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BLOXHUB Debates: Future of work

August 26, 2020 @ 15:30 - 16:45

In collaboration with Øresundsinstituttet BLOXHUB presents this ‘BLOXHUB Debates’:

Future of  Work – How do we design the workspace of the future while taking corona and the climate-crisis into consideration?

Covid-19 has set in motion a fundamental transformation of society – including the way we work.

Join us for this ‘BLOXHUB Debates: The Future of Work’ and take part in a crucial discussion about how the way we work affects our society, economy, and everyday well-being.

About the presenters:

Carsten Beck, Director, Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
Works towards that betterment of society by leveraging multidisciplinary capabilities to equip and inspire individuals and organizations, decision-makers and the public, to act on the future, today.

Paulette Christophersen, Partner, PLH architects
What does the new working model mean for work-life in Denmark, in the workspace as well as at home and how does this compare internationally? These are fundamental questions PLH and Paulette Christophersen ask when developing the workplace of the future.

Ulrika Hallengren, CEO, Wihlborgs
Wihlborgs is a developer. Wihlborgs’ property portfolio consists of commercial properties in the Öresund region, located in Malmö, Helsingborg, Lund and Copenhagen.

Karsten Deppert, co-founder of Mindpark
Mindpark’ focus on community building within their coworking spaces, as well as facilitating large scale events, have resulted in them winning awards for being the best coworking space in the nordics.

Göran Nilsson, managing director Ingka Services
Based on Hubhult in Malmö, Göran Nilsson works with IKEA Retail’s future development where e-commerce, new technology, impact on the climate and entry into the cities are important factors. Ingka Group was formed by Ingvar Kamprad in the 1980s and, as the largest franchisee, operates 376 IKEA department stores in 30 markets (the brand and product development are owned by the independent group Inter IKEA Group). In addition, Ingka is developing shopping centers around the department stores. To date, the company has built 44 centers in Europe, Russia and China.

Trine Grönlund, VD, SLOW-aktivist & INNERGI-spridare, Innergi Labbet AB


15:00 – Doors open

15:30 – Start of debate

16:45 – End of debate


First come first serve – sign up necessary 

FYI: The event will be recorded and live-streamed for use on our platforms.


More information coming soon…


August 26, 2020
15:30 - 16:45
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Bryghuspladsen 8, Entrance C, 3rd floor
Copenhagen, 1473
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