A massive thank you to the speakers, sponsors and delegates that came together online in November to make the 2020 event such a success. The Summit delivered a comprehensive overview of what it takes to create effective Smarter Working strategies in government and the wider public sector, with inspirational speakers, interactive sessions and lots of delegate engagement through our virtual networking tools. We’ll be back with an IN-PERSON conference in London on 30th November for the 2021 event!
QEII Centre London
Connecting Public Sector Smarter Working Leaders
"I'm looking forward to delivering the keynote address at this year's Smart Estates and Workforce Summit - an event that brings together a wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience on matters related to smarter working from across the public sector."
Steven Boyd Chief Executive Officer Government Property Agency -
A truly inspiring event that not only taught us the right direction to go forward but reinforced the great results of our journey to date.
Facilities Lead - Milton Keynes Council
The event was very well structured and fulfilling, its fair say I came away for more knowledgeable about a range of topics than I was at the start of the day.
Strategic Property Asset Manager - NHS Business Services Authority
Very informative and excellent case studies that promote new and different thinking and approach.
A really useful event providing detail about best practice and developments around Smarter Working in the public sector. This conference re-inspired me to push harder to deliver higher standards in our organisation.
Programme Manager - Smarter Working - NHS Brighton and Hove CCG
Good event, good to go to keep up to date with high government. Even though my Council doesn’t have big budgets, I have taken ideas back with me.
The content was relevant to the Working Smarter agenda. It helped me think about where my organisation is in the journey of changing the way we work. It was good to hear the story of others and realise most organisations experience the same issues.