If you have an interest in workspace design and want practical advice as to how you can improve the performance of your space this session is for you.
Especially valuable for workspace owners, CFOs, centre and operations managers, and development and project managers.
Topics we will cover include:
Amilia is the Workplace Strategy Advisor for Haworth, representing the Australian and New Zealand markets. Amilia is an experienced commercial interior designer with previous involvement in workplace design and strategy across Australia and Europe. As a keen advocate for the change in how we view the office, Amilia encourages conversations and actions around preparing for the future workplace, of which health and wellbeing is a major component.
Haworth has long been an advocate for healthy ways of working and a healthy/sustainable environment, and is delighted to have this conversation with FWA and Ergotron on this important issue.
Alan is the Strategic Account Manager for Ergotron in APAC. Alan has been involved in design and ergonomics for over thirty years. His focus is on the connection between technology and a healthy productive workplace. Alan is a certified workstation practitioner ( yes there is such a thing!) and an experienced international speaker in the workplace industry. Alan believes it is vitally important for people to have strategies to improve their health and productivity in their workplace, wherever that maybe.
Ergotron is proud to be a foundation sponsor of FWA. Ergotron is confident that “flex space” will continue to be a growing part of the commercial real estate mix in the future and believe that ergonomics are as important in a co-working space as it is in a more tradition office.
Clive Dale is Australia’s leading independent advisor on flexible workspace and business-centric property amenity. Clive is a futurist, with a particular focus on the development of workplace solutions that create significant competitive advantage for developers, landlords, occupiers and flexible workspace operators.
Free for FWA members, $20 for non-members.