Built Environment Technology Alliance webinar recap

Built Environment Technology Alliance webinar recap

CBRE, JLL, Colliers and Cushman & Wakefield were interviewed by IFMA's Information Technology Community to talk about the short and long-term impacts of COVID-19. Are leading services providers changing their approach to Service Delivery & Technology Utilization?

20 August 2020: Half-day online masterclass 'Return to WorkPlace'

20 August 2020: Half-day online masterclass 'Return to WorkPlace'

Gensler, Silverstein, AIA, NuTec and Dojo present best-practices for creating a safe & productive post-lockdown workplace. Organised by the American PropTech Academy. 

WEEKEND EDITION 4

'Fight for your world' video asking the question 'Are you for or against Earth?' The World Wildlife Fund hopes you think again before returning to pre-COVID-19 business methods.

PwC Report seems to be reflecting the change happening

PwC Report seems to be reflecting the change happening

"When everyone can work from home, what’s the office for?" is the title of a report on remote working. And the conclusion is clear. Again. It is about time to change 'Out of Office' to 'Working from Home'.  

Hydrogen helicopters instead of company cars?

Hydrogen helicopters instead of company cars?

The European Commission has set the example. Huge clean and green hydrogen investments are planned. Help create a big demand for hydrogen buildings and company cars. Sign up for the alliance.

Wunderman Thompson is optimistic about our future

Wunderman Thompson is optimistic about our future

Taming Tech. Disaster Proof. Regenerative. Health. Wellness. Faith. The Future 100 report looks beyond COVID-19 and sees how we will innovate work and solve problems. 

Lessons learned from remote working. 

Lessons learned from remote working. 

Kate Lister of Global Workplace Analytics and IFMA WE addressed the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Two days Working from Home works perfectly, delivers savings and increases productivity!

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