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|March 14, 2023 8:00 am
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Kindly hosted by CBRE, we are pleased to offer a thought leadership session exploring the reimagination of the workplace followed after the session by a building tour of the new CBRE London HQ, Henrietta House. The building, opened in December 2021, is designed as a showcase for the Future of Work and Hybrid working. The panel will review the primary real estate drivers explored through the lens of Physical, Human & Digital considerations, with three points of view exploring the reimagination of the Workplace post-pandemic.
Mike Gedye – Executive Director, EMEA, Head of Technology Sector Vertical, CBRE
Becca Munroe – Senior Workplace Manager -Landsec
Becca Munroe joined Landsec in Dec 2021 as the Operations Lead for MYO, Landsec’s flexible workplace proposition. She began her career with roles in estates and facilities management working in companies such as Colliers International and CBRE GWS. Her previous role was Head of London Operations at Knotel a competitor in the flexible workspace market, where she managed a team that looked after 18 sites across Central London. She is currently focused on delivering and scaling MYO and developing Customised Landsec’s managed workspace proposition.
Georgina Fraser – Head of Human Capital – Consulting, CBRE.
Leading on the intersection between people and place – from workplace culture transformation, behaviour change needed for successful hybrid working to real estate talent transformation.
Nikul Vadgama – Product Manager – Infogrid
Nik is the product manager of Infogrid’s Sustainable Buildings product portfolio. This consists of two products – ESG reporting for Owners of real estate, and Energy Reduction for Facilities Managers. He joined Infogrid ~18 months ago and has overseen the development of this product since its inception to today where it is a core part of Infogrid’s offering. Prior to Infogrid, Nik ran his own LegalTech business helping Insurer and Law firms to handle small claims more effectively to improve outcomes for claimants. He completed his PhD in Aerodynamics on a joint program between Oxford and Cambridge.