Andrew Cooke Bruntwood Works

Ok, Google – how is worktech evolving in response to Covid-19?

Workspaces must constantly evolve to become smarter, and smart tech offers the possibility of using space in more efficient, proficient ways – important as we respond to changing working habits driven by the pandemic, writes Andrew Cooke, strategic director of Bruntwood Works.

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7 of the best air quality products

For years many of us took indoor environmental quality for granted but now the airborne spreading of the coronavirus has brought the spotlight down on the air around us. Here are some of the companies to check out in this field.

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Chancellor brings in company disclosure on green risk

Rishi Sunak, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, this week announced that, by 2025, a significant number of UK companies will be obliged to report on their climate-related financial risks, in line with recommendations from The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.

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Retail has entered ‘era of belonging’

What does the future hold for retail and leisure? These are clearly challenging times, but seen against those sectors that were cruising before Covid but are now flailing for new ideas, such as offices, retailers have a headstart in confronting uncomfortable truths, and daring those who hold the purse strings to rip it up and start again.