Join us to explore the future of the office. COVID-19 led to the world moving to flexible and remote working overnight. Replacing the daily commute and office for kitchen tables and home working. Join us and our keynote speakers when we ask, are we out of the office for good?

Our speakers will consider:
  • The role of the office as we restart and rebuild
  • What Scotland really needs from its workspace infrastructure
  • How the ideal workspace can increase well-being, productivity, collaboration and innovation. 
Join us, our partners and keynote speakers for an evening of inspiration and insight into workspaces of the future.

This event will be facilitated by Not9to5 - Experts in supporting individuals and organisations to move away from the '9-to-5'. Through practical training and innovative events they support you to develop the skills needed to transform your future.

Speakers include: 

Flexibility Works - Scotland's leading experts in working flexibly, with a practical and creative approach they support employers to develop more flexible workplaces. 
 
General Assembly - A leader in education, since 2011 they have been transforming tens of thousands of careers through pioneering, experiential education in today's most in-demand skills.

Phil Prentice, Chief Officer of Scotland Towns Partnership and National Programme Director of Scotland's Improvement Districts. With 25 years economic development experience across the public and private sectors, my role as Chief Officer is to drive sustainable change through collaboration and partnership. Town and City Centres are clearly back on the political agenda. 

Dentons LLP the world's largest law firm, their global team builds agile, tailored solutions to meet the local, national and global needs of private and public clients of any size in 188 locations serving 77 countries.

Carolann Dench – People Business Partner at Incremental Group with over 17 years experience as a HR professional both with multinational organisations and now working in a high growth SME. She is passionate about improving employee engagement and has been a strong advocate and supporter of flexible working for all in the workplace. 

Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WEAll) is the leading collaboration of organisations, alliances, movements and individuals working together to transform the economic system into one that delivers human and ecological wellbeing.