WORKPLACE '99 PROVIDES TOPICAL PRESENTATIONS AND STIMULATING DEBATE IN THE HUB
WORKPLACE '99 - the office furniture and workplace event, will once again be providing lively and stimulating debate in The Hub. The conference agenda comprises speakers from a wide range of industry related backgrounds and promises to be both controversial and pioneering.
The Hub has been designed with a fresh and innovative approach by Lorenzo Apicella of Pentagram Design. "In 1997 The Hub defined a 'place'," says Apicella. "In 1999 we are framing this place more architecturally, giving greater enclosure to its activities with structure and form. It will reach out and draw in the space around it to be the main focus for all the show's events".
Speakers include keynote addresses by James Woudhuysen who will speak about 'The Way We Work'; Tim Brown of IDEO will give his 'Vision of the Future'. Within the Hub, there will also be a series of chaired discussions taking place throughout the week. These include 'Technology for the Future' 'Trends in Creative Offices'; Humanising the Work Place' and a debate on whether dealers should expect stronger distribution disciplines from their suppliers.
Mike Allsopp, Group Exhibition director, Reed Exhibitions said: "WorkPlace has become such an established event in the office furniture and workplace calendar and we are thrilled with the quality of speakers lined up to present and to discuss some of the hottest issues of the moment. The high calibre of our experts presenting in The Hub promises to attract a number of people keen to hear what they have to say."
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