Every year, The Workplace Network holds an annual workshop to discuss the most pressing and relevant issues facing public-sector real estate professionals around the world. This event provides an incredible and rare opportunity to build relationships with executives around the world, and to share problems and solutions, strategies and successes.
By bringing together and connecting this small, informal and selective group of world leaders in public-sector real estate, The Workplace Network offers its members unparalleled insights into current issues and future trends. The relationships built at our annual workshop have been crucial in helping and inspiring the work of our members and their organizations.
Public Sector Solutions
Our community of global leaders in public-sector real estate contains a wealth of knowledge and experience. TWN members can tap into that rich pool of international resources and information both at the annual workshop and throughout the year. But beyond the workshop and its strategic networking opportunities, TWN members have access to our comprehensive benchmarking database.
The Annual Survey Report provides members with information about each participating organization (for example, how the organization is structured and managed, and how the managements are changing and handling priority issues), as well as providing case studies that enable members to learn about current issues and future trends in the market.
Positioning for the Future
TWN members gather to discuss the future of public-sector real estate and its changing role in countries around the world. From public-private partnerships to environmental issues and innovative initiatives around officing, governance and public policy, our workshop provides members with an annual forum for discussion.
These conversations often continue throughout the year in an informal dialogue between members. Most executives attending our workshop have said they value the opportunity to take what they’ve learned and apply it to the management and operation of their own organizations.