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  • Why Workplace Futures

    Each year’s Workplace Futures programme is carefully designed to focus closely on current and emerging issues in FM, bringing together some of the best speakers available to shed light and share information. Too many industry events do little more than scratch the surface or offer little more than thinly veiled sales presentations. You’ll get neither from Workplace Futures.

  • Why you should attend

    Workplace Futures is unique. Unlike most events in this industry which simply come and go, this conference builds each year on the success of previous years. Consequently, we have a strong and loyal following, combined with new and fresh interest in each new programme – each of which is designed to deliver real insights and practical advice drawn from frontline experience as well as focused research.

  • Who should attend

    The day is designed specifically for people responsible for FM actions and decisions, whether they are involved in communicating, marketing, selling, procuring or developing services - and, of course, those on the ground implementing and delivering those services, too. Basically, anyone with a genuine interest in the industry and its future.

  • An outstanding track record

    Workplace Futures was launched in 2007. In the years since, more than 220 speakers have offered experience, insights and advice to well over 3100 delegates. The conference theme changes each year to reflect current issues and trends: in the past we’ve looked at the convergence of disciplines and services, the business imperatives of people and profit, the commoditisation challenge, strategic partnerships and innovation.

  • The pre-eminent FM event

    Workplace Futures provides a unique opportunity to identify – and help shape – the future of FM. This is an industry that plays a critical role in the success of virtually every private and public sector organisation. Join in the debate – make your mark on the business – get involved in this important event.

Ann Marie AguilarSenior Vice President EMEA Region, International WELL Building Institute

Ann Marie Aguilar joined the International WELL Building Institute team in 2016, and from a base in London oversees the day-to-day activities of IWBI Europe. Ann Marie’s role is to support ‘early adopters’ of the WELL Building Standard by facilitating communication with IWBI technical experts to provide international translation, alternative adherence pathways and alignment with European sustainability rating tools. She brings to IWBI a technical background in sustainability consulting, having worked for 11 years with Arup Associates, the architectural consulting arm of Arup in their London offices.

Ann Marie AguilarSenior Vice President EMEA Region, International WELL Building Institute

Ann Marie Aguilar joined the International WELL Building Institute team in 2016, and from a base in London oversees the day-to-day activities of IWBI Europe. Ann Marie’s role is to support ‘early adopters’ of the WELL Building Standard by facilitating communication with IWBI technical experts to provide international translation, alternative adherence pathways and alignment with European sustainability rating tools. She brings to IWBI a technical background in sustainability consulting, having worked for 11 years with Arup Associates, the architectural consulting arm of Arup in their London offices.

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Graeme FoxHead of Technical, BESA

Graeme Fox is Head of Technical at the BESA Group. Graeme is an award-winning Chartered Engineer with over 30 years’ experience of building services engineering, specialising in air conditioning, heat pumps, and small commercial refrigeration. He has extensive experience at managerial and Director level as a contractor and within trade associations driving the legislative agenda and guiding stakeholders through regulatory changes.

Graeme FoxHead of Technical, BESA

Graeme Fox is Head of Technical at the BESA Group. Graeme is an award-winning Chartered Engineer with over 30 years’ experience of building services engineering, specialising in air conditioning, heat pumps, and small commercial refrigeration. He has extensive experience at managerial and Director level as a contractor and within trade associations driving the legislative agenda and guiding stakeholders through regulatory changes.

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Hannah NardiniManaging Director, Wkspace

Hannah Nardini is one of the UK’s leading workplace strategists, applying her 26 years of experience in the design of office interiors and the workplace. Hannah has a unique and holistic approach to workplace solutions. Her focus is creating a great and practical work environment that inspires occupants to perform at their best. Along the way, she helps clients to increase productivity and happiness levels, reduce real estate portfolios, build a positive workplace culture, reduce attrition rates and attract the new, yet elusive generation of workers.

Hannah NardiniManaging Director, Wkspace

Hannah Nardini is one of the UK’s leading workplace strategists, applying her 26 years of experience in the design of office interiors and the workplace. Hannah has a unique and holistic approach to workplace solutions. Her focus is creating a great and practical work environment that inspires occupants to perform at their best. Along the way, she helps clients to increase productivity and happiness levels, reduce real estate portfolios, build a positive workplace culture, reduce attrition rates and attract the new, yet elusive generation of workers.

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Hannah HughesRegional Food Transformation Director, Sodexo UK & Ireland

Hannah has led Sodexo’s food platform service development team for the past three years. Working together her Sodexo colleague Harpreet Cheema, the focus now is on driving the food transformation roadmap for the UK and Ireland based on insights, creating clear, differentiated and competitive go-to-market strategies by reviewing existing and emerging B2B/B2C food production and distribution models to develop viable new food models to meet the needs of the market and the company’s clients and consumers.

Hannah HughesRegional Food Transformation Director, Sodexo UK & Ireland

Hannah has led Sodexo’s food platform service development team for the past three years. Working together her Sodexo colleague Harpreet Cheema, the focus now is on driving the food transformation roadmap for the UK and Ireland based on insights, creating clear, differentiated and competitive go-to-market strategies by reviewing existing and emerging B2B/B2C food production and distribution models to develop viable new food models to meet the needs of the market and the company’s clients and consumers.

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Harpreet CheemaHead of Promotions, Digital and Insight, Sodexo UK & Ireland

Harpreet has driven Sodexo’s promotional and omni-channel engagement strategy for over nine years. Working together his Sodexo colleague Hannah Hughes, the focus now is on driving the food transformation roadmap for the UK and Ireland based on insights, creating clear, differentiated and competitive go-to-market strategies by reviewing existing and emerging B2B/B2C food production and distribution models to develop viable new food models to meet the needs of the market and the company’s clients and consumers.

Harpreet CheemaHead of Promotions, Digital and Insight, Sodexo UK & Ireland

Harpreet has driven Sodexo’s promotional and omni-channel engagement strategy for over nine years. Working together his Sodexo colleague Hannah Hughes, the focus now is on driving the food transformation roadmap for the UK and Ireland based on insights, creating clear, differentiated and competitive go-to-market strategies by reviewing existing and emerging B2B/B2C food production and distribution models to develop viable new food models to meet the needs of the market and the company’s clients and consumers.

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Lucy JeynesManaging Director, Larch Consulting

Lucy is a founding director of Larch Consulting, an award-winning advisory practice which specialises in FM and workplace. Her team work with a wide range of commercial, public and charity organisations in the UK and internationally. She is a judge of the Technology in FM Awards and a member of the RICS Strategic FM Advisory Group. Lucy has been voted a Pioneer of FM and one of the 20 Most Influential Women in FM.

Lucy JeynesManaging Director, Larch Consulting

Lucy is a founding director of Larch Consulting, an award-winning advisory practice which specialises in FM and workplace. Her team work with a wide range of commercial, public and charity organisations in the UK and internationally. She is a judge of the Technology in FM Awards and a member of the RICS Strategic FM Advisory Group. Lucy has been voted a Pioneer of FM and one of the 20 Most Influential Women in FM.

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Mark CrossleyOperational Policy Advisor, Health & Safety Executive

Mark has over 20 years’ experience of regulating workplace safety. He works for HSE’s Public Administration, Education and Volunteers team, who lead on developing policy, engaging with stakeholders and providing advice and guidance in respect of local and central government, education and voluntary work.

Mark CrossleyOperational Policy Advisor, Health & Safety Executive

Mark has over 20 years’ experience of regulating workplace safety. He works for HSE’s Public Administration, Education and Volunteers team, who lead on developing policy, engaging with stakeholders and providing advice and guidance in respect of local and central government, education and voluntary work.

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Nicola GillenHead of Total Workspace EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield

Nicola is Head of Total Workspace EMEA at property services group Cushman & Wakefield. She specialises in the relationship between design, people, behaviour & the built environment. An architect and author, Nicola is widely recognised within the industry as a leading authority on workplace strategy, design and behaviour change management. Based in London, she draws from 25 years’ experience delivering workplace strategy and innovation internationally.

Nicola GillenHead of Total Workspace EMEA, Cushman & Wakefield

Nicola is Head of Total Workspace EMEA at property services group Cushman & Wakefield. She specialises in the relationship between design, people, behaviour & the built environment. An architect and author, Nicola is widely recognised within the industry as a leading authority on workplace strategy, design and behaviour change management. Based in London, she draws from 25 years’ experience delivering workplace strategy and innovation internationally.

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Raj KrishnamurthyCEO, Freespace

In addition to being CEO, Raj is a co-founding partner in technology specialist Freespace. He is experienced in delivering solutions for the workplace, with previous roles as Innovation Director for a $1bn facilities management company and GM of a $100m global service organisation. He balances his passion for technology with creating value-based solutions that sustain for the long-term. He is also an expert in user-centric thinking solutions and systems.

Raj KrishnamurthyCEO, Freespace

In addition to being CEO, Raj is a co-founding partner in technology specialist Freespace. He is experienced in delivering solutions for the workplace, with previous roles as Innovation Director for a $1bn facilities management company and GM of a $100m global service organisation. He balances his passion for technology with creating value-based solutions that sustain for the long-term. He is also an expert in user-centric thinking solutions and systems.

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Tim OldmanCEO, Leesman

Tim Oldman is Founder and CEO of Leesman, the world’s foremost authority on employee workplace experience. The Leesman Index is used by industry thought leaders around the world to measure, benchmark and improve the experience of their employees. Last year, Leesman launched new tools that would also evaluate the experience of employees working from home, and today it sits on the largest employee homeworking experience benchmark dataset of its kind, positioning Leesman at the epicenter of the future of work debate.

Tim OldmanCEO, Leesman

Tim Oldman is Founder and CEO of Leesman, the world’s foremost authority on employee workplace experience. The Leesman Index is used by industry thought leaders around the world to measure, benchmark and improve the experience of their employees. Last year, Leesman launched new tools that would also evaluate the experience of employees working from home, and today it sits on the largest employee homeworking experience benchmark dataset of its kind, positioning Leesman at the epicenter of the future of work debate.

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Testimonials

See what other people are saying about us.

Fiona Perrin
Fiona PerrinChair, Independent Builders Merchants Group

“Workplace Futures is one of the only ‘must-attend’ events in the FM calendar because it is unafraid to position industry disruptors alongside thought-provoking leaders – and then demand that the audience joins in to debate the issues. The networking is superb, too.”

Simon Jacobs
Simon JacobsCMO EMEA, SoftBank Robotics

“The Workplace Futures conference consistently challenges the thinking in our industry and provides the platform for consideration of best-practice concepts. Never afraid to be contentious and challenge the status quo, this is achieved not for the sake of it but to really move things forwards.”

Lucy Jeynes
Lucy JeynesManaging Director, Larch Consulting

“The Workplace Futures conference is an anchor event in my calendar. For me, it’s the thinking person’s FM event – it doesn’t have to cater for a broad church of junior members with “FM For Dummies” sessions, but is pitched at a level which engages and challenges the senior figures in the sector, as is evidenced by its delegate-list of decision-makers (this makes for some of the most interesting and useful networking).

The conference programmers clearly have their fingers on the pulse, working hard each year to identify the issues of the day and the important trends. The presenters are high-quality and their content is challenging, plus the snappy slots mean that no one gets to drone on for too long.

On-trend topics with skilled, engaging presenters and a high-level audience lead to great interaction and dialogue. This is a don’t-miss day.”

Mark Rogers
Mark RogersSales & Marketing Director, Corps Security

"Workplace Futures is one of the few events I make every year because it focuses on the core of performance and leadership, coupled with great insight. The one-time move to online will be sustainable, I’m sure – I’ll be there for the content - but I can’t wait for the face-to-face conference to resume. I have been a supporter of i-FM.net and this conference from the very early days as the best source of industry insight."

Nick O’DonnellDirector of Estates & Facilities, King's College London

"Workplace Futures is one of the few events I make every year because it focuses on the core of performance and leadership, coupled with great insight. The one-time move to online will be sustainable, I’m sure – I’ll be there for the content - but I can’t wait for the face-to-face conference to resume. I have been a supporter of i-FM.net and this conference from the very early days as the best source of industry insight."

Rory Murphy
Rory MurphyCommercial Director, VINCI Facilities

"Workplace Futures remains the most relevant and challenging FM conference of the year, a conference that is not afraid to tackle the key issues of the day head on. Workplace Futures combines high quality content with a desire to engage and stimulate audience participation and debate. As a past panellist, presenter and attendee, Workplace Futures always offers great content, significant opportunities to network and is delivered in a relaxed, engaging but highly professional way."