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Dublin's Workspace Of The Future

Redefining Investments and Workspace Strategy In A Booming Market

Event Ended On: Thursday June 21 2018

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

Hibernia REIT

The Windmill Quarter, located in SOBO, is designed for work and wellness, a historic riverside neighbourhood that encourages interaction and enables exchanges that spark ideas. It is a community of companies within a vibrant estate with 400,000 sq. ft. of offices and the focal point is the Townhall. Situated in 1WML, a LEED Gold building with WiredScore Platinum rating for connectivity, the Townhall celebrates the musical legacy of Windmill Lane and is used for business and social events (both formal and informal) by tenants in the Quarter. Along with cafés, retail and leisure facilities (including a 12,000 sq ft gym), the Townhall and the Grade A office space make the Windmill Quarter the workspace of the future.

Events Speakers and Panels

Reinventing The Urban Office Market

Investing in the office of the future

James Bryne

Head of Asset Management, Tetrarch Capital

Changing Paradigms: The Art of Workplace Transformation

Redefining Workspace Strategy & Wellness

Edwina Governey

Senior Investment Manager, Hibernia REIT

Ciaran Chaney

Regional Workplace Manager, Slack
Joe McGinley
Iconic Joe

Joe McGinley

‎CEO & Founder, ‎Iconic Offices
Bernard Brogan
Commercial Ninjaneer

Bernard Brogan

Co-Founder, PepTalk

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:20 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:20 AM
8:30 AM
Welcoming & Opening Remarks
8:30 AM
9:10 AM
Reinventing The Urban Office Market
Investing in the office of the future
9:10 AM
9:50 AM
Changing Paradigms: The Art of Workplace Transformation
Redefining Workspace Strategy & Wellness
9:50 AM
10:30 AM
Post Panel Networking

Venue/Parking

1WML

Windmill Quarter

SOBO, Dublin 2

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Event Summary



Dublin has been experiencing

record office take up over the last few years. As other markets across the globe catch up, how can Dublin maintain investor demand, and continue to attract and engage talents in 2018? There are multiple challenges to face and those that cannot keep up with the change taking place will find themselves struggling this year.

The lack of prime location for office space and development funding coupled with a

challening infrastructure system is placing increasing pressure on the office sector. As a result, increasing occupancy costs in the city center and a rising workplace population will continue to push landlords and employers to think outside the box. Condensing space efficiently and creating environments that workers enjoy and can be productive in, will be crucial for the landlord community in 2018, especially when the

competition of flex office space providers

increases.

Join us for Bisnow's Workspace of the Future event where we will delve into Dublin's red hot office market. The event will first look at the current development and

investment landscape, examining the supply-demand imbalance and development

& leasing strategies. The second part of the event will discuss a holistic approach to boosting employee retention, wellbeing, and

productivity at work by exploring workspace strategy, design, and other innovative methods.

For questions, comments or press inquiries,

email Ireland Director, Natascha, at

Natascha.Bhuiyan@bisnow.com

1. As new office product comes into the market, how will older properties compete? Who is leasing? Where do you see most of the demand coming from?
 
2. Where will most of the offices needed to meet current demand be built in the future, in the city or in the suburbs?
 
3. What are the best strategies to manage the lack of development funding and the requirement for pre-lets that are slowing down the production of supply?
 
4. Are open office plans still in demand, or are they proven to foster a less productive working environment? 
 
5. What will the office of the future be? What is the business case for focusing on holistic well-being, and how does it align with the working styles and patterns of the future?