Findings from 5,000 respondents to a global survey by Colliers International have painted a detailed picture of the productivity of workers during lockdown and the implications of extended working from home on companies and staff.
For property managers the lockdown has shone a light on the way we use technology as never before and raised the importance of cleaning up data sharing, according to a report by the Institute of Residential Property Management.
The government has set out a timetable for the reopening of restaurants, pubs and bars from 4 July. While a lot of focus will be on businesses as employers the food and beverage sector also has to take into account customers, possibly more than any other sector.
Forward-thinking developer, Jacob Loftus, founder and CEO of London-based General Projects, joins Bold founder, Caleb Parker, to discuss how his company is reinventing assets to be customer focused and create long-term value.
Join attendees from Bouwinvest, BNP Paribas, Cemex, Fifth Wall, M7 Structura, Axel Springer and more to meet startups from across the world for this dedicated funding summit due to be held on 1 and 2 July.
Now that lockdown measures are beginning to ease and the prospect of meeting up with friends and family in a restaurant or having a drink in a pub is closer, businesses are planning for what a return to the workplace will look like.
Annie Rinker, director of office innovation at Hines, joins Bold Founder, Caleb Parker, to offer some important advice for asset owners who are thinking about launching their own in-house Space-as-a-Service operation.