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The WORKTECH Guide to Utilisation Technology - Launch Webinar – Solutions for the post-Covid Workplace
Join us as WORKTECH launches its first webinar series to look at all things impacting the Future of Work and Workplace including smart buildings, workplace innovation, design, employee experience, app strategy, and data-driven design.

As part of the return to the office strategy we will need new technology to measure and show occupancy levels as well as other data to provide a safe and secure environment. From where people are sitting to air quality and cleaning regimes, new sensors for the workplace can now deliver an array of data and change the user experience. This new WORKTECH Guide to Utilisation Technology features 30 of the leading players and products in this space, with full reviews and case studies.

We have created a series of WORKTECH Guides for workplace strategists, technology, HR and real estate decision makers to help navigate this fast moving industry, taking the guesswork out of the procurement process by profiling best-in-class solutions of leading and emerging players.

Join us to discuss this in-depth report and listen to some of the leading players debate the latest innovations and their impact on the Future of Work.

By attending this webinar you will receive a free copy of the Guide and consent to your email being shared with our partners.

WORKTECH is a holistic research platform that aims to create awareness, drive change and provide specialist insight into the future of work and workplace. The forum, borne out the first industry-specific conference launched in 2003 by Philip Ross and Jeremy Myerson, has now become the world’s leading conferencing and thought leadership series for workplace intelligence.

WORKTECH currently hosts events in 25+ cities across the globe. See our latest event updates on the WORKTECH website!

Sep 17, 2020 04:00 PM in London

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