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Workplace Week London 2019: Full line-up of workplace tours announced

Marking its ninth consecutive year, Workplace Week London 2019 – brainchild of Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) – will take place the week commencing 11 November 2019. Thirty organisations, a third of which are debutants, have confirmed their support for the ...

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London’s coolest offices opening their doors for Workplace Week 2017

Marking its fifth consecutive year, Workplace Week 2017, the popular fundraising event organised by workplace consultancy Advanced Workplace Associates (AWA) will take place the week commencing the 13th November 2017. This year’s event will see a dynamic programme of events, ...

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Tim Henman serves up support for Workplace Week 2016

Following the success of Workplace Week 2015, the annual workplace-centric event is set to return and will take place from 14-18 November 2016. In line with the evident need to maximise individual and organisational performance in the face of on-going productivity ...

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RICS to open and close Workplace Week

This year’s Workplace Week will be opened by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) with a Fringe event about the science behind workplace and professional productivity at their offices on Parliament Square on 2 November, and closed with a RICS case ...

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Workplace Week 2015 doubles its fundraising target for BBC Children in Need

This year’s Workplace Week, the week-long showcase of workplace innovation, has announced its plans to double the amount of money raised for BBC Children in Need. Last year’s event, which saw more than 100 people attend the workplace tours, day-long ...

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Workplace Week 2014 – Last chance to book workplace visits supporting Children in Need

Places on tours of some of the UK’s most innovative workplaces, organised as part of Workplace Week 2014 to help to raise money for the BBC’s Children in Need charity, are filling up fast. The Guardian, Google and Innocent Drinks ...

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