- The Future WorkTech Forum 2020 takes place on the 19th and 20th August 2020.
- The online event gathers technology and workplace experts to discuss the evolving future of work.
- Topics include workplace design, culture, remote work, cybersecurity, HR transformation, talent retention, and more.
The digital revolution has already geared up the business world with dynamic transformation and technologically advanced work operations. The pandemic crisis has pushed this transformation forward at a faster pace and opened doors to innovative and new changes in conducting work.
The Future WorkTech Forum 2020 will be platforming eminent names in the APAC region to brainstorm strategies in redefining the future of business operations, in terms of the changing workforce and workplace management.
According to event speaker and industry expert Steven Sim Kok Leong, Vice President – ISACA Singapore Chapter, said:
“The future of work will be fully digitised. Smart cities will be accelerated, riding on the industrial revolution 4.0. Digital transformation is accelerated with cloud adoption on the increase.”
Chelsea Perino, MD-Global Marketing & Communications – The Executive Centre, said:
“Working in the flexible workspace industry puts us in an interesting position because during times of economic instability, many businesses turn to flexible workspaces to help them cope with downsizing or restructuring of their teams. Particularly with this current crisis, we are seeing businesses begin to re-evaluate their workplace strategy; the openness to employees working remotely is increasing significantly, however conversely the importance of the office has never been more obvious.”
Taking place on the 19 – 20 August 2020, between 1 pm – 5.30 pm (MYT), this event will gather over 500+ participants and industry peers to address the pressing issues of future work operations. With emphasis on emerging technologies and innovations around design thinking, this event will help organizations to be prepared and equipped with the future needs of work conduct and management.
Cedric Warde, Director of Digital Trust & Cybersecurity Product Management, ICT Business, said:
“Automation, cloud, and as-a-service models are slowly becoming the new norm and are changing the way employees work, collaborate and deliver value to their end customer.”
Some of the key sessions of the event include the Keynote, addressed by Ray Milora – Director of Workplace Experience from Cisco Systems, elaborating on “Design, Technology & Culture in the Workplace of the Future”; a Big Tech Talk session on embracing the reality of remote working; Leaders Discussion panel; Cybersecurity Talks; Panel discussion on HR Transformation and Talent Management, and many more.
The event is joined by solution providers who are on a continuous drive to seek solutions and technology to help corporates adapt to the changing ways of business. Some of these event sponsors include CISCO (Platinum Sponsor), Big Innovation Centre (Official Innovation Partner), Microsoft and Poly (Gold Sponsors), International Workplace Group, Crestron, and The Executive Centre (Silver Sponsors), PointGrab and JLL (Associate Sponsors), ICMA-Pakistan (Knowledge Partner), Teknion and Xtra (Networking Partners).
To register and for more information about the speaker lineup, topics, partners and participating companies, visit the event website: futureworktech.com