Worktech07 announces conference programme Wednesday 3 October 2007 PDF Print Press Release 3 Oct 2007 Ref: PR/WT/01 Worktech07 announces conference programme • Conference to showcase new developments in technology • Offers new insights into the changing workplace • Keynote address by Microsoft Chief Technology Officer Jerry Fishenden • High profile speakers include Frank Duffy, Ken Shuttleworth, Jeremy Myerson Unwired, the knowledge brand of Cordless Group, has announced the programme for Worktech07. It is the fourth ‘unmissable’ annual conference that looks at emerging technology and its impact on property, the workplace, work and innovation. Worktech07 takes place on the 13th of November at the British Library in London. A series of parallel masterclasses will be held on the 12th of November at the same venue. At Worktech07 leading Global speakers from the worlds of technology, architecture, design and work will come together to offer a unique insight into the way technology is shaping and immersing itself in every aspect of our lives and explore the opportunities and challenges this creates. Speakers confirmed for Worktech include: • Jerry Fishenden, Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft who will look at ‘Immersive Technology and the Future of Work’ • John Bell of the University of Canterbury on ‘The Architecture of Visual Environments’ • Ken Shuttleworth, founder of architects Make on ‘The Future of the City’ • Melanie Howard, co-founder of The Future Foundation • Frank Duffy, founder of DEGW • Nigel Coates, Architect and RCA Professor • Jeremy Myerson, Director of InnovationRCA at the Royal College of Art Commenting, Cordless Group founder Philip Ross said: ‘Immersive technology is having a profound impact on the way we work and on the places in which we work. But still too many knowledge workers struggle with outdated physical environments, organisational structures and working practices. What makes Worktech so exciting is the opportunity for delegates to explore these ideas alongside some of the world’s most eminent thinkers on these topics and also to learn about next generation technologies that will herald the next wave of change.’ • To register contact Caroline Bell at email@example.com or 02089778920. • www.unwired.eu.com/worktech07.html • Limited Press Tickets are available • For press enquiries contact Mark Eltringham at Front Marketing Communications on 08708509119 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Front Marketing Communications in the following categories: Business & Finance, Media & Marketing, Computing & Telecoms, Construction & Property, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.