Discuss the Future of Workspace

WORKTECH16 Toronto is a forum for all those involved in the future of work and the workplace as well as real estate, technology and innovation. Toronto will attract some of the biggest and brightest names to debate, discuss and divulge the latest thinking on the Future of Work and the Workplace. Join over 100 senior professionals from real estate, facilities, technology, executive management, architecture, design and professional advisors to further knowledge and share expertise.

Meet the Serraview Team

Tom Montesi

Serraview Talks Innovation

Hear quick bits about how Serraview is addressing the modern workplace and how to strategically plan for the future.

Natalie Wendl

Expert Speakers

Lorri Rowlandson – Senior VP, Strategic Solutions, Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions

In this role, she oversees Workplace Solutions, which includes workplace advisory and workplace management, as well as Business Intelligence, the Internet of Things and Consulting Services. Her areas of expertise cover the full spectrum of real estate management including portfolio optimization, performance management, operational efficiency and customer relationship management. She works closely with Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions account and product line teams to assist in identifying real estate solutions that create value for customers. Lorri has an Advanced Management Development Program in Real Estate (AMDP) from Harvard University, a Masters of Corporate Real Estate (MCR), a degree in Business Administration, is an Accredited Outsourcing Practitioner (AOP) and has over 20 years of experience in strategic sourcing and corporate real estate.

Melissa Marsh – Founder and CEO, PLASTARC

Melissa is an expert in Workplace Strategy and a leader in Change Management services. She has defined a career in workplace innovation by embedding the added value of real estate strategy within design, architecture and master planning projects around the world. Melissa began her career following the completion of her Masters of Architecture thesis entitled Design for Achieving Strategic Business Objectives. Working in both Europe and the US, Melissa has been on the forefront of delivering alternative workplace solutions, and has lead virtual teams throughout her career. She has contributed to courses for CoreNet, WORKTECH, spearheaded international learning and technology initiatives, and lectured at UVA, Cornell and MIT’s Sloan School of Management.