JUNE 17, 2021

10:00am-12:40am ET | 3:00pm-5:40pm BST

Next & Best Practices:
Future of the Smart Workplace

For many years firms have been transitioning towards agile workplaces to drive the more efficient use of real estate. In 2021, these trends are accelerating, with firms setting out plans to rapidly adopt hybrid working, with staff working between home and the office. By attending this Verdantix virtual event, you will hear advice from experts and your peers on how to implement a successful workplace strategy and build a new vision for high-performing offices. This event a must-attend for facilities, HR and real estate executives on the front line for delivering new workplace strategies.

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Meet Our Speakers

As we grow our line-up or speakers with experts and professionals within the industry, reserve your seat today and stay updated on the latest speakers to our event.

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Peter Ankerstjerne

Chief Strategy Officer

Planon

Lisa Barclay

WW Product Management Leader, IBM TRIRIGA

IBM

Susan Clarke

Research Director, Smart Buildings

Verdantix

John Cook

Consultant

Department of Management Services for the State of Florida

Laura DelaFuente

Global Director of Workplace Strategy

HP

Chris Early

Estates & Development Manager

Telefonica O2

Marianne Flores

Director, Global Real Estate Operations, Integrated Solutions CoE

IBM

Nishit Shah

Senior Manager, Smart Buildings

Cadillac Fairview

Sanjiv Singh

Executive Vice President

eCIFM Solutions, Inc.

Bart Waldeck

Chief Marketing Officer & SVP Product Strategy

Tango Analytics

Ibrahim Yate

Senior Analyst

Verdantix

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Verdantix produces the ‘Next & Best’ Practices events on a complimentary basis for professionals who buy, implement and use technology and related services. We would like to express our gratitude to all our attendees that joined us live, we hope you had a great experience and we look forward to seeing you for our next event. Watch the highlights from our Panel Debate: Best Practices For Operationalizing A Successful Hybrid Working Strategy

                

            

    

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