Although funky offices are not exactly new in the world of technology, the scale, size and interior decor of the Livespot office makes it rather unique.
This week, Deola Art Alade, CEO, Livespot 360 opened its office doors to journalists who were taken on a tour of the 100 Million Dollar office in Ikeja, Lagos.
How about we give you a sneak peek into the office….shall we?
Reception Area: First impressions are an important part of human interaction. Because of that, the reception or lobby areas can be an important element of the office – allowing you to give visitors positive feelings and impressions as they enter your office.
What do you think about Livespot’s reception area?
Creative Department: A little secret Livespot’s creative citizens might not tell you; as soon as the senior creative strategist has a brainwave, it ripples through the entire team, and soon enough they’re making frenzied sketches on paper, making mockups and testing the ideas in the real world.
Music Studio: Old habits die hard, and that’s a good thing; Livespot’s strong background in music means they have both the talent – and the equipment – to produce, and quickly, jingles, music, theme songs and even musicals. Overseen by Darey himself, Livespot’s Digital and Analog studios have contributed in no small way to what you listen to on the radio and what you hear when you watch a TV Ad.
Can you spot the four Livespot Archetypes: Starting from the left, 1. The Magician 2. The Creator 3. The Ruler 4. The Rebel.
Lounge: Livespot’s lounge is second to none! Sit, have a drink – tea or coffee?
Meeting Room: Meetings happen to us all, don’t they? Well, Livespot has these little rooms for small teams to quickly distil the nuances of every brief. Oh, look, on the wall – snippets of Its Manifesto!
Fitness Gym: One way to improve the physical fitness of employees is to invest in a corporate gym and Livespot has done just that.
Conference Room: Every office needs her control/command centre. Well, this is it.Livespot’s conference room, where the biggest ideas are discussed and the briefs are broken down into chunkier bits.
Courtyard: Work, play, or both? Livespot’s courtyard is dynamic and can become whatever it wants to be whenever it wants. Here’s a little secret: some of Livespot’s best ideas have happened at the courtyard over drinks, games, music and food.
Creche: Livespot’s teammates – sometimes have little citizens, too, and they don’t have to be far away from their parents. Top secret: The creche is actually the most comfortable room in Livespot!
Say hi to the Livespot Citizens!
CEO, Livespot, Deola Art Alade and Executive Creative Director, Livespot at the media hangout which held at Livespot’s headquarters in Ikeja, Lagos.