Let’s have a debate

Debate = A formal discussion on a particular topic in a public meeting, in which opposing arguments are put forward.

Much has been said about the impact that the Olympic Games will have on travelling to work in the summer. There is even a website dedicated to encouraging us to ‘Get ahead of the Games’ – I think these are the people who are haranguing us on the motorway with the annoying motorway signs telling us to ‘plan our journey for the Olympics and arrive on time’ Thanks for that, I’m sure that hadn’t entered anyone’s heads!

Anyway, back to the point.  As Director of Herman Miller’s Insight Group, I thought I would make you aware of a debate that will be taking place in London, trying to understand whether the impact will be a short-lived solution, or become a long-term strategy. The debate will take place on the evening of Wednesday 11th July, and will include Evening Standard consumer business editor Jonathan Prynn , Financial Times business journalist Rhymer Rigby, Land Securities Leasing Director  Kaela Fenn-Smith , and Stevan Rolls who is Head of HR at Deloitte

If you would like more information, then CLICK HERE and we will contact you to tell you more about the event.

Oh, and one other thing. As Herman Miller continues to deliver great places to work, research is fundamental to supporting our clients and partners throughout the workplace community. With this in mind, I wonder if you could spare a few minutes to complete this very short and simple survey. If so, then CLICK HERE for your chance to have your say.

If none of the above interests you, then this incredible use of iPads at this year’s MIPIM event just might. I liked it anyway!

About Mark Catchlove

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