Morning Breakout 1:
Digital Singapore: Smart Buildings in a Smart Nation
Many Singapore firms are leaders in implementing smart buildings initiatives. As a technologist, what is ‘smart’ to you, and what are your concerns about smart buildings in a modern workplace?
On the macro level, is Singapore meeting its commitments to develop a digital ecosystem and is it making progress in the promotion of smart cities? In this session, we focus on technology that has crossovers in real estate. With a panel of CTO and tech experts in the field, we will discuss how problems can potentially with be solved through smart technology solutions, including IoT, AR/VR and the embracement of digital in work, play, and learn.
We encourage all tech enthusiasts to join us at this session.
• Cole Purdie, Head of Digital & Technology, South East Asia, India and Middle East, CBRE
Morning Breakout 2a:
Space as a Service: Flexing Real Estate for Talent on Demand
Is coworking a fad or an entrenched part of the workplace culture, now and in the future. Much has been debated and discussed about the potential death of coworking. In this lively session, we will unpack the spectrum of solutions for flexing up/down in times of uncertainty and draw opinions on this flexible workplace concept.
Morning Breakout 2b:
Sustainability and Wellness: Maximising Impact of Green Buildings
Sustainability is undergoing a transition across urban environments and commercial real estate in the world. Originating primarily as an environmental theme, sustainability has continually evolved into concept that encapsulates a full wellness experience inside and outside the workplace.
In this session we will move beyond green building and open a wider dialogue on the changing role of wellness in urban environments and built spaces, focusing on how sustainability now comes to represent a more diverse scope including biophilic design, healthy eating, advanced lighting, indoor air quality and water quality.
• Real Estate 2030: Our Asia Pacific and Singapore Perspectives
• Panel Exchange: Views from the Industry
2030 is approaching. How will developments in technology, user experience, demographics and space influence how and where we work, live, and play?
Dr Henry Chin and Desmond Sim, two of CBRE’s most esteemed thinkers, will launch our latest thought leadership, APAC 2030 and Singapore 2030 predictions.
We then invite some industry heavyweights to debate and discuss on the flagship papers, covering developments in infrastructure, demographics, sustainability, occupier trends, and smart cities that will influence the world we work and live in a decade from now.
Afternoon Breakout 3a:
Living in 2030: Decoding the Next Decade
The future is here. But as trends and technology continue to move at a blistering pace, anticipating the pace and rate of change is challenging. In this session, we will postulate on what 2030 living will look like in Singapore and beyond? Our panel of diverse experts will lead a discussion on the latest trends for occupiers, focusing on demographic shifts, an aging population, examining the rise and sustainability of coworking and drawing conclusions on the new demands of office space, entertainment and work-life harmony.
• David McKellar, Head of Occupier, Singapore Advisory & Transaction Services, CBRE
Afternoon Breakout 3b:
Investing for 2030: Visioning through the Lens of CBRE
Technological, demographic and workplace transformations frame projections that will govern how we live, work, play and learn, but what are the considerations for investors and developers in 2030? In this debate, we will examine trends in outbound and inbound capital, new investment considerations, competitive advantage from Singapore’s perspective, legal, tax and other business risks as we move into the next stage of urbanization.
Modern Singapore would look extremely different without the unparalleled contributions of Dr Liu Thai Ker. The architect of Singapore’s Housing Development Board (HDB) system, held globally as one of the most successful benchmarks of public housing, Dr Liu’s contributions to the past, present and future direction of Singapore continue to influence policy, prompt debate and provide inspiration to national initiatives including the Smart City Initiative. Drawing from his own childhood in Orchard, Dr Liu will present his thoughts on the future – Singapore from inside out, outside in.
• Dr. Liu Thai Ker, Chairman of Morrow Architects & Planners; Chairman of Centre for Liveable Cities
Venue: L3, Auditorium
5:40 pm – 6:00 pm
• Manish Kashyap, Regional Managing Director, Head of Advisory and Transaction Services, Asia Pacific, CBRE
Venue: L3, Auditorium
Part V: Networking Evening
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Explore the Singapore Journey: A Symposium Exhibition
Hosted by Anshuman Magazine