Welcome to 'The Office Reimagined', a BCO Webinar Series which will see an outstanding speaker line-up from Toronto and the UK, bringing three of the plenary sessions we had planned for 2020's Annual Conference to you virtually.

Start Date / Time 15 Apr 2021 14:30
End Date / Time 15 Apr 2021 16:00
Venue Webinar
National Yes
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members No


Over the past 20 years, disruptive technology has underpinned economic globalization, urbanization, and reshaped the way people work. The global workforce became more agile, productive, and connected and as a result, key office markets around the world were on a steady growth trajectory with some now experiencing record-setting development cycles.

This disruption led to more sophisticated occupier requirements causing developers and landlords to rethink their current tenant offerings. The development of smart buildings, investment in technologies, and creating enhanced end-user experiences are solutions that met the needs of the office tenant; but what will occupier requirements look like post pandemic? The speed at which technology and agile working evolves will only continue to increase over the next 20-40 years, which is why it’s critical for developers and landlords to find ways to ‘future-proof’ their assets now, in order to meet the demands of tomorrow.

Join us for an interesting discussion with some of Canada’s premiere developers and property technology specialists as they share their perspectives on the future of office buildings and key observations on how to stay ahead of the curve as they race to develop leading-edge office towers.

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Chuck Scott, CEO, Canada & Latin America, Cushman & Wakefield


Michael Emory, President and CEO, Allied

Mike Monteith, CEO, Thoughtwire

Sal Iacono, Executive Vice President, Operations, Cadillac Fairview

Jonathan Pearce, Executive Vice President, Leasing and Development, Office and Industrial, North America, Ivanhoé Cambridge

Chuck Scott, Michael Emory, Jonathan Pearce, Sal Iacono, Mike Monteith



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