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Our flagship October conference is usually held in London, and this year should have taken place at the National Gallery. Well, we'll hopefully be at the Gallery instead for 2021, and in the meantime on 15 October 2020 we're opening our doors to a global audience with this virtual conference. 

  • Join 200+ fellow workplace consultants, occupiers, designers and suppliers for a fantastic virtual event, packed-full of information and online visual networking opportunities.

  • Your registration gives you immediate access to the Hopin online app to view the attendee list and text-chat with fellow delegates early on. 

  • Recordings of presentations will be available for registered delegates to study again after the event. 
 
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Agenda (All times are GMT+1)


0900 Virtual Doors Open, Networking, Chat Sessions & Expo Booths

0950 Welcome & Introduction

1000 The Rock and the Hard Place
- Tim Oldman, Leesman

1030 Long Term WFH? Issues and Answers
- Guy Osmond, Osmond Ergonomics

1100 Virtual Coffee, Networking, Chat Sessions & Expo Booths

1130 Health & Safety Law - Duties to Protect Staff & Visitors from Covid-19 in the Workplace
- Simon Joyston-Bechal, Turnstone Law

1200 All Change! The HSBC Workplace Response to COVID-19 in Hong Kong & Asia Pacific
- Marcus Bowen, HSBC, Asia Pacific

1230 Virtual Lunch, Networking, Chat Sessions & Expo Booths1325 Afternoon Chair's Welcome Back

1330 The End of the Office As We Know It?
- Nigel Oseland, Workplace Unlimited + Guests

1415 Open Plan Offices: Advances in Acoustic Design
- Jack Harvie-Clark, Apex Acoustics

1445 Virtual Tea, Networking, Chat Sessions & Expo Booths

1515 Facilities Management and COVID: Creative Measures to Help Protect Your Employees
- Ian Baker, EMCOR UK

1545 Untethered: How a New Understanding of Change Can Reveal the Dynamic Future of the Workplace
- Neil Usher, Author, blogger & GoSpace Chief Workplace Officer

1615 Chair's Conclusions, followed by Virtual Drinks, Networking, Chat Sessions & Expo Booths1700 Close

1700 Close

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Proudly Supported By

Speakers

Mark Catchlove
Mark Catchlove

Herman Miller's International Insight Team Lead

Marcus Bowen
Marcus Bowen

Head of Planning and Space Data Management at HSBC, Asia Pacific

Jack Harvie-Clark
Jack Harvie-Clark

Acoustician, MD at Apex Acoustics

Simon Joyston-Bechal
Simon Joyston-Bechal

Director at Turnstone Law

Tim Oldman
Tim Oldman

CEO at Leesman

Neil Usher
Neil Usher

Author of The Elemental Workplace, Blogger @workessence, and Chief Partnerships Officer at GoSpace

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Ecophon

Ecophon

Ecophon is a global supplier of acoustic ceilings, wall panels, freestanding and desk mounted screens and is part of the Saint-Gobain Group, established in 1665.

EMCOR UK

EMCOR UK

We are the leading authority in high-performance, sustainable facilities, asset and workplace management in the UK. We bring together the best experts, processes and technologies, to create enduring high-value facilities management solutions that not only enables businesses to work better but also offers a better place for their staff to work.

Herman Miller

Herman Miller

Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees.

Workplace Unlimited

Workplace Unlimited

Workplace Unlimited is an associate network of independent workplace consultants. Nigel Oseland established and manages the business. Nigel is a workplace strategist, change manager, environmental psychologist and author with 11 years research and 19 years consulting experience.

Workplace Insight

Workplace Insight

Insight Publishing is one of the world’s leading platforms for workplace news, commentary and features. It publishes podcasts, reports, daily updates and now IN magazine.

Work&Place

Work&Place

Work&Place is a global resource for people with an interest in the intersection of work with digital, cultural, and physical space. Since 2012, it has engaged the world’s most progressive workplace thinkers to explore important ideas about work and place.

Leesman

Leesman

For the last decade, Leesman’s established methodologies have supported organisations solve their workplace problems, unearthing the insights necessary to understand the drivers of employee experience. Supported by our cutting edge research, we connect CRE, HR, IT and FM decision makers to the critical information in their data driven decision-making. And in response to the COVID-19 crisis, we have mobilised new tools that are now central to them understanding and planning their blended workplace futures.

The Journal of Biophilic Design

The Journal of Biophilic Design

The Journal of Biophilic Design is an iTunes series of interviews with thought-leaders & researched opinions on Biophilic Design in the workplace, urban planning, homes, healthcare. The JBD is published by Argenta Wellness.

Indoor Garden Design

Indoor Garden Design

Indoor Garden Design champions the principles of Biophilia by creating beautiful live planting schemes for workspaces; providing health benefits to workers and making the work environment a more appealing and attractive place to be. And this year we are celebrating 45 years in business!

Logovisual

Logovisual

Logovisual design and manufacture whiteboards and whiteboard-based planning systems.

All In Good Time

All In Good Time

Delivered via Zoom or face to face - All in Good Time keeps your team engaged, inspired and working together by participating in a thrilling musical activity which invokes key behaviours that characterise high performing teams.

McLeodAV

McLeodAV

Hybrid events and live stream production at McleodAV

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