WORKTECH16 London will be returning on Wednesday 9th & Thursday 10th November which will be looking at the future of work. At the event there will be international and local thought leaders that will cover a mix of people, place and technology, to give a real in depth understanding of the future of work and workplace and how this will affect businesses.

Over 250 delegates will be attending the event, including some of the following leading companies:
Aon, Barclays, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development, EY, GE International, GE Electric, KPMG, Lewis Silkin, Lloyds of London, Philips and Rolls Royce.Topics for WORKTECH16 London include:

  • Creating Workplaces of the Future with ‘Learnings from the Edge’. Heralded by Bloomberg as ‘The greenest, most intelligent building in the world. It knows where you live, what car you drive, how much sugar you take in your coffee. ’Martin Laws and Dave Sie, Partners from Deloitte will share their evolving story and lessons learnt. there will also be the latest thinking about the new technologies incorporated into the space such as connected lighting, way finding technologies and space management tools and more.
  • The Future of Living and Working in World Cities. Lord Richard Rogers, one of the most influential British architects of our time and, internationally acclaimed British Designer, Sebastian Conran, will share their perspectives on Innovations, People, Place and The Future of London.
  • Big Data & Smart Spaces. Rahim Tafazolli, director of the 5G Innovation Centre, University of Surrey will examine The Future Connected World: What 5G means for buildings and how it will be a transformative power for the next 30 years.

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