This generation’s young professionals are all about work-life balance, which is basically having the option to telecommute or work on flexible schedules, thereby allowing them to pursue other endeavors outside the office.
“For example, alternative work arrangements deviate from traditional 8 to 5 office hours through flexible scheduling, which allows employees to start late and end late, or part-time arrangements to help workers avoid traffic or handle outside responsibilities before or after work. Another trend is telecommuting,” said the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Here in the country, mobile electronics company Samsung calls them the New Work Tribe—young go-getters who can excel professionally while enjoying their other passions. Helping this tribe is Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
Catriona Gray fulfills duties and passion
As the reigning Miss Universe, Catriona Gray performs her duties while pursuing her love of singing, painting, and engaging with kids.
“I’m so fulfilled because my role as Miss Universe is an extension of what I, as Catriona pursued before entering into the world of pageantry,” shares Gray.
She continues, “I’ve always been passionate about education knowing how it can instill a sense of self-confidence and potentially change the lives of our youth for the better. I feel fortunate that I get to have fun, pursue my passion, and give back to the community I love the most.”
Gray’s partner in fulfilling her roles and staying connected with the world is Samsung’s new Galaxy Note10+. “I can also share what I’m doing with my followers and through sharing my journey, hopefully, encourage them to take part in getting involved in their community.”
Erwan Heussaff accomplishes tasks with ease
Productivity features in devices are a plus for young entrepreneurs such as content creator and soon-to-be dad Erwan Heussaff.
He shares he depends on his Galaxy Note 10+ for his many meetings. “I don’t need to bring a laptop when I’m using my Galaxy Note10+.” It also helps that Samsung DeX transforms the gadget to a laptop.
“The S Pen lets me write on my smartphone’s screen, and it automatically converts it to digital text. I take notes during meetings and when I’m planning content for my YouTube channel, which I can then easily share with my team or my other devices.”
Vania Romoff creates art with technology
One of the country’s most in-demand couturiers with several designs in the pipeline, Vania Romoff takes advantage of the smartphone’s intuitive S Pen, which lets her construct masterpieces even on the go.
“I get inspired by random things during the day. I like how I can sketch on my Galaxy Note10+, whether I’m at home or when traveling,” says Romoff. “With my smartphone, I don’t need to carry a bulky sketchpad to design a dress when inspiration strikes.”
Hideo Muraoka gets the job done
Model and fitness enthusiast Hideo Muraoka compares his yoga and martial arts practice to the device’s long battery life.
“Just like how yoga gives me enough energy to last the day, the battery capacity of the Galaxy Note10+ lets me do all my tasks,” he shares.
According to Muraoka, “I can hone my photography, teach yoga, and go on shoots on just a single charge.”