Worktech

Dateline New York: what makes a city a great place to work?

The tenth anniversary edition of the WORKTECH New York conference featured an expert panel discussing how the city has changed in the past ten years –revealing four pillars of the urban experience that shape work and life

millennial

A Third City of Entrepreneurs: the workplace revolution of Los Angeles

As Los Angeles welcomes a new cohort of workers into its offices, the inaugural WORKTECH LA 19 explores the changing needs of employees from workplace design, leadership styles and technology infrastructure

Tech and Trends

Clash of the digital titans: a reality check on workplace technology

Tensions between today’s workplace and the emerging digital workplace were brought into sharp relief at WORKTECH’s latest Tech and Trends 2019 briefing

PropTech

Passport to PropTech: how technology is changing real estate models

How can property portfolios thrive amid the turbulence of mass digitisation? WORKTECH’s inaugural specialist PropTech conference explored the issues

Japan charts upturn in local fortunes as Tokyo turns to teleworking

The second WORKTECH Tokyo conference didn’t just rely on new ideas from elsewhere – after years of stagnation, the local market is showing positive signs of adopting new ways of working

latam

Four capitals discuss emerging workplace trends in Latin America

Big themes of workplace change were on the agenda as WORKTECH branched out with four conferences in Latin America in 2018. Six more are planned for 2019

What can Denmark’s capital of wellbeing bring to the future workplace?

Copenhagen tops the world city index for happiness. But as its inaugural WORKTECH conference suggested, can we have too much of a good thing? And where does the Scandinavian office go next?

Bengaluru

Passage to India: Bengaluru debates global tech versus local design

Is workplace technology going too far for Indian office design? The inaugural WORKTECH Bengaluru (Bangalore) conference debated the paradox of human-centric work in a machine-led environment