London’s Workspaces and Multi-modal Working: Opportunity or Threat?

If you are a workspace provider or someone who cares about the future, and impact, of the workspace sector, this event is for you.


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There is surely no doubt that the pandemic has changed our working patterns forever. Surely we will never return to a 5-day per week commute to a Central London Office? There is lots of speculation about the future of work – talk of hub-and-spoke models, multi-modal working. Most commentators seem to be aligned on the fact that the future of work will be much more flexible. But what does this all mean for London’s workspace operators? This event seeks to explore this central question and more specifically will look at: How are workspace providers preparing for the return to work? How do single-site providers stand, compared to multi-site providers? How do outer-London workspaces stand, compared to inner-London? How can we enable London’s workforce (and their employers) to both find and use independent workspaces? Is there a model where people can have a membership offer that covers multiple spaces operated by different providers?   If you are a workspace provider or someone who cares about workspace affordability and local impact, this event is for you.   Draft programme: 11:30 to 11:45 Welcome & introductions – who’s in the room? 11:45 to 12:15 Fireside-chat between leading commentators in London’s workspace sector: Naima Omasta-Milsom, London Business Partnership Jane Sartin, Executive Director, Flexible Space Association Alice Fung, Architecture 00 Alison Partridge, MD OneTech, Capital Enterprise 12:15 to 12:45 Workshop to explore the questions above 12:45 to 13:00 Wrap Up, Next Steps.



Mar 31 2021


11:30 - 13:00

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