The theme for this year’s event is Place, Project, Process: Setting the Pace for Global Change.
27 May, 2013
Singapore is one of the most developed and stable economies in the region, and while its progress is not necessarily mirrored in surrounding nations, both local and international companies in these developing markets are looking for international standard workplaces delivered to global standards.
At the 3rd Annual Asia Office Space Congress – Singapore on 30 May, participants will hear about these new location plans and assess how they will impact the world of work on the level of: Place – where are the new business hubs both geographically and virtually; Project – how to deliver a global project anywhere and for any one; and Process – keeping up with the new standards in workplace strategy and office space management.
This year’s congress will see thought leaders from the industry delivering presentations and expert analysis on the latest trends and market data, technical requirements and sustainable office options.
Topics to be discussed include: understanding Singapore as a regional hub; partnering for sustainability; realising the benefits of agile working strategies; and leveraging technology to optimise the agile workspace
Top image: Shaw Contract commercial carpet. Shaw Contract is one of the participants at this year’s conference
The 3rd Annual Asia Office Space Congress – Singapore will be held on 30 May at The Hotel Fort Canning Singapore. For more information, go to asiaofficecongress.com/singapore/
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