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Charting the Unknown: How Xero are Taking a Data-Driven Approach to Workplace Planning
Join XY Sense’s Co-Founder and CEO Alex Birch for a conversation with Xero's Workplace Experience Executive General Manager, Joel Oldridge, to discuss the challenges and opportunities the post-pandemic landscape presents to workplace teams and how Xero is taking a data-driven approach to future proof their own workplace strategy.

What you’ll learn:
- How the pandemic and acceleration of hybrid work models has impacted Xero’s workplace and real estate strategy
- Considerations for balancing business and team priorities when returning to the office
- Space planning considerations for high growth companies in a post-pandemic world
- The role occupancy analytics is playing in helping Xero chart the unknown

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Joel Oldridge
Executive General Manager - Workplace Experience @Xero
Joel Oldridge is the Head of Workplace at Xero, one of the world’s most popular cloud-based accounting software platforms for small and medium-sized businesses. Joel has 14+ years’ of experience in workplace and facilities management and is currently leading Xero’s property and workplace experience strategy as they adapt to a post-pandemic hybrid model during a time of incredible growth for the company. Through it all, Joel is 100% focussed on making great spaces for Xeros to do the best work of their lives.
Alex Birch
CEO & Co-Founder @XY Sense
Alex Birch is the Co-Founder and CEO of XY Sense, a new workplace sensor solution helping property teams unlock 100% anonymous, live occupancy data and connect it to a universe of workplace applications. 
 Having previously Co-Founded and led APAC operations for IWMS platform Serraview (now SpaceIQ), Alex has over 15 years’ experience developing enterprise real estate and workplace SaaS for the world’s leading companies. A serial proptech entrepreneur and engineer by trade, Alex is passionate about the intersection between data, office utilization and workplace experience.