Better Spaces transformed the Conrad's existing common areas to show attendees what they could do for their own buildings, demonstrating how they could convert their vacant spaces into experiences that attract and retain tenants.
On May 9th, Bukky Awosogba spoke on the panel addressing the rapidly changing work place.
As technologies and the needs of employees evolve, workplace occupiers and forward thinking landlords need to come together in order to create an environment that allows a workforce to thrive. As occupiers see the workplace as a beacon to attract and retain top talent, landlords are also learning that traditional office space is no longer going to cut it. How can they these two parties learn from each other on how to truly create the ideal place to work?
The conversation was moderated by Jason McCann, President & CEO, VARIDESK.
Fellow panelists included:
Matthew Gabree, Sr. Director of Global Office Experience, TripAdvisor
Reed Gilbert, Head of Real Estate & Workplace Services, Wayfair
John Moran, Real Estate Project Executive Lead, East & Central US and Latin America, Google
Michael Phillips, President, Jamestown Properties
Adam Subber, Managing Principal, Cresa
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