WORKTECH15 Berlin is the forum for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace as well as real estate, technology and innovation.
It will attract some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss, and divulge the last thinking on the Future of Work and the Workplace.
Join over 150 senior professionals from real estate, facilities, HR, technology, executive management architecture, design and professional advisors to listen to global thought leaders, further their knowledge and share best practise and expertise.
Richard Smith, Workplace Manager, Central Europe & Israel, Cisco
Christian Meinert, Designer, AUKETT+HEESE GmbH
Dimitar (Mitko) Vasilev, CTO OpenBerlin, Cisco
The Internet of Everything, connecting people, process, change, data and things with open innovation.
Professor Jeremy Myerson, International Author and Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre of Design, Royal College of Art
Professor Jeremy Myerson will discuss what Office Design can learn from the World around us.
Philip Ross, Futurist, Author and CEO, UnWork
Explore the new way of working and Smart Buildings from around the globe.
The transformation of working environments. Join Alexandre Teixeira to discuss how individual employees can be agents of change.
Sedus will provide their insights on emerging workstyles, and how this is shaping the future, and increasing Freedom at Work.
Workspaces may well influence collaboration and creativity and at the moment there’s incredible hype around ’incubators’ or ‘labs’, particularly in Berlin! Yet how do we remain true to our culture and maximise employee inspiration? Almost every large corporate is trying to harness the ‘Google effect’, and most of the time in Berlin. We explore how design impacts on both empowerment and innovation.
In the financial industry, today’s workplace transformation programs aim at the introduction of new ways of working with a particular focus on collaboration and wellbeing. Learn how Unicredit stretches this concept further by creating innovative workplace formats, crossing boundaries between office and retail spaces, leveraging on both digital technology and data driven design and connecting with communities as well as the city.
Many companies spend millions on lavish offi ces and over-the-top perks with the hope of attracting the world’s top talent. And though the work environment continues to be a key player for success, even more important is the need to cultivate a sense of spirit or unity within the company and beyond it.
WORKTECH is a leading international workplace conference series. The event has been held at locations around the world, including Melbourne, New York, San Francisco Bay, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, Santiago and Buenos Aires.
Join over 150 senior professionals from real estate, facilities, technology, executive management, architecture, design and professional advisors to further knowledge and share expertise.
There are a variety of different sponsorship and participation packages available to meet your communication objectives. Please contact Caroline Bell for more information by emailing email@example.com or calling +44 (0) 20 8977 8920
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We will bring together some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss and divulge the latest thinking on the Future of Work and the Workplace. Over 150 senior professionals from real estate, facilities, technology, and executive management, architecture, design and other professional advisors will attend to hear the very best from thought leaders and share best practice and expertise. We believe that work is shaped by the intersection between HR/people, technology and space/property. Only by colliding ideas between these three groups will innovation emerge – this is the vision behind WORKTECH – a forum that brings together these key areas. It is for this reason that we place our event in innovative and contemporary settings.