Worktech

Hong Kong

Tall storeys: three challenges facing Hong Kong’s workplace

Hong Kong has long been a hub for China’s financial, law, retail and property markets, but emerging smart districts in…

Sydney

Super-experience: what to expect at WORKTECH Sydney 2019

Australia is no stranger to workplace transformation. Its workplaces have pioneered some of the most innovative designs implemented around the…

Going global: The World of Work in 2019 explores what’s in store

Against a background of political turmoil, economic uncertainty, digital disruption and polarised opinions, it is becoming ever more important for…

Toronto takes stock of the unintended consequences of change

Canada generally has a reputation for biding its time and calmly weighing up the options while its bigger, brasher US…

West Coast work shift: four questions we asked in San Francisco

‘We’re changing from know-it-alls to learn-it-alls,’ said Natalie McCullough of Microsoft at WORKTECH San Francisco 2018, held at the Mission…

Swiss style: Basel looks at behaviour to design the next workspace wave

It can sometimes be too easy to pigeonhole entire nations into distinct workplace stereotypes: the German are efficient, the British…

Here comes 2019: the lexicon of work that points to the way ahead

Tech-Lash A catch-all term to describe a growing backlash against the intrusive effects of technology on our working lives and…

Spontaneous, social and green: London lifts the lid on the new workplace

WORKTECH London, the flagship event in the global WORKTECH series, took centre stage in the wonderfully refurbished Purcell Room in…