Webinar: What does the future hold for offices? How can investors and occupiers adapt to the changing nature of the workplace?
In this webinar we will reveal some insights into how people want to work in the future, explore the challenges and opportunities of hybrid working and consider how this will impact upon the office, its design and an organisation’s wider working strategy in a post pandemic world.
We will hear from:
- Beatriz Gonzalez and David George of Design Strategy Unit, a collaboration between Scott Brownrigg and iPWC/CRUX who will present data on how employees want to work, what they want from the workplace and explore how to design and purpose workspace accordingly.
- Tony Grimes, Head of Corporate Services, Investec Bank who will look at the challenges of managing a hybrid workforce and how to synchronise the advantages of office and home working;
- Alex Ferguson, Managing Director, Delta Simons on the importance of good health, well-being and innovation in creating a safe, secure and desirable workplace; and
- Heather Day, PGIM Real Estate, European COO on how to foster an inclusive working environment that works for the benefit of all
The session will be introduced by William Clements and Eileen Duncan of Trowers & Hamlins and chaired by Mike Harris, co-founder of Oxygen Asset Management, and you will have the opportunity to ask questions of the panel.
Please join us and help inform the debate by answering a series of questions looking at your own changing working preferences once you have enrolled
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