WORKTECH20 AUCKLAND ANNOUNCEMENT: EVENT POSTPONED

  • CONFERENCE POSTPONED
  • B:HIVE, Smales Farm, Auckland

WORKTECH20 Auckland Announcement: Event Postponed

Please note that we’ve made the joint decision with B:Hive’s leadership team to postpone our WORKTECH20 Auckland conference on Tuesday 17th March 2020 due to the recent developments over the weekend with the COVID-19/Coronavirus situation.

We will be in touch in due course about the revised date but as I’m sure you can appreciate, this is an unprecedented situation and things still remain relatively uncertain. Delegate tickets are still valid and will be transferred to the new date once this is confirmed.

The health and safety of our partners, speakers, delegates and our own team are of paramount importance to WORKTECH, as is the welfare of all visitors to the B:Hive along with those who work here on a daily basis.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. We will continue to monitor the global situation and update the WORKTECH community on developments.

EVENT FOCUS

SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS

  • James Grose

    Principal, BVN

  • Campbell Jensen

    Campbell Jensen

    Senior Manager Property Strategy & Development, Air New Zealand

  • Rachel Winder

    Rachel Winder

    Head of Property Services, Westpac New Zealand Limited

  • Vanessa Sulikowski

    Vanessa Sulikowski

    Distinguished Architect, Cisco

  • Matthew Clark

    Matthew Clark

    Head of Workplace Property New Zealand, ANZ

  • Hilary O’Connor

    VP Asia Pacific, Soul Machines

  • Marjo Lips-Wiersma

    Author, Professor of Ethics and Sustainability, AUT

  • Andrew Barnes

    Andrew Barnes

    Architect of 4 Day Week, Founder of Perpetual Guardian

  • Ursula Oxnam

    Ursula Oxnam

    Director, People & Culture Projects, PwC

  • Philip Ross

    Futurologist & CEO, Cordless Group & UNWORK

INTERESTED IN SPEAKING AT THIS EVENT?

WORKTECH speakers are leading international thinkers, industry strategists and radical visionaries. Our speakers come from some of today’s most successful companies as well as a broad range of progressive and influential organisations.

Please contact Samantha Cullum for more information about speaking at this event

Key Themes

CONFERENCE

THE FLEXIBLE WORKPLACE

Sessions include

B:HIVE Case Study: New Zealand’s Largest & Smartest Co-Working Space

James Grose, Principal, BVN

Laurie Aznavoorian, Senior Practice Director, BVN

Paul Gunn, CEO, Smales Farm

Greg Smale, Director, Smales Farm

BVN and Smales Farm will share the latest post-occupancy insights on the B:HIVE, which was recently voted the best office in the world at the 2019 World Architecture Festival. Interconnected, shared and cross related like the urban fabric; the B:HIVE emulates the future workplace environment and establishes a sustainable model which can be rolled out across the rest of the growth precinct. Whilst it incorporates elements of some existing workplace practices, this model is a global first.

CONFERENCE

DIGITAL WORKPLACE EXPERIENCE

Sessions include

The Sentient Workplace

Philip Ross, Futurologist and CEO, Cordless Group & UnWork

AI and Cognitive Technologies Automating the Workplace Experience

Vanessa Sulikowski, Distinguished Architect, Cisco

The Future of Human-Machine Collaborations

Hilary O’Connor, VP Asia Pacific, Soul Machines

CONFERENCE

THE FUTURE OF WORK & THE WORKPLACE

Sessions include

End User Expert Panel: Exploring the Future of Work & The Workplace

Campbell Jensen, Senior Manager Property Strategy & Development, Air New Zealand

Rachel Winder, Head of Property Services, Westpac

Matthew Clark, Head of Workplace Property (NZ), ANZ

The Future of Meaningful Work and Well-Being

Marjo Lips-Wiersma, Author, Professor of Ethics and Sustainability, AUT

CONFERENCE VENUE

Interconnected, shared and cross related like the urban fabric; the B:HIVE is a new model of workplace, a global first. The building fosters growth and recognizes a need for adaptability. For a business and for building owners alike, to survive in the future market it needs to be agile and requires a flexible environment that will allow it to evolve with a changing landscape. The B:HIVE is the antithesis of “office building” in that its genesis is to be a “place” for flexible, collaborative and community engaged work attracting start-ups, small companies and individuals.

BOOK YOUR PLACE

EVENT SPONSORS

Host Partner

  • Smales Farm

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Supported By

  • WORKTECH-Academy

Networking Drinks Sponsor

INTERESTED IN SPONSORING THIS EVENT?

Our market-leading WORKTECH conferences are “unmissable” events for senior corporate workplace professionals.

WORKTECH provides a vehicle to build your business relationships with these decision makers, develop senior contacts and enhance your credibility with key prospects by alignment with the event.

Please contact Joe Hayes for more information on commercial partnerships