Wilfried Devillers 09:11, November 30, 2022
Matches at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.: not easy for employees to follow the 2022 Football World Cup from their workplace.
But in some companies, it is possible to follow the prowess of Kylian Mbappé and the Blues from their headquarters.
This is the case of Vroomly, a start-up based in Paris which installed screens for the occasion.
At the headquarters of Vroomly, in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, all the matches of the Blues in the 2022 World Cup were broadcast for employees.
No need to hide between two customer calls.
Lise takes a look at the score.
"We have a big open space, tables for about four or five people and we put one screen per table or so."
The sound of the screens is muted.
Everyone is at their place of work.
Football, yes, but while remaining focused.
“We are still focused on work,” says Rémi.
"If we're on the phone, for example, we're always reactive. But when there are big chances or important game facts, we take a little more expert look. But otherwise, we're still careful and we stay serious."
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"Autonomous and responsible" employees
When Senegal scored their first goal against Ecuador, there was no applause but silent signs of joy while some employees were on the phone.
"They are autonomous, they are responsible", estimates at the microphone of Europe 1 Benjamin, sales manager of Vroomly, platform which compares the prices of car garages.
No inconvenience therefore for him to juggle between work and football.
"I think there's nothing stopping them today from watching football. They're used to multi-tasking, making a sale while glancing right, left . It's also part of the focus."
Larger screens could even be installed for the next matches of the Blues if they reach the quarter-finals.