20 Sep WORKTECH DUBAI 2017
FUTURE Designs will join a host of leading specialists in the working environment on the 26th September 2017 for the WORKTECH conference at Address Boulevard,5-STAR, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, PO Box 214477
Dubai, UAE. This year’s event has attracted some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss, and divulge the last thinking on the Future of Work and the Workplace.
Key themes for WORKTECH Dubai include; The Future of Living and Working in World Cities; Smarter Working; The New Digital Workplace and Wellness & Work.
At 15:00 David Clements, Managing Director of FUTURE Designs will join Richard Stratton, Partner and Managing Director, Middle East, Cundall, Diane Thorsen, Principal Design Director at Perkins Will, Mustafa Elfeky, Project manager at Oracle and Carla M Arias the Assistant Professor of Interior Design, Canadian University Dubai for a panel discussion on Wellness & Implications for Future of Work in the Middle East.
The jam-packed schedule will be concluded with presentations from Ulrich Blum an Associate at work renowned Zaha Hadid Architects, Primo Orpilla the co-founder and principal of Studio O+A, an interiors firm in San Francisco that specialises in workplace design and Philip Ross Futurologist & CEO, Cordless Group & UNWORK.
As a Silver Sponsor for the event, FUTURE Designs will be showcasing i the very latest thinking in LED and Human-Centric lighting, on its stand with a number of representative form the business available to discuss the future of illumination on our workplaces.
David Clements, Managing Director of FUTURE Designs says:
“We are delighted to be taking part in this event that brings together the thinkers and doers in commercial workplaces, with the shared objective of creating innovative and productive environments that are conducive to profitable and successful businesses.”
About the event
WORKTECH Dubai is organised by UNWIRED, a leading research and events company, looking at the impact that emerging technologies will have on work and the work place, the retail sector, and the property sector. The forum brings together senior professionals and thought-leaders for unsurpassed learning and networking opportunities.