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PFM joins forces with Worktech to explore future workspaces

12 August 2015

Worktech has partnered with PFM to explore and promote intelligent workspace design through its 2015-16 event series

As media partner to the conference series PFM will support the events - which focus on implications of convergence between technology, real estate, work and the workplace - with its expertise in workspace.

In a statement the conference organiser said: “Thanks to the PFM team for helping us continue to create events which stimulate new ideas and thinking around innovation and the future of work and the workplace.”

The changing face of the workplace and work practices, and the subsequent impact on AV technologies, is a core part of PFM's editorial focus in both the EMEA and APAC regions.

“This is an area that is changing more rapidly than any other sector of the industry,” said David Strydom, editor of PFM. “It’s essential our readers understand how workplace environments are evolving; the influence of new technologies and the changing needs of the next generation of employees, managers and business owners. There is a huge opportunity for workplace designers and premises managers to be a big part of this.”

Dan Jago, director of PFM, said: “From its foundation more than two decades ago, PFM has always looked outside traditional industry events to ensure we understand key external influences. The FM industry must consider its relationship with not just IT, but HR and workplace specialists.

“Worktech events bring in leading partners to help make sense of the multifaceted stakeholders involved in designing workplaces. Partnering with this forward-thinking event series is a key part of our drive to make sure we deliver new and relevant ideas to our readers that will help them position their businesses for success in years to come.”
An upcoming Worktech events calendar can be found at

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