Envisioning Successful Hybrid Solutions Going Forward – The End User Perspective Wednesday, 2 November 2022 from 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM

W-183 C (Level 1)
Session Type
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We are living in a time with an abundance of tech innovation and tools that enable new ways to connect. There is also a renewed sense of what is driving all this change – the desire to better enable people to live and work in optimum conditions. But many of us are still working in conference rooms where we can't connect and meetings are viewed as a waste of time. We need to embrace these new tech tools to enhance and support meaning human interaction. Combining our experience working with clients around the world, we know clients today want a holistic approach, ease, service, comprehensive solutions, and spaces that empower and inspire people. This panel will delve into real life examples of how their companies are creating hybrid solutions and share what has, and has-not, worked.

Key Takeaways:

  • Hear directly from end-users what their needs are and how they are looking to create hybrid spaces.

  • Understand the environments being designed today to enable remote and on-site work.

  • Envision the type of solutions to offer end-users to create meeting equity.


Portrait photo of Casey Carlson Casey Carlson
Managing Director | Real Estate Services, Deloitte Services LP (Boston)
Portrait photo of Doug Jeoffroy Doug Jeoffroy
SVP, Global Corporate Real Estate, Royal Bank of Canada
Portrait photo of Monique Rezaei Monique Rezaei
Director, NA Channel Sales | Microsoft Teams Rooms Devices | Device Partner Solution Sales (DPSS), Microsoft
Portrait photo of Kay Sargent Kay Sargent
Director of WorkPlace, HOK


Employee Engagement, Technology & the Built Environment, Workplace

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