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The 4 am Report

Jul 9, 2020

🦠 Covid-19 or no Covid-19 🦠 - marketers gotta market! And voila! 🎩 🎩 🎩

It’s time for another edition of the 4 AM Report, and today, we talk returning to the workplace!

We’ve been lucky during this lockdown, as we work from home on the regular. 🌟🌟🌟

But for many, returning to work will bring no amount of trepidation and anxiety! How should your reopening work? How much space-per-employee should you dedicate? How do you keep everyone safe? 

We went straight to an expert for answers!

Today we have with us Kevin Steinberger, Program Director and Producer, Future Offices Conference Series at IQPC.

His job is to know the ins and outs of space utilization, leasing new technology, new sanitization measures, automation within design, etc. You name it, he knows it!

Through his research with global heads of real estate, workplace HR, and Fortune 500 brands he’s synthesized a safe return to the workplace to three main things: Safety, trust and productivity.

Have a listen!

About Kevin

Kevin Steinberger is responsible for developing global market research for corporate real estate, facilities and workplace teams across all industries of the Fortune 500. This research is used for advising tenants on next steps for their workplace strategy and real estate footprint, and additionally is used to develop the speaking content for the annual Future Offices conferences at IQPC. As the producer for these shows, Kevin brings together the highest level of research and content circling around people, place and technology to ultimately help enterprises develop their next generation workplaces.



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If you're losing sleep over a particular marketing/business related problem during this Covid-19 economic uncertainty, or if you have a guest idea on the topic, let us know. Drop us a line at c+p digital. 

And as always, sweet dreams…well, hopefully!