The Future of the Workplace Part 2: Building a Sustainable Workplace

Apr 15 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm


Presented by Invest Ottawa partner,

About this Webinar

2nd in a series of “The Future of the Workplace”. This is a journey for organizations that want to better understand the need for more human spaces. Utilize the best in workplace design, technology, flexible office and holistic solutions to build customized, profitable strategies for business, designed for human experience.

About the Speakers

Oliver Kershaw and Lindsay Hockey are Principal’s in Avison Young’s Ottawa office. They focus their energy on supporting Ottawa’s dynamic technology sector. Their team has partnered with many initial early stage companies providing them with strategic real estate advice allowing them to grow and succeed. They have also worked on assignments for some of Canada’s leading and most respected technology firms.

Jeff Westeinde is an active investor, entrepreneur and Partner in THEIA Partnership – one of Canada’s most environmentally and socially sustainable real estate developers – which is developing Zibi the ambitious $1.7 billion real estate development project in heart of Canada’s Capital in partnership with Dream Unlimited.

Has been named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young, named one of Canada’s Top 40 under 40 by the Globe and Mail, recognized with the Young Alumni Award from the University of Western Ontario and has been awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal for his distinguished service to Canada. His businesses have been included in Canada’s fastest growing companies and the Top 50 Employers in Canada.

About Avison Young

Commercial Real Estate organization supporting and advising technology companies on all real estate matters including leasing and sales of office and industrial buildings.

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2021-04-15 14:30:00 2021-04-15 16:00:00 America/Toronto The Future of the Workplace Part 2: Building a Sustainable Workplace Continuing the conversation around the future of the workplace with Avison Young. Webinar