Thu 21 Jun 2018
15:30 - 17:00
Businesses will always need somewhere to operate from, so what will the office of the future look like, where will it be and how will people occupy it? Any business whether in the corporate or charitable sectors spends a large proportion of its income on its premises and staff, and with the ever increasing use of technology, costs can be saved and the working environment and work life balance improved if organisations have a clear understanding of how they will occupy space going forward. Join our panel of experts in the commercial property world for a series of short presentations, followed by a panel discussion looking at the property market of the future, connectivity, office fit out and the practical and legal factors that need to be considered to bring about the office of the future.
Who should attend?
Landlord and tenants, investors in commercial real estate and anyone responsible for their organisation’s property strategy.
3.45pm Presentations from: -
1. Henry Brewster, Agency Lead, Cluttons - Market trends beyond the numbers and connectivity
2. Karli Hiscock and William Scott from BWB - Real estate law outside the traditional structure
3. Rosie Haslem, Spacelab - People centred design
4.15pm Panel discussion : Panel as above plus guest panelist Chris Early, Estates Manager, Telefonica
4.45pm Closing comments
5pm Drinks on our roof terrace overlooking the Thames and virtual tours of the office of the future
BWB's new offices at 10 Queen Street Place, EC4R 1BECancellation policy for seminars