Virtual Space is a part of the metaverse, characterised by avatars, web-based interaction and virtual meetings. It is popular with young people and businesses that want to expand internationally without the costs of opening offices in new markets.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a paradigm shift in the how people view remote work. It also led to business operating in a virtual environment becoming more popular than before. Virtual meetings and events are more frequent than ever before. Some companies even constructed fully immersive virtual showrooms and headquarters.
VR can help companies reinvent the way they present their goods and services to customers. For instance, architects are now using VR to let customers freely explore their designs before they begin construction. This is a game-changer for the industry. Lowe’s Home Improvement is taking this idea to the next level and now offers a service where homeowners can design their ideal kitchen or bathroom, then explore it in virtual reality before purchasing.
Virtual spaces can also be used to authentically convey the values and mission of a company to customers. The ability to communicate with prospects and customers via real-time video chat and live streaming is crucial for businesses looking to ramp up their sales efforts. Accessing virtual conference rooms and project spaces that can be used for employee and client meetings, workshops and link events can help boost brand awareness and provide a fun experience.