Hybrid Event – Benefits of Attending

FuturePlace’s Hybrid events combine the traditional face-to-face conference with virtual elements, allowing both in-person and virtual attendees to access the same content and networking opportunities simultaneously.

High quality curated content

With expert sessions and industry leading speakers, delve into expertly curated content that you won’t find anywhere else.

Live and on-demand

Wherever you are at the time of the event, you’ll be in control. You’ll have the ability to consume all the content being delivered at your leisure through either a live stream of the physical event or on-demand.

Time efficient

If for whatever reason you can’t make it to the event in-person, you can save on travel time and accommodation costs while still networking with global industry professionals.

Business matchmaking live

Take part in intelligently curated meetings with like-minded individuals that share similar interests and challenges from all over the world through our AI powered matchmaking delivered via our virtual platform.

Accessible from all your devices

Get insights and network at your fingertips – all content sessions and networking activities will be accessible from your laptop, tablets or mobile devices.

Engage, interact and influence

Make the most of your experience by being a truly active participant. Whether at the event or attending virtually, you’ll have the ability to ask questions, participate in polls, and share your experience with other attendees via break-out sessions.

Upcoming Events

Future of Office Space Summit: 17-18 February, Sydney

This high level one day summit will bring together office owners, REITs, tenants, workplace design experts and technology providers to explore how technology…

Smart & Healthy Buildings Summit: 24-25 March, Sydney

Senior decision makers from CRE, IT, FM, HR, architecture and design will come together to explore how new technologies are shaping the built environment…

Future of Construction Summit: 12-13 May, Sydney

The construction industry is undergoing a dramatic shift, using technology to identify and mitigate potential areas of risk earlier in projects well before a shovel breaks ground.