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 is:
The People Shaping Tomorrow’s Work Place.
Join us in Manchester where Tim Pinder of Peaks & Plains Housing Trust, Nick Atkin of Halton Housing and Stephen Hodder from hodder + partners will be accompanied on the panel by fellow industry experts.
Our talented “end user” panel will give you their incredible insights on the future of Workplace Making.
Meet some great industry people, enjoy a drink and some nibbles AND get some CPD points too. All free of charge.
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Hear more from Chief Executive Tim Pinder from Peaks & Plains Housing Trust, Nick Atkin, Group Chief Executive at Halton Housing and Stephen Hodder, Chairman of hodder + partners. More speakers will be announced in the next few weeks.
Carolyn Mellor Owner and MD, homes4u
With Carolyn's roots in retail, she brings an eye for detail and a passion in customer service to the property industry. Creating a well trained team with a single vision and desire to be the best is Carolyn's measure of success.×
Stephen Hodder MBE Chairman, Hodder + Partners
Stephen Hodder MBE is Chairman of Manchester-based architectural practice Hodder + Partners and formerly RIBA President.×
He’s described architecture as a “way of life” and believes that its successful delivery can now only truly be achieved through collaboration. The architectural practice - which received the inaugural Stirling Prize in 1996 for Architecture for the Centenary Building, University of Salford - is currently working on projects including Gary Neville’s £200m Manchester city centre mixed-use scheme St Michael’s and the largest gardening project in Europe RHS Garden Bridgewater.
Tim Pinder Chief Executive, Peaks & Plains Housing Trust
Tim Pinder leads Macclesfield based Peaks & Plains Housing Trust; offering good quality affordable homes to those unable to access the highly priced East Cheshire market.×
Tim is restless for change; whether that be in the way that services are delivered, the way staff are organised or in the way that the working environment is structured, designed and functions.
Nick Atkin Group Chief Executive, Halton Housing
Nick has driven the transformational change of Halton Housing to enable it to be best placed to meet the future opportunities and challenges the housing sector faces.×
Included in the top 25 most influential people in housing, he is a keen advocate of innovation. He uses digital as an enabler to drive fundamental change in how businesses operate. He is also a disruptor in the ‘future of work’ debate.
Nick has been paperless for the last 16 years and introduced a fully flexible/ remote working approach which has driven down operating costs. He has led the move for 90+% of Trust customer led transactions to be online self-service by 2018, driven by the introduction of Universal Credit and the ‘Housing Graph of Doom.’
He writes regularly for Inside Housing and HR Magazine as one of their columnists and tweets on a regular basis (@nickatkin_hht).
Our panel would love to hear your questions, so if there is something you'd like to ask, let us know and we can present this at the event. MixInspired promises to deliver fascinating facts, case studies and debate. We hope that you leave the seminar having learned something new, made some new contacts and feeling inspired.
And remember, all the MixInspired seminars are CPD accredited.
A chance to chat and mingle
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There are very limited spaces for this event with places allocated on a first come first served basis.