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The real estate and space stream will discuss the future of the workplace and its role in the future of work. This is the perfect opportunity to hear from the companies who are innovating and disrupting the traditional ideas and theories around workplace and property design.

Sessions not to be missed include: Airbnb discussing the function of novelty in the workplace and Nokia sharing insight on how they integrated smart building design into their strategy.




The stream will provide a platform for experts to come together and discuss how collaboration tools and technology have given rise to new ways of working and what this means for the office of 2030. We are delighted to welcome leading companies such as Volvo, KLM and UBS to the stage to share their knowledge and insight on this rapidly changing space.

Join this stream to learn how you can smoothly transition your company through the fourth industrial revolution.



Most business leaders would agree now that in order to succeed in the future of work, their employees’ experience has to be equally as good as their customer’s. However, many are still unsure how to get there in a sustainable and effective way.

Work 2.0’s people and talent stream will carefully dissect and examine how businesses can truly harness the full potential of talent with sessions including, employee acquisition, retention, diversity and performance.




There is no doubt that health and wellbeing is quickly rising up the business agenda and moving from the ‘nice to have’ category to an essential business imperative.

Work 2.0’s wellness stream will discuss new innovations in workplace health and wellbeing including mindfulness, positive psychology, behavioural safety and innovative health technology. This stream is essential to all businesses who want to retain productive employees over the next 10 years. Key speakers include: Novartis, Nokia, HSBC and Jaguar Land Rover .




"I am looking forward to participating in this unique blend of discussion between HR, Real Estate, Facilities and Wellbeing departments’ 

John Kerr, Head of Property, Ladbrokes


"Work 2.0 is one of the ‘future of work’ conferences that you really need to attend: it has a fantastic speaker line up covering the industry’s biggest trends and challenges"

Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett, Global Diversity & Inclusion Adviser,
Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei)



AstraZeneca, Global Real Estate Portfolio and Project Director, Axco, Head of People Development, BBC., Diversity and Inclusion Lead, Barclays Bank Plc, Director of Early Careers, BT, Global Health and Wellbeing Clinical Lead, Cisco Systems, Managing Director and Workplace Resources E.M.E.A.R., Credit Suisse, Global Head of Smart Working, Criteo, Head of Workplace Experience EMEA, Diageo Plc, Global Facilities Director, DX Group, Director of Property and Facilities Management, EDF Energy, Head of Innovation, First Rail Holdings, Head of Employee Engagement and Reward, GlaxoSmithKline, Workplace and Design Director - Worldwide Real Estate and Facilities, Grant Thornton Llp, Director of Leadership Development, Hanover Communications International Limited, Director of Talent, Heathrow, Enterprise Mobility Programme Lead, Hogan Lovells International LLP, Head of Global Diversity - Inclusion and Wellbeing, HSBC, Global Head of Financial Institutions Group, I.K.E.A, People and Communities Leader, K.L.M. Royal Dutch Airlines, Program manager Winning Way of Working, KPMG, UK People Director, Ladbrokes Coral, Property Director, LEGO Group, London New Ways Of Working Lead, Lloyds Banking Group, People Director - Group Culture and Best Team, London Stock Exchange Group, Head of HR Programmes, Maersk Group, Director - Head of Diversity & Inclusion, Marks & Spencer, Project Manager - Smarter Working, Mars Chocolate, Health and Wellbeing Business Partner, McDonalds Corporation, Reputation & Culture Manager, Mills & Reeve Llp, Head of Facilities, Mind, Head of Workplace Wellbeing, N.H.S. England, Healthy Workforce Programme Manager, Nationwide Building Society, Head of Digital Workplace, Nestle, Global Head of Functional Training and Learning, Nokia, Global Head of Design Services, Nortal, Head of Talent Acquisition, Novartis, Global Head of Integrated Health Management, Penguin Random House U.K., Director of Strategy of Culture and Innovation, Philips Electronics (UK) Ltd, HR Director, Public Health England, National Lead for Adult Health and Wellbeing, RBS, Workplace Strategy Lead, Royal Bank of Scotland, Head of RBS Choice and Design, Royal Mail, Group Director of Safety - Health and Wellbeing, RWE Group, Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing, Samsung, Head of Reward, Schneider Electric, Global HR Wellbeing Specialist, SKY, Property Director, Standard Chartered Bank Ltd, Global Head of Workplace and Group Property, TalkTalk Group, Head of Culture and Engagement, Thames Water, Head of Safety - Health and Wellbeing, Three, Head of People Insight, Tieto, Head of Employee Engagement, Transport for London, Head of Mental Health, Twitter, Head of REW EMEA, U.B.S, Head of Real Estate and Workspace EMEA, Uber, Regional Workplace Manager - Northern Europe, UK Government, Member for East Worthing and Shoreham, Unilever, European Health and Wellbeing Manager - UK&I Health & WellbeingPROGRAMME Lead, , , Virgin Atlantic Airways, Senior Manager, Vodafone, Global Head of Resourcing and Employer Brand, Walgreens Boots Alliance Global Brands, Senior Leader - Reward - ER & Policy, Yorkshire Water, Senior Occupational Health Specialist Practitioner, Zaha Hadid Architects, Head of User Parametrics, Zalando, Head of Real Estate, Zenith, HR Director, Zest Lifestyle, Chief Vitality Officer,



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See you in London | 4th - 5th April 2019




Work 2.0 is two events: A world-class conference where business leaders from around the world meet; and, a unique work, wellbeing and office tech exhibition. To visit the exhibition is free. There is, naturally, a registration fee to attend the conference.



Ina Luft
+44 (0)20 7092 1191


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+44 (0)20 7092 1183


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+44 (0)207 092 1094