Tel. +41 61 295 50 18isabelle. wymann@baselarea. swiss
WORKTECH18 Basel is a unique one-day conference with leading thinkers coming together to debate the new world of work, exploring new trends and technologies that will transform the way we work. The event takes place on 8th November 2018 at Launchlabs, an inspiring think tank that empowers customers, partners and employees to achieve more in a world which is driven by continuous innovations. Join 100+ senior level professionals from IT, HR, real estate, workplace, facilities, leadership, operations, finance and innovation as well as architects and designers exploring the future of work and the workplace.
Key themes include:
•The Future Workplace
•Design and Technology
•Workplace and Future Innovation
•New Ways of Working
Confirmed speakers include:
•Uli Blum, Associate, Zaha Hadid Architects| Examining The self-learning workplace and the Future of Smart Buildings
•Dr Claire Penny, Global Industry Leader, IBM | Claire will share how Cognitive buildings respond to their occupants and are not only efficient but cool to be in.
•Stefan Camenzind, Executive Director, Evolution Design | Stefan will explore a variety ofcase studies with PwC, TeamBank, Easy Credit and how these case studies have impacted the future of the workplace and building a connected workplace.
•Niklaus Arn, Managing Director RBSGroup & Drees & Sommer | Examining how user centric design and disruptive technology is effecting the way we are building and impacting use and experience of Smartbuildings.
•Andreas Erbe, Faculty for the master’s in strategic design of spaces programme, IE Schoolof Architecture & Design; Founder of launchlabs| Andreas will explore an alternative way of creating human-centered work environments through design thinking as an agile and collaborative approach.
•Ali Ganjavian & Key Kawamura, Co-Founders, Studio Banana | Ali and Key will examine the concept of 'Happy Spaces' and how nowadays workplaces need to adapt to the employees needs and new ways of working, and how engaging and comfortable workspaces increase productivity.