Day one will explore how new technologies are shaping the built environment and the new world of work. Leading thinkers and Industry practitioners come together to debate trends and explore ways to best enhance assets of space, technology and people.

We share new global case studies and offer insight into latest thinking around workplace apps, property technology, connected urban environments, 5G, sensors, cloud and mobile technology, AI, AR and more… exploring the opportunities these technologies provide for business leaders and their organisations. Key themes include shaping cities, the future of London and placemaking, sustainable futures, ESG and how new technologies and intelligent buildings can become more economic for owners and more functional, and safe, for occupiers.


Day two of The Unworking Conference is focused on workplace experience, hosted by Accenture in their newly refurbed workplace at 30 Fenchurch. Learn how to create a great workplace experience that makes your employees happy and drives better business outcomes with leading thinkers and industry visionaries.

We will explore an holistic approach to creating an optimal environment for employees to do their work. Focusing on Space – the physical surroundings in which employees do their work. Technology – the systems and tools employees use to do their jobs. People – the relationships, policies, and cultural standards that impact how work is done.

We hope you can join us for both days of this two-day conference, however individual day tickets are available.


Full Conference | 2 DAYS

Super Early Bird Rate – £499

Early Bird Rate – £599

Standard Rate – £749

DAY ONE | Smart Technologies

Super Early Bird Rate  – £299

Early Bird Rate  – £399

Standard Rate  – £499

DAY TWO | Workplace Experience

Super Early Bird Rate  – £299

Early Bird Rate  – £399

Standard Rate  – £499

Following the launch of Unworking: The Reinvention of the Modern Office by Jeremy Myerson and Philip Ross, The Unworking Conference will question how we create new models of work, fit for an age of digital technology, design innovation and diverse workforces.

Over the past hundred years, the office has been integral to the development of modern society. It has shaped the architecture of our cities, the behaviour of our organizations and the everyday movements of millions of people. In 2020, however, the global pandemic brought our attendance in the office to an abrupt halt and triggered a complete re-evaluation of the purpose of the workplace. This book offers a panoramic view of the office and explores what happens next.

“A timely new book about how to reinvent the office [by] veteran observers of the future of work.” – Andrew Hill, Financial Times

“Brimming with ideas, insights, examples and wisdom, this is the go-to book for everyone interested in the future of the office.” – Lynda Gratton, Professor of Management Practice, London Business School, and author of Redesigning Work

“Myerson and Ross expertly examine the facets reshaping the office landscape with a view into “What’s Next”.” – Harald Becker, Director of Customer Engagements and Insights, Microsoft


Host Partner

  • accenture

Platinum Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

  • Cisco

Bespoke Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Bronze Sponsor

VIP Dinner Sponsors

Catering Sponsor

Supported By

  • WORKTECH-Academy