One of the advantages of being a nationwide digital community is we get to hear voices from every part of the industry in every part of the country. And if listening to those voices has taught us anything over the last few weeks, it’s that returning to business as usual is a very different experience depending on where you’re based. That’s why we’re launching BIMA Huddles. Each edition will be recorded and you’ll hear from people across the industry, each with new perspectives to share.
For this BIMA Huddle, we have brought together a panel from across the UK, Manchester, Scotland, Brighton and London to get a full regional and national picture of how digital businesses are managing the future of the workplace.
Mark Ralphs (Host) - MD, Good Rebels, Brighton
Nadine Schofield - Founder, Project Management OD, Brighton
Jayne Baguley - Design Team, Creative Lead, Bruntwood Works, North West
Richard Simpson - MD, Tayburn, Edinburgh
Chloe Bush - Facilities Manager, Rufus Leonard, Agency, London
Emilie Lashmar - Creative Director, Platf9rm Co-working space, Brighton
This BIMA Huddle considers the Future for the Office, how agencies have used the office as an additional persona in their team to woo clients and what this means in the light of the changing way we are using workspace during Covid19 pandemic and beyond.
Introduction; What impact Covid19 has had on office space useage. Working from home and the role of the co-working space. Challenges for employers for short and longer term tenancy and flexible approaches to working from employers.
“The best ideas, the best thinking happens communally” Mark Ralphs, Good Rebels
What do we see the future of the office space and working environment? How will changing office use affect our relationships and trust with clients and staff team?
“we're in this together and we'll come out of it together. We are all shaping our futures together” Jayne Baguley, Bruntwood Works
42 mins – end
What will be the future for offices, co-working, homeworking and local working patterns?