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We’re thrilled to share that our beloved ‘Future of Work’ interview series is back, and more exciting than ever! We’ve been hard at work dreaming up a new approach to this series and we can’t wait to share it with you.
We’ve got a new round of thought leaders, each with a unique take on a particular aspect of the future of work. From founders of technology companies to space operators offering pioneering takes on the coworking model, each thought leader will share both what they’ve learned so far on their personal and business journey as well as how they see current trends impacting the future of the work. This time around, ‘Future of Work’ will have a new home — we’re migrating the series over onto the Optix blog!
The ‘Future of Work’ interview series profiles thought leaders who are on a mission to drive the future of work forward. We speak with members of our diverse network of entrepreneurs, journalists, flexible workplace operators and others, then distill their insights into a 5-10 minute read you can enjoy while sipping your cup of coffee and preparing to start your day.
The concept for the ‘Future of Work’ series began with a simple question:
Who knows more about the future of work than the pioneers on the front lines, those entrepreneurs and business leaders who courageously define their business around their personal vision for the future of work?
With over 30 interviews done to date, we’ve had the privilege of interviewing thought leaders such as:
We’ve cherry-picked a wonderful group of thought leaders to make sure we kickstart this series with a bang. Some of the interviews you’ll be reading about in the coming months:
Amir Mortazavi and Steve Mohebi, Co-founders of Canopy. Nestled into San Francisco’s residential neighborhood of Pacific Heights, Amir and Steve founded Canopy to foster a sense of community for San Francisco’s elite working class. Designed by award-winning industrial designer (and third Canopy Co-founder) Yves Behar, Canopy boasts breathtaking workspaces and an inspiring community of professionals who are often already decades into establishing impressive careers.
Luke Jones, Co-founder of 1880 Bardo. A coworking space housed within the walls of private members club 1880, Bardo blurs the lines between work/life balance by offering members of the prestigious Singapore Club access to everything they need under one roof.
Bernhard Mehl, Co-founder of Kisi. Offering keyless access control straight from your smartphone, Kisi’s technology allows workspaces of all types to delight members, employees, and visitors alike with on-demand access to workspaces in the palm of your hand.
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