What we learned from automating 1m sq ft of commercial space
From buildings “going rogue” to calculating how much automation can really cut costs in an office, Workman’s James Hallworth reflects on the first 16 months since launching building operating system IBOS.
GALLERY | The kibbutz embracing flex workspace
Where would you open a flexible office in a hyper-competitive market? The middle of a city teeming with giant multinationals, fledgling startups and the people who keep them all ticking – or at the heart of a suburban collective founded on utopian ideals?
LISTEN | Gecina’s Antoine Geoffroy, head of R&D and innovation
With a wealth of experience at the heart of Gecina, the €20bn French real estate company, Antoine Geoffroy dives into the challenges real estate faces in tech and the “next big revolution” for the industry.
Harvard Business School | Hybrid work could be ‘best of both worlds’
Working from home some of the time is associated with better communication and higher quality work than working entirely from home or the office, according to a study from Harvard Business School.
Round Hill Ventures on avoiding startups that ‘burn cash heavily’
Falling startup valuations are an opportunity to back businesses that tackle urgent issues like the ongoing energy crisis, proptech VC Round Hill Ventures has told PlaceTech after two back-to-back investments.