silence and encourage and strengthen business relationships that are naturally formed in social settings.
Music can be an effective stress-buster when at work and the pressure is on. In addition, music can help improve one’s mood and subsequent tone of voice and attitude, which is critical when dealing with customers, clients and prospects. Employees’ moods are at the center of wellbeing at work and their ability to feel confident, calm and productive.
Each co-working space has its own vibe, and the managers of each space go to great lengths to cultivate a unique experience that meets the needs of their respective members. There is no one-size-fits all approach when it comes to deciding which music is most conducive to the environment you’re aiming to create. That’s where music curation is beneficial as playlists can be bespoke for the desired ambiance. Also, music can be refreshed periodically, or seasonal playlists may be used to get people into the right spirit.
Listening to music can help a person concentrate on the task at hand, as it blocks out external distractions and the rhythm keeps momentum in one’s focus. Research shows that music can improve the speed of processing information, which in turn, improves performance and productivity, especially while working on repetitive tasks.