Updated: Aug 4, 2020
Taking place on the 25th and 26th of May in London, the event will feature over 100 speakers from throughout Europe and beyond.
It will provide a platform for fellow business leaders to discuss not only the workplace of the future and all that this entails, but also the crucial importance employee wellness plays within the company of tomorrow.
Both David and Mark are looking forward to the event; if you’re attending please do get in touch.
We are looking forward to meeting up with many familiar faces at the Smart Working Conference on Thursday, organised by Public Sector Connect. Informative sessions on workplace design, technology and culture. It will be interesting to hear about developments in this sector since last year; it’s one of our major areas of work and expertise and our largest client base. Estate rationalisation, utilisation and activity based working will no doubt be hot topics along with the technology and behaviour change that enables Smart Working. Look out for us during the course of the day and we’ll be happy to share our experience across all of these areas too.
Updated: Aug 4, 2020
iPWC appoints Liz Porteous to drive Business Relocation and Transition Management services
Liz has a wealth of experience delivering strategic workplace, business relocation and transition management projects for major clients such as the BBC and Network Rail.
Liz specialises in working with all client stakeholders to define, develop and lead the delivery of projects whether the project is a simple office move or a complex business relocation. She has a successful track record of leading and delivering transition (change) management activities for high profile clients. Her approach means that the relocation programme has minimal impact on day to day client operations and by working closely with business leaders and support functions including IT, FM and 3rd parties, delivers a successful outcome.
Whilst working at the BBC, Liz was responsible for leading the delivery of critical migration and relocation project activities (c 500 staff per month) across all BBC London sites. Many of these were challenging due to the 24 hour live broadcast environments and linked to the major development projects undertaken such as Broadcasting House, Television Centre and the Media Centre developments.
More recently Liz has been responsible for the Transition and Relocation Management of Network Rail staff across the UK. These included the London Waterloo development project, the relocation from The Mailbox to Bickerstaff House in Birmingham and Bristol Temple Point.
So if you are considering a relocation project be sure to make contact.
David George, Managing Director said
“I’m pleased that Liz has chosen to join the team at iPWC, providing expertise in Business Relocation and Transition Management service lines. This strategic appointment will enable the team to provide an end to end response to our clients needs, from the early stages of strategy development through to the complex stewardship of business relocation and transition management”