You used to be able to distinguish an office by its location. The ‘hacks’ were in Fleet Street, the bankers were in the City and the Ad men and women resided in edgy Soho. As major companies break free of their traditional clusters, what is more important now? Cutting-edge office or cutting-edge location? Speakers include Colin Macgadie from BDG, designers of Ogilvy & Mathers’ new Southbank headquarters, and Primo Orpilla of US workplace designers O + A, Ben Raywood from Savills and Lev Kerimol, Principal Regeneration officer at Greater London Authority. Chaired by Mark Eltringham, editor of Workplace Insight.
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