Are your office premises costing your business the earth?
Following staff costs, office premises are often one of the costliest outgoings for many businesses. If you want to find out how you can reduce spend and help the environment, visit the Office of the Future event at Kirkstall Forge on the 14th November 2019.
Smart Buildings will explain how secure technology can create smarter workspaces with short, and long, term cost-benefits by reducing service costs and increasing engineering efficiencies. As well as maximising the performance of the space, it can also help to attract and retain the best people and show how WELL buildings can also increase productivity.
As well as retrofitting your existing space to maximise its performance, Cooper Cromar, the architects behind the award-winning Number One Kirkstall Forge, will also show how new-build space is transforming the way we work.
They will explain how they managed to secure prestigious awards for the best UK Commercial Workplace from the British Council of Offices along with the healthiest place to work from Property Week, giving an exclusive insight as to how the benchmark will be even higher for 2 Kirkstall Forge.
Aisling Ramshaw, head of sales and marketing – Kirkstall Forge for CEG, explains: “This event will help office occupiers find solutions to make their existing premises more productive and efficient as well as seeing how new developments are reducing their environmental footprint, using the latest technologies to maximise productivity and enhance the working environment for staff.”
Top Tech Yorkshire will share the latest updates on the region’s pioneering organisations that are developing technology products and services.
Networking and drinks start at 530pm and the event concludes with more networking at 730pm. To register to attend please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/different-by-design-the-future-of-offices-tickets-73446780297
At Kirkstall Forge, CEG runs regular ‘Different by Design’ thought leadership events inviting renowned speakers from around the world to share their knowledge on topics including design, regeneration, sustainability and wellbeing.
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