Reporter: the future of work and the workplace


The last outing of the year of WorkTech is ready, set, go in Paris this month


Words by:  Emily Martin

WorkTech’s last forum for 2016 takes place this month in Paris. It will see more than 100 experts meet and listen with industry leaders to discuss issues surrounding the topic of the future of work and the workplace. Furthermore, by attending any WorkTech event (which sees a global programme running throughout the year), visitors are eligible to join the recently established WorkTech Academy, free of charge and enabling further corporate partnership opportunities.

Set up by Jeremy Myerson, on the back of the successful WorkTech conference series, WorkTech Academy creates a global knowledge community linked to the WorkTech conferences. Membership benefits offer ‘blended’ access to content on the future of work and workplace plus opportunities for learning, networking and peer recognition.

WorkTech 16 Paris, 8 December, Le Hive, Schneider Electric, Paris, www.worktechacademy.com





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