How Natter Plans To Recreate The Watercooler Moment In The Post-Pandemic Hybrid Workplace

Can London-based Natter solve the problem worrying so many organisations in the post Covid-19 workplace – how to maintain the benefits of flexible and hybrid working while also recapturing the power of those “watercooler moments” that remote workers miss out on? Charlie Woodward, a former head of commercial partnerships at the BBC, thinks that’s exactly what Natter can deliver; indeed, in some ways, he argues, those moments can now be improved upon.

Natter has been in development for more than a year, but is today going public for the first time, unveiling $1m of pre-seed funding from a range of angel investors with quite a pedigree; its backers include early

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