While AI is capturing attention everywhere, and for good reasons, I’ve got my eye on another critical aspect, especially as our company navigates the remote scene right now: striking the perfect balance between remote and in-office work. My hope is that remote work offers our team the chance to travel more, spend more time with family, indulge in hobbies and achieve a life-work harmony. On the flip side, time in the office is indispensable for sparking innovation and fueling productivity through direct interactions. Neither is a silver bullet. Nailing this balance is not just about us; it’s a challenge that many companies will grapple with, seeking to harness the best of both worlds in the years ahead.