Why is London lagging behind in recovering from the pandemic?

As UK cities start to recover after the pandemic, one major  urban centre – London – is still behind the rest of the pack in terms of spend and footfall, according to the latest data from Centre for Cities

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Moving up the value chain: how tech is now all about people

From creating a vertical village to embedding intentional technology into the building, the WORKTECH SmartBuildings22 London conference suggests where we can get the most value from smart technology

Why women face an extra burden in working from home

In the wake of International Woman’s Day, our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at the gap in gender equality in the hybrid work experience – and at the conversations of Workplace Geeks

Live and kicking: five lessons from London for 2022

From the artificial intelligence fallacy to the art of delight, the flagship WORKTECH London conference brought five key learnings for the post-pandemic workplace to the table for 2022

Investing for resilience: how will companies spend on tech in 2022?

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at where technology investments will be made in 2022, and looks ahead to the upcoming WORKTECH Los Angeles and Smart Buildings conferences

The Vitality Index: a new metric for who’s back in the office

Our latest WORKTECH Wednesday Briefing looks at a new metric to identify who is returning to the workplace in North America, Google’s billion-dollar move, and a new Future of Life Science event

FT Live: how new technologies are reframing the workplace

From privacy and security to virtual reality, the next event hosted by the Financial Times will focus on the emerging technologies we now need to conduct flexible work

Destination unknown: the continuing evolution of the ‘new normal’

As organisations strive to create hard-and-fast solutions for the future of work, a new report explores the idea of the future of work as a continuous journey of change and transition