Startup Flying Vertex manages to retain all its employees in pandemic

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Startup Flying Vertex manages to retain all its employees in pandemic

Tuesday, 09 February 2021 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Flying Vertex, a startup having extensive expertise in delivering 3D architectural, rendering services to the clients located across the globe has successfully retained its employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. During the lockdown, people had enough time for family discussions and realized the need for change in the interiors for their homes. Thus, the demand for 3-D rendering increased. The rise in the demand for 3-D rendering helped the company manage to retain its employees and their were no job cuts supporting the vision of our Prime Minister of Aatm Nirbhar Bharat.

When the pandemic was at its peak, Flying Vertex Studio team was helping Realtors to create a 3D house tour virtually for the buyers to avoid site visits. Also, the interior designer got a lot of time to convert their ideas into 3-D renderings.

The team of Flying Vertex Studio was also approached by restaurant owners for redesigning keeping in mind the safety of the customers. One of the leading restaurants if Delhi NCR approached the team to put a glass partition in between every seat for the safety of the customers.This COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all the industries across the globe crisis and has forced the people to adapt to new ways of life. These changes are also meant for 3D visualization industry and industries related to architecture.

According to Nitin Gagneja, founder of Flying Vertex Studio, " Though we all are facing certain issues during this COVID-19 pandemic but it has taught us to work smartly from our homes. There is a rise in the demand for skilled workers across the globe. We have created decent employment opportunities during this pandemic and have retained our employees."

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