WORKTECH15 Berlin - The Future of Work and the Workplace
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Simon Carter

Simon Carter
National Grid

 

Allan Chester

Allan Chester
CEO of any2any GmbH

 

Claudia Hamm

Claudia Hamm
Head of Workplace Strategy EMEA, JLL

Claudia Hamm is the Head of Workplace Strategy EMEA for JLL and chair of its Global Workplace Board. Her responsibilities include coaching and enabling the firm’s rapidly growing Workplace & Change Management practice.

Claudia has over 15 years of experience in business development, organisational change and communications, working across the US, UK and Germany. She is particularly interested in the behavioural and leadership changes required to create smarter organisations, and in how the appropriate physical, virtual and emotional environment can enhance employee productivity and accelerate future business success.

At the heart of that interest is how, thanks to today's technological advances, we can now truly give people the opportunity to combine an executive career with a fulfilling family life. She is a firm believer in agile, non-territorial working, based on a more outcome-oriented and connected work philosophy. It's a philosophy that she puts into practice herself: no office or desk to call her own or put family pictures on, but rarely ever missing a soccer game or theatre performance.

Eric Van der Kleij

Eric Van der Kleij
Level39

Eric Van der Kleij is a technology entrepreneur, Managing Director of ENTIQ and the Head of Level39, Europe’s largest accelerator space for Fintech and Retail-Tech companies. Level39 occupies the entire 39th floor of 1 Canada Square, in London’s Canary Wharf.

Eric was formerly the Chief Executive of the UK’s Tech City Investment Organisation - www.techcityuk.com.. Eric was appointed to the role in February 2011 to boost investment, entrepreneurship and skills in the "Silicon Roundabout" area of East London. He continues to take a strong interest in Tech City and serves on the TCIO Advisory Board.

Previously in 2009, Eric was made Chief Adviser to the UK Trade & Investment’s Directorate for Investment, which is the UK's principal Inward Investment and Trade organisation. The UKTI’s Directorate for Investment is a truly international organisation, with over 150 offices and embassies in over 92 countries. Before taking on this role, Eric helped establish the UK Government’s Global Entrepreneur Programme - www.entrepreneurs.gov.uk

Before his work with the UK government, Eric was a pioneering technology entrepreneur. Eric founded his own Fintech company, Adeptra, in 1996. Adeptra developed the automation of credit card fraud alerting and collections. Not only did Eric create Adeptra, but he also raised seed, angel and venture capital of $40M, and expanded the business to the US. Adeptra was sold in August 2012 to NYSE listed FICO.

Christian Meinert

Christian Meinert
Designer, AUKETT+HEESE GmbH

 

Jeremy Myerson

Jeremy Myerson
Director, The WORKTECH Academy & Research Professor, Royal College of Art

Jeremy Myerson is an academic researcher, author and activist in people-centred design and innovation. He has joined Unwired to set up The WORKTECH Academy, a global knowledge network. He has published several influential books on workplace design and holds the Helen Hamlyn Chair of Design at the Royal College of Art, London. His most recent titles include Time & Motion (2013) and Life of Work (2014). A former journalist and editor on such titles as Design, Creative Review and World Architecture, he founded Design Week magazine in 1986 and later co-founded the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design at the RCA in 1999, which he directed for 16 years until September 2015. He has advised businesses and governments around the world and sits on the advisory boards of design institutes in Korea, Switzerland and Hong Kong. He was recently named by Wired magazine as one of Britain's 100 most influential people in digital technology.

Philip Ross

Philip Ross
Futurologist & CEO, Cordless Group & UNWORK

Twitter @Pjnross

Philip is an author, consultant and commentator specialising in the future of work. He predicts the way that new trends and forces such as emerging technology will shape how we work, live, learn and enjoy leisure.

He has written a number of books on the future of cities, work and workplace including The Creative Office, The 21st Century Office and Space to Work (all co-authored with Jeremy Myerson). He has also contributed to a number of other books including the Corporate Fool and the Responsible Workplace.

Kelly Robinson

Kelly Robinson
Expert in Future of Workplace Design

Twitter @KellyaRobinson

With a deep understanding of the importance of space and its impact on how we work, live, feel and relate, Kelly creates environments built on three principles: health, wellness, and meaningful interaction. In her work designing the global headquarters for tech stars Airbnb, SoundCloud, and Couchsurfing, Kelly has found the secret to a great office vibe is not only in its design, but also in the connection between the space and those who work in it. Her unconventional background -- economist, international traveller, yacht stewardess, yoga teacher -- allows Kelly to bring a fresh and dynamic perspective to designing spaces where people feel energised and empowered to do the best work of their lives.

Klaus Sandbiller

Klaus Sandbiller
Head of Real Estate Global Projects, UniCredit

Klaus Sandbiller is responsible for the Global Real Estate projects of the Unicredit Group. He is working all over Europe on a group wide workplace transformation program, innovative branch concepts and design as well as new Unicredit head office projects in the major European cities.

As recently appointed “Distinguished Engineer”, Klaus is also driving the “fusion” of physical space and the digital world within Unicredit’s Digital Agenda.

Klaus joined Unicredit in Milan 2008. Before, he hold managerial positions at HVB and A.T. Kearney Management Consultants, where he was running multiple projects in the financial services industry for a wide range of international clients. Klaus holds a degree in Economics and a Ph.D. in Business Administration.

Richard Smith

Richard Smith
Workplace Manager, Central Europe & Israel, Cisco

Richard is Workplace Manager for Central Europe and Israel with Cisco. Cisco’s current portfolio is located in 94 countries across almost 500 locations with a total size of over 22 million sqft. Richard has responsibility for Client Engagements at a strategic level, Portfolio Planning and Capital Investment with a current focus on Cisco Innovation Centres in EMEAR. Prior to joining Cisco in 2012, Richard has worked for Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel and CBRE. Richard has been a member of CoreNet since 2012 and gained his MCR accreditation in 2015.

Frank Sonder

Frank Sonder
CEO and Co-Founder of foresee, Partner at Navigationlab

 

Alexandre Teixeira

Alexandre-Teixeira
Workplace Strategist

Alexandre, founder of eNovarum, has played a critical role in helping some of the most prestigious companies in Brasil and Latin America transition to more innovative work environments. His unique experience in this field enables him to advise companies on key issues of concern, including: financial impact, strategic portfolio management and how to address the human implications of these transitions. He champions the use of change management strategies in all areas and stages of the transformation process. By bringing this holistic 360º approach to creating new workplace solutions, Alexandre has helped companies drive efficiencies and increase the productivity of their workforce.

Dimitar (Mitko) Vasilev

Dimitar (Mitko) Vasilev
CTO OpenBerlin, Cisco

Mitko is coFounder and CTO of openBerlin, Cisco IoT Innovation Platform. mitko has worked in high technologies since 1996.

He has lived and worked in Emerging markets and European countries with focus on creating new ecosystems and new markets.

In 2013 Mitko moved to Berlin to work on the openBerlin project. We bring startups, ecosystems and communities together for the Internet of Things.

mitko is doing due-diligence for Cisco Investments. He is active supporter of Open Data, Open source and hardware movements.

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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.

 

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