Reasons to Attend

Create flexible spaces, each sector should offer solutions to support this feature, from design to construction and furniture that ensure optimal workflow.

Reflect authenticity through the physical design of the office.

Identify and analyze the primary needs of the workspace which can align employees’ expectations and can also be a validation tool for the employer’s efforts.

Notice Employee wellbeing as one of the most important factors to consider when it comes to workplace design, measuring the impact on employee recruitment and retention.

Learn how will your world of work be transformed through technologies and what would be the impact of future technologies on the shape and form of your workplace in 2030

Overcome the twin challenges of the technologically enabled future and ensure that your ICT investment improves your bottom line

Absorb how technologies and the technologies of the future improve the productivity and creativity of our knowledge workers

Understand how property occupiers and owners should, facility managers and service providers respond to these changes

Discuss the application of robotics and the workplace changes it will bring

Identify artificial intelligence applications in the workplace

Explain the ethical challenges presented using artificial intelligence

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

INDUSTRIES

Ministries | Semi-Government | Universities | Regulatory Authorities | Telecom | Conglomerates / Retail | Automotive | Banking & Financial Services | Oil & Gas / Energy / Utilities | Holding Companies | Aviation | Transport & Logistics | Healthcare | Manufacturing

JOB TITLES

CEO | Founders | Managing Directors & Directors | Heads | Managers | Architects & Designers | Workplace Specialists | Workplace & Business Consultants | Workplace Strategy/Planning | Health & Wellness | People & Culture Performance | Commercial Development | Attracting & Retaining Talent | Real Estate and Facilities | Leasing & Site Selection | Human Resources | Change Management