Workspace Business Insight Dinner - Feeding your business collaboration, innovation and creativity
Are digitally demanding and disruptive businesses ready to drive the future?
Workspace, in conjunction with Knowledge Peers, are delighted to be hosting a business insight dinner at Westbourne Studios.
Directors and founders from customers across Workspace’s portfolio are invited to register their interest in attending this complimentary event. We leave ample time for attendees to network with the other senior leaders and of course enjoy delicious food and drinks.
As the needs of digitally demanding and disruptive businesses rise, technology is changing the way individuals can work, but also changing the way businesses work and interact with each other. Are you ready for these changes?
These changes are transforming London and other cities of the Future, driving huge change in working practices and culture. This Business Insight event looks at what is required to create a truly collaborative, innovative and creative environment for those working in our City’s fastest growing sector.
This is a broad topic – touches on the new mobility of working (how your “office” follows you) through to the way knowledge sharing is breaking down the walls between businesses, to the value of flexible working environments and the design and technology that will drive change.
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We also have a limited number of tickets available for non-Workspace customers, please register your interest in attending ASAP.
During the evening we will hear from:
This insight event will be chaired by Joshua Uwadiae, Founder and CEO of WeGym - Apprenticeship Ambassador - Driving the social fitness revolution
Satalia - We use algorithms to solve hard problems
Daniel Hulme is the CEO of Satalia, a London-based company that provides Artificial Intelligence (AI) inspired solutions to solve industries hardest problems. He is also the Director of UCL’s Business Analytics MSc, applying AI to solve business and social problems.
Daniel is a popular public speaker specialising in the topics of Philosophy, Technology, Innovation and Organisational Design. He is a serial TEDx speaker and a faculty member of Singularity University.
Daniel has a Masters and Doctorate in AI from UCL, lecturing in Computer Science and Business, and is passionate about how technology can be used to govern organisations and bring positive social impact.
Daniel is the co-founder of the ASI and has Advisory and Executive positions in many companies. He holds an international Kauffman Global Entrepreneur Scholarship and actively promotes positive entrepreneurship and technology innovation across the globe.
Generate Studio - Great Spaces Make Great Places
Liz Close is founder and Managing Director of Generate Studio. Having started her professional career as a Management Consultant, she took a radical U-turn early on and followed her true passion of design, establishing her own practice in 2003. They've helped CityMapper settle into Clerkenwell Studios, added astroturf to Mind Candy's HQ, and built desks out of reclaimed crates at Pact Coffee.
Veldhoen + Company – Sainsbury’s, LEGO and Activity Based Working (ABW)
David Sheehan is Managing Partner (UK) at Veldhoen + Company. David guides leaders in organisations to develop and implement innovative work styles based upon the principle of Activity Based Thinking (create the best circumstances for people to do their work, work more time and place independent, align the way of working to the aspired business drivers and company values). Veldhoen + Company is the global market leader in Activity Based Working, with the highest number of unique projects worldwide including Lego’s London based ABW Hub.
David spent the majority of his career at Sainsbury’s where as the Store Development Director, he lead the team that delivered approx. 6 million sq.ft of new retail space between 2004 and 2015. David was also responsible for delivering the innovative sustainability solutions into the Sainsbury’s built environment.
In 2013 David led Sainsbury’s move of 5,000 colleagues to New Ways of Working including the relocation of Departments out of London, creating a new Head office for the Sainsbury’s Bank and introducing Activity Based Working into the heart of the Company.
The Financial Times visited the LEGO office in London: Activity Based Working (ABW) is their concept for the office design taken on by Lego in its new London Hub. Find out more
What to expect?
The insight events combine an interesting mix of ‘live’ case studies of senior directors from New and Growing Companies who have encountered a relevant challenge, together with Q&A with industry experts.
Our insight events focus on what you can learn and how it might impact you or your business. We don’t spend that much time talking at attendees and we build in plenty of opportunities for attendees to question case study subjects.
Please contact Knowledge Peers on WBI@knowledgepeers.com if you have any questions about this business insight event or, if you'd like to come, please register your interest.
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