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Workplace Week International 2020 Line-up Revealed

Workplace Week International 2020 Line-up Revealed
03 November 2020

Workplace Week International 2020, held between 9-12 November, is a virtual festival that celebrates global workplace transformation. 

Siemens Global, Max Life Insurance, Skyscanner and Deloitte are some of the global organisations that will give the virtual delegates of Workplace Week International 2020 a window into their future workplace strategy.

The four-day festival will showcase how world-leading organisations are navigating the challenges of 2020, transforming their workplace models and using science, innovation and new working practices to enhance employee wellbeing, sustainability and business performance.


"The goal is to celebrate workplace transformation, arm business leaders with new knowledge and raise lots of money for worthwhile causes.”

–Andrew Mawson

Managing Director, Advanced Workplace Associates


Twenty Corporate Workplace Change Case Studies


Organised by Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA), the programme consists of 20+ virtual corporate case studies, cornerstone panel sessions with leading industry experts, and sponsor events. 

The week will shine a light on how organisations are transforming their workplace models, technology and infrastructure against a backdrop of COVID-19, globalisation, climate change, and significant socio-economic change.

All proceeds through registration will be donated to the festival’s international charity partners: BBC Children in Need in the UK; Make a Wish in France, Brazil, Switzerland and India; and the I Have a Dream Foundation in the US – boosting the $100,000+ total already raised to date in the UK and US throughout Workplace Week’s 10-year legacy.

Find out more about the event and the speakers involved here.                  

“Each year, Workplace Week has got bigger and better, bringing new insights on work, place and leadership,” Andrew Mawson, Managing Director of AWA, said.

“We want to expose people in all sorts of disciplines, including CRE, FM, HR, IT and operations, to new thinking, while creating a conversation and a space for shared learning. The goal is to celebrate workplace transformation, arm business leaders with new knowledge and raise lots of money for worthwhile causes.”

Picture: a photograph of a group of workers at a meeting table

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 03 November 2020


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