The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport has installed six Jabbrrboxes, which will allow travelers to have privacy, Wi-Fi and charing stations among other important amenities while at the airport.
Highlighting its partnership with Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP), one of many partnerships, Jabbrrbox is featured in this article on the need for public workspaces. Co-founder & CEO Jeremy Jennings says Jabbrrbox is focused on customer needs and a best-in-class customer experience.
Part of the Jabbrrbox Network MAG USA and Jabbrrbox are expanding upon the existing 16 pod network across 8 US airports, showing confidence in the popular product and significant growth for both companies “In a post pandemic world, as passengers' needs are constantly shifting, the demand for technology-enabled private space is at a premium,” says Jeremy Jennings, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Jabbrrbox.
“Jabbrrbox becomes that connected digital and physical ribbon between spaces," says Jeremy Jennings who, along with fellow Jabbrrbox co-founder, Brian Hackathorn, joins The Anti-Architect podcast to discuss how Jabbrrbox was formed and its increasingly important role in the post-Covid landscape. They also discuss how remote-working trends drive the need for more remote-working stations in public spaces.
The brainchild of co-founders Brian Hackathorn and Jeremy Jennings, Jabbrrbox is filling the need for quiet solitude and private “anywhere workspaces” at airports across the county." Jabbrrbox is a future of work platform," says Jeremy Jennings, co-founder and co-CEO. "We provide an ecosystem of technology-enabled micro spaces to give mobile workers the privacy and tools to work and much more – anywhere at any time.