The publishers of Mix Interiors and creators of the Mixology Awards present a series of seminars – MixInspired to inspire, inform and entertain those in the world of commercial property and workplace design.
The theme of the 2018 seminars are:
The People Shaping Tomorrow’s Work Place.
The panel; Neil Usher, Executive Consultant at Unispace and workessence, Sam Addison, Project Director at Colliers International, Nick Brook, Head of Facilities at Mills & Reeve LLP and Rohit Talwar, CEO at Fast Future.
In an increasingly competitive world our talented speakers gave their incredible insights on the future of Workplace Making.
See the photos from the MixInspired event here
Between the industry professionals Neil Usher, Sam Addison, Nick Brook and Rohit Talwar they have over 80 years experience across A&D in global organisations.
Samantha Addison Project Director, Colliers International
Samantha Addison is a Director within the Project & Building Consultancy division at global real estate advisor, Colliers International. She has over 25 years of Project Management experience, successfully delivering new-build and fit-out schemes for occupiers across the UK and Europe. These include corporations such as Shell, Microsoft, Nokia Networks, and GSK.×
Previously, Samantha spent two years working for Tower Eight, where she spearheaded the company expansion into the commercial sector, winning and delivering projects for Centrica, Whitbread and Unite and gaining access to two new corporate frameworks.
She also held positions at JLL for 18 years; highlights included heading up the Corporate Occupier PM team as Director, working on secondment to Shell as Regional PMO managing a portfolio of circa 50 capital projects, delivering a BCO award winning new building for Microsoft, and managing their architecture and design department.
Nick Brook Head of Facilities at Mills & Reeve LLP
An agile working law firm? Nick and his team started the revolution, by taking the advantage of a relocation to convert the London office into an agile workplace. (which won The Lawyer Business Leadership Award for most innovative workplace 2016). With another office completed and a third one to start, evolution is taking place in the revolution – building on previous successes, and learning from the things that didn’t go so well.×
Rohit Talwar CEO at Fast Future
Rohit Talwar is a global futurist and the CEO of Fast Future - a professional foresight firm specializing in delivering keynote speeches, executive education, research, and consulting on the emerging future and the impacts of change for global clients. Fast Future publishes books from leading future thinkers around the world, exploring how developments such as AI, robotics, exponential technologies, and disruptive thinking could impact individuals, societies, businesses, governments, future workplaces, the nature of work, and create the trillion-dollar sectors of tomorrow. Rohit and Fast Future have a particular focus on ensuring these advances are harnessed to unleash individual potential and enable a very human future.×
Neil Usher Executive Consultant, Unispace & workessence
With over 25 years in the industry as a property, workplace and change leader, Neil has delivered innovative environments for organisations in a variety of sectors, all over the world. He hasn’t just talked about it – as an occupier, he has been there and done it. Together with this practical experience, his influential blog (www.workessence.com), regular conference talks and occasional performance poetry have made him a leading thinker in the profession. His book “The Elemental Workplace” is published on 1 March.×
MixInspired promises to deliver some fascinating facts, case studies and debate. We hope that you left the seminar having learned something new, made some new contacts and feeling inspired.
And remember, all the MixInspired seminars are CPD accredited.
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