It’s been a year since Ovidias first launched Virtual Mate, and the company is still making waves.
Today the company announced a new partnership with oculus, a virtual reality (VR) company that’s been working with startups to bring its technology to the masses.
Ovidia says it has more than 250,000 members around the world, and that most of its members are young professionals who are looking for a new way to connect with friends and family.
The company, which has been working to build a VR ecosystem for years, is currently in the process of launching a virtual office space for its members.
Oded says it’s looking for people with a variety of skill sets and experiences, and has also begun recruiting more members to fill positions.
The space will be open to members from all over the world to work on Ovidium’s Virtual Match, a new video game and social platform that Ovidias developers have been working on.
The team is currently recruiting a team of more than a dozen full-time staff members, with more than 100 developers in the pipeline.
Ovidia’s new virtual office will allow its members to get together, connect, and collaborate.
In the company’s own words, the virtual office is intended to make life more comfortable for those who are struggling to get to the same places that they do in real life.
“Ovidius has a lot of employees who work on Virtual Match.
They’re passionate about making their workplace a better place to work,” Ovidios co-founder Ben Feltz told CBS News.
“And so we’re really excited about this new venture.
We’re really looking forward to it.”
Feltz said the Virtual Match is a way for members to meet, chat, and hang out with each other in a way that feels more real.
“You can’t find an organization where everyone can be the same.
You know, it’s hard for people to meet each other, hang out and share things, or even just talk to each other,” Felts said.
“We’re creating an opportunity for people who aren’t necessarily necessarily at the top of their field to be able to meet people from other fields and have that sort of social network.”
The Virtual Match will allow users to join the virtual workforce of their choice.
The company says it will offer flexible scheduling and an array of perks, including paid time off, holiday travel, and a free trip to a virtual vacation.
Felts and the rest of Ovidio’s staff have also been working out ways to improve the company.
Odois founder Mark Krizhevski told CBS in an interview that the company was working on “creating a space where you can be in the same room as people you care about,” and that members could have meetings at home.
Obedias plans to offer a variety the benefits of an office, including free coffee, a desk, and access to all the perks that come with being an Ovidian.
The office space will also allow members to stay connected, even if they are on different continents.
“We’re really thrilled that Ovedias has decided to make this space available to its members around Europe and Asia.
And we’re hoping that it will become a popular hub for the community,” Krizhelvski said.
Obedia is hoping that Virtual Match can also help to make its virtual world a more welcoming place for members.
“If we can take a step to help people be more comfortable, and not be so afraid to express themselves, and to be more open to others, then we can make Virtual Mate a very great place to live and work,” Kazhevska said.