Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) ‘Redefining the Workplace for 2025’ 

28 April 2015

SHAPE NSW was the corporate sponsor at the recent Property Council of Australia’s (PCA) ‘Redefining the Workplace for 2025’ breakfast event on 28 April at The Westin. The forum brought together leading workplace professionals to discuss how the workplace is shaping design, the forces that will fundamentally change the workplace in the next decade and how Australia’s productivity and innovation evolve to keep up with global change. PCA guests heard presentations from three keynote speakers: Ross Donaldson (Executive Chairman - Woods Bagot); Peter Black (National Director of Workplace Strategy and Design - Colliers International); and finally Angela Ferguson (Managing Director of Futurespace), who also moderated the discussions to encourage debate and engagement between the subject matter experts.

The event had a strong turnout with over 350 people in attendance, including ten SHAPE staff and clients. SHAPE’s partnership with PCA provides us with the opportunity for further exposure amongst the industry, allowing SHAPE to strengthen our relationships with end users, building owners, and consultants. The sponsorship also ensures we remain informed of property challenges and trends, enabling us to provide our clients with the best possible information and service.  

This entry was posted on Tuesday, 28 April 2015.

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