16 May

Planning the Office Workplace of the Future: Webinar Part 2

Creating a Fusion out of the Confusion:

Planning the Office Workplace of the Future – Part II

Free Online Seminar | Thursday 27 May from 13h00 to 13h45 GMT


Building on the success of the first in this series and your feedback we’re pleased to invite you to the second part of the discussion.

On the agenda:

Digital Transformation is Powering the Latest Industrial Revolution Where Organisations Get to Set a New Path Based on Their Purpose Versus Their Workplace

Learn How the New ‘Dropbox Virtual First Toolkit’ Relates to You and Your Future Workplace

Deploying a Data-Led Approach to Building the Agile and Resilient Workplace of the Future



Julian Philllips AVI SPL

Julian Phillips Senior Vice President, Global Workplace Solutions at AVI-SPL (Digicom Global Partner)

Julian and his team bridge the gap between architecture, design, corporate real estate and technology, delivering integrated experiential solutions for customer engagement and workplace transformation around the world. He was chairman and a board director at AVIXA (the Audio Visual and Integrated Experience Association) for 7 years. Living in Philadelphia, Julian is a frequent speaker and writer on digital transformation and emerging technologies.

Neil McMahon Dropbox

Neil McMahon Head of Collaboration Technology at Dropbox

Neil has been working in technology for almost 25 years and is passionate about creating a great user experience. Currently at Dropbox, Neil is Head of Collaboration Technology and focused on how tools can be used to empower teams to do their best work in a Virtual First world.

Laura Phelan AON

Laura Phelan, Director, Human Capital Solutions, AON

Laura is an Occupational Psychologist and has over twenty five years’ experience working with organisations ensuring that their HR strategies and practices support the achievement of the business agenda.

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