HR specialists and facilities managers are invited to a free seminar explaining how business spaces are changing fast – delivered by one of the world’s leading experts in workplaces.
A breakfast seminar and networking event is being staged at The Porter Building, 1 Brunel Way, Slough, on Tuesday March 13 from 8am and 10am when workplace consultant Kursty Groves, renowned author of Spaces for Innovation and I Wish I Worked There!, will describe what makes a space for innovation and what new trends are on the horizon.
The seminar is of particular value to companies exploring how they might change their working environment to accommodate the new thinking around collaborative and co-working areas, and around boosting innovation through building and interior design.
HR manages and facilities managers are welcome as are CEOs and decision-making directors of companies throughout the Thames Valley.
The Porter Building is an example of a modern workplace. It has been designed and built ‘to offer qualitative characteristics to benefit body and mind’. The Porter Building is the first office building in the UK to be awarded WELL Core & Shell Certification through the International WELL Building Institute.
To book a free place at the seminar, staged by Lambert Smith Hampton and supported by The Business Magazine, email Helen Denning at firstname.lastname@example.org or go direct to: our eventbrite booking page.