London technology week - designing a better digital workplace

As part of London Tech Week, we're holding a breakfast workshop looking at how and when to use design to increase collaboration and efficiency in your company.

As part of London Tech Week, this breakfast workshop will look at how a well designed digital workplace can increase collaboration and efficiency. 

When: Tuesday 21 June, 8.30am – 10.30am
Where: Etc. Venues The Hatton, 51-53 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8HN

Q&A Session with PANDORA

Hear from contemporary jewellery manufacturer and retailer, PANDORA, as they share their intranet design journey. 

Why It Matters

Digital workplaces that connect together all parts of your business are becoming an essential platform to help you grow, bringing together your network of people, tools, content and knowledge into one single environment. Having a well-designed digital workplace can be the crucial difference between your employees adopting this new technology and leaving it to decline.

What You’ll Learn

This workshop will take you through how design — if done well — can make your digital workplace stronger, enhancing employee engagement, productivity and collaboration. Hear from With best practice examples, interactive discussions, practical tips and a Q&A session with PANDORA, you’ll leave with the knowledge to ensure your digital workplace succeeds.
Space are limited, so please register via our website to secure your place.

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