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‘Where is my office?’ – Rethinking the Modern Workplace: WIN in conversation with Chris Kane

The Women’s Irish Network are delighted to invite you to our next online event “Where is my office?” Angela Brady in conversation with Author Chris Kane on latest book which asks key question for us all” on Wednesday November 25 from 1pm – 2pm.

Join us as WIN Chair and renowned architect Anglea Brady joins Author Chris Kane to discuss topics from his new book ‘Where is My Office? Reimagining the Workplace for the 21st Century’.

Event: ‘Where is My Office’, Angela Brady in conversation with Author Chris Kane
Date: Wednesday 25 November
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Price: Suggested donation of £5 per person
Spaces are limited and booking is essential through your recent member email. If you missed the email please contact

About the book:
The first book in 20 years to provide an accessible insight into the significance of corporate real estate, at a time when the value and role of the physical/virtual office in a post COVID-19 world is in question. In the modern age of remote working and flexible work hours, why have most office spaces remained relatively unchanged for decades?

In Where is My Office?, Chris Kane draws upon his extensive knowledge and experience in commercial property to investigate the new-found significance of innovative corporate real estate, using his ground-breaking ‘Smart Value’ formula. This formula is supported through in-depth case studies from Chris’s prestigious career, while interviews with prolific industry insiders such as Ronen Journo, SVP of WeWork and Mark Dixon, founder of Regus, provide fascinating insights into the ground-breaking strategies that are transforming the commercial property sector.

Where is My Office? is a must-read for any business leader looking to revitalise their workplace.Chris Kane has worked in the Corporate Real Estate sector for over 30 years, having operated as the Vice President of International Corporate Real Estate for The Walt Disney Company, before acting as Head of Corporate Real Estate at the BBC, where he was responsible for the creation of MediaCityUK in Salford and oversaw the £1bn development of Broadcasting House.

About Chris Kane:
He is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a founding member and director of Six Ideas, a global consultancy focused on workplace development and innovation.
He sits on the editorial board of the Corporate Real Estate Journal, and is also a regular contributor to the LEADER magazine. Where is My Office? was written with the support of Eugenia Anastassiou, a freelance journalist and writer based in London and part of Six Ideas.

We look forward to welcoming you all to this fascinating and topical discussion on what the future holds for the office as we know it. 

Tickets for this lunchtime event are available on Eventbrite on a donation basis suggested at £5 per head. You will then receive Zoom instructions to join the event on the 25 November.

We hope to see you all there.

The Women’s Irish Network



    • 25 November 2020
    • 1pm – 2pm



      Via Zoom. You will recieve Zoom details after you register on Eventbrite


    • Members Only


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