BISLEY supports WORKTECH Madrid, the forum for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace.

Bisley is supporting WORKTECH Madrid as a headline sponsor. WORKTECH Madrid is a unique two-day event taking place on the 10th of October at the landmark Castallena 81. It will cover a mix of strategy, technology and property to give attendees an in-depth understanding of the future of workplaces and ideas as to how they could shape or transform their business.

Over 3000 Chief executives, heads of facilities management and heads of corporate real estate attend WORKTECH events each year. The events cater to those who are invested in learning to drive efficiencies in their workplaces and drive the productivity of workforces. This years’ delegates will be able to experience elements of the adaptable Be range of workplace furniture on the Bisley stand.

On the evening of the 9th Bisley will host the WORKTECH Lounge in their new showroom in the nearby district of Salamanca. The event will welcome event speakers and attendees, providing an opportunity to meet and connect with experts in the future of work and the workplace, while discussing the key themes for WORKTECH Madrid including bricks, bytes and behaviour.

Bisley has been present in Spain for over 20 years, and earlier this year opened a showroom room in the capital; making it perfect timing to support the inaugural WORKTECH Madrid.

Ralph Hearnshaw, Bisley’s International Sales Director, who will himself be speaking at WORKTECH Madrid’s Innovation platform, said “These events are highly regarded so we’re particularly looking forward to opening our showroom to attendees as a WORKTECH Lounge the evening before the conference. As the conference will demonstrate, the Spanish workplace is changing and we’re changing with it. People may know us for our classic filing products, but we’re invigorating the way storage is used in offices and our Be range of desking, collaboration and individual spaces is perfectly suited to flexible and agile working.”

Topics for WORKTECH17 Madrid include:
•Spaces with feelings: Martha Thorne
•New mixed-use developments: BDG Architects
•The App Centric Workplace: Philip Ross
•Futurecraft: Marco Maria Pedrazzo
•Happy Spaces: Key Portilla Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian.
•Co-Working with Airbnb: Where next for co-work?

To find out more about WORKTECH events, or to book your place, visit