The Smart Conversations, started in 2006 by 3g Smart Group, are a series of informative, not-for-profit international conferences that analyse the latest trends in three key areas: the transformation of Corporate spaces, Retail and Education.
At the forefront of this initiative is Francisco Vázquez, founder and president of the international 3g Smart Group. A visionary entrepreneur that, in 2006, saw the need to involve and align large companies, corporations and leaders in the great technological transformation that we are undergoing and that will lead us to a New Normality.
WORKPLACE DESIGN CONFERENCE LISBON - JUNE 26
Can you imagine an agile environment, adaptable and flexible, where workers could develop their professional knowledge? Can you imagine a work environment where the interaction between the workers and the organization faithfully reflected the principles of the organization? Can you imagine a space in which people’s abilities were noticed in their everyday environment and improved as a result? The Workplace Design Conference will provide the answer to all of your questions about work spaces and the extra value that you will receive as a worker in this new normality.
What type of experiences will we have in the retail spaces of the future? Will we be able to interact at the point of purchase? Or maybe you have questioned whether or not online shopping and bricks and mortar stores could be perfectly complementary? During this conference, you will get to know how the retail sector is advancing towards a transformation in which the user experience, big data and artificial intelligence are the primary motivators for change.
Have you ever thought about what an educational centre in which a flexible hierarchy prevails would be like? Or do you even imagine classrooms without tables or chairs? Imagine what the millennial talent would be like if they co-created their own educational spaces. Imagine what the real impact of this would be on digital transformation. These conferences will respond to all of these questions because we believe that the new normality of the education sector is both a duty and a right of students, parents, teachers and administrators.