REwork APAC Summit 2022

7-8 September, 2022 | Sydney, Australia + Virtual

Conference | Exhibition | Networking

APAC's largest workplace and workforce transformation event

We’re about to enter the most revolutionary and transformative period in the history of work. The most innovative companies are seizing the moment to reinvent how they do things, developing new structures, models, training systems and approaches. Offices are also changing to reflect these new requirements, moving beyond ping pong tables and free food to embrace purpose and function led attributes such as energy efficiency and shared workspaces, wellness amenities and spaces where staff can learn, coach, innovate and problem solve together.

The movement has started and there is no going back. But the reality is, there is no one-size fits all solution, and no guaranteed blueprint for success. There has never been a greater need for knowledge sharing, partnerships and innovative approaches.

Back for its 2nd year, the REwork Summit will bring HR, workplace and employee experience, real estate, facilities management and technology decision makers all together under one roof, to connect, learn, and find the partners they need to build the future ready omni-channel workplace.

Join us and help shape the new world of work!

Summit will start in...

ReWork 2022

Meet Our Speakers

Reanna Browne

Work Futurist, Work Futures

Antony Slumbers

Co-Founder, Real Innovation Academy

Michael Brennan

Chair, Productivity Commission

Scott Barras

Global Head of Workplace, Standard Chartered, Singapore

Mary Lemonis

Chief People Officer, REA Group

Sam Nickless

COO, Gilbert + Tobin

Graeme Scannell

Head of Workplace Experience, MYOB

Tina Arumugam

GM, Culture and Leadership, ANZ

Karina Jorritsma

Professor of Practice, The Future of Work Institute, Curtin University

Liz Develin

CEO, Sydney Olympic Park Authority

Who should attend and why?

This event is for workplace leadership job functions who need to work together to create the workplace that best meets the challenges inherent within a hybrid or work-from-anywhere (WFA) model. The Summit focuses on the three core areas affected by hybrid and WFA, namely:

PEOPLE – which includes staff wellbeing, the HR policies and employee experience

PLACE & SPACE – which includes the footprint, the Hub and spoke location and flex design

TECHNOLOGY – which includes office connectivity, EX and WX apps and space monitoring

C Level, HR, Wellness and Work Culture Specialists

You are responsible for supporting remote and office staff management, engagement, recruitment, and overall performance within the workplace. 

The Summit will show you how your role has expended to include the remote and digital workplace and how these changes will influence employee experience, mental and physical welfare, work community and corporate culture. 


  • Do staff perform well out of the office?  
  • Is the workplace fair to all employee groups? 
  • How do we reconnect staff to the brand values? 
  • Can we provide meaningful wellbeing support? 
  • How can we boost innovation & collaboration? 
  • How do we stop “the great resignation”? 
  • Creating high performance workplaces that your employees love 
  • Boosting employee experience in a remote first and flex friendly company 
  • Designing for corporate culture – Creating the new hub strategy for the hybrid office 
  • Ensuring fairness & wellbeing to all employees in the hybrid and work-from-anywhere workplace 
  • How to build a work from anywhere policy 

Technology, Digital and Remote Employee Support Specialists

You are responsible for determining the current and future needs of the organisation to create fit-for-purpose solutions for the distributed digital and physical office. 

The Summit will show you how to optimise digital tools and broader Proptech offerings to streamline and automate processes, improve productivity, empower and engage employees wherever they work.

  • What new tech do we need to stay relevant?
  • How can we better connect staff to the office?
  • Can we make our services easier to use?
  • How can we use EX datato improve services?  
  • How will the VR officechange the digital needs? 
  • Building people success: measuring employee happiness and engagementusing data driven tools 
  • Developing future ready workplaces which connect business strategy with people, digital and place
  • Predictions from the edge of the future workplace
  • Optimising immersive meeting technologiesfor the virtual office 
  • Reading the future in the present for hybrid & digital workplaces

Building, Real Estate and Flex Service Specialists

You are focused on ensuring that the operating costs of office space are justified and supportive of staff needs and company/employee requirements

The Summit will provide you with current real-world insights from large enterprise organisations and industry experts mapping out where the market is heading, what factors are driving their decision-making process, and why flexible workspace arrangements will be the norm going forwards. 


  • What is the best way to use flex space services?  
  • How do we ensure our space is fit for purpose?  
  • Should we keep our old office leaseor adjust it?  
  • Will hybrid-WFAmodels continue post covid?  
  • How can technology help maximise space use?
  • Boosting employee experience in a remote firstand flex friendly company 
  • Designing for corporate culture – Creating the new hub strategy for the hybrid office
  • Building employee centric workplaceswith corporate purpose and social value 
  • In the hybrid workplace, how do you reposition your office assets for future value
  • Creating a win-win workplace experience supporting performance, culture and authenticity 

Workplace Designers, Workplace Experience and Digital Office Connectivity Specialists

You are responsible for refitting/repurposing the office to effectively engage and empower staff who seek improved digital, collaboration and innovation hubs. 

The summit will show case the importance of having a dedicated workplace experience strategy and team to successfully manage the shift to a distributed workplace and digital office with a space and technology platform that is fit for this new purpose. 

  • Is our office design and services competitive?
  • Will employees value returning to the office?
  • Can we help boost the brand valuesin design?  
  • Can we improve health and wellness in design?
  • Are we prepared for the future of digital work
  • Building employee centric workplaceswith corporate purpose and social value 
  • Making sure you have appropriate flex policiesin place for your office space 
  • Creating spaces for activity based work cultures
  • Design places and spaces that support mental healthand wellness 
  • Ensuring equity, flexibility & work-life balancein hybrid workplaces 
Schedule Dates

Conference Schedule

Day 1 | Wednesday | 7th September


Creating high performance workplaces that your employees love


Chair’s welcome – How do we build workplaces we love!

Mark Brown, Head of Applications, APJ, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Rethinking the future in the present for hybrid and digital workplaces

We made it through covid. We did better than we thought at hybrid and WFM. We now think of the office as a place for collaboration. But change is never-ending and WX and corporate culture continues to evolve. Where will this workplace transition take us?

Reanna Browne, Work Futurist, Work Futures

Work 2.0: Reinventing our workplace experience to maximise innovation and flexibility for an improved work-life balance

Continual innovation is at the core of everything we do at Amazon. The pandemic forced a radical reinvention of our workplace. During this extraordinary time, digital solutions have played a crucial role in enabling employees to work remotely. Innovation never stops. Learn what we are planning next to improve our hybrid and remote workplace experience.

Michelle Hardie, Head of Strategy, Operations and Enablement, Australia and New Zealand, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Mark Brown, Head of Applications, APJ, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Panel discussion – Ensuring fairness & wellbeing to all employees in the hybrid and work-from-anywhere workplace

Employees want it, employers know they have to offer it; flexible working has transformed almost every office and it’s here to stay. But there is the potential for unfairness and discrimination between different groups of employees depending upon how they use their flex opportunities and how their workplace is managed

International Keynote – Boosting employee experience in a remote first and flex friendly company We are experiencing the greatest workplace revolution of our lifetimes. We have learnt businesses don’t need an office. They need a productive workforce. What does shifting to a remote first –flex culture mean for the future of workplaces and workplace experience? Brian Elliott, Executive Leader & SVP, Future Forum, Slack, USA

Nicolette Barnard, Head of EHS & People, Siemens ANZ
Gillian Davie, Director - People & Culture, AMP Australia
James Comer, Head of HR, ANZ, Cisco
Alex Badenoch, Group Executive Transformation, Communications and People, Telstra
Mark Brown, Head of Applications, APJ, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Networking break & showcase viewing

HYBRID FIRST - Sept. 7, 2022

Hybrid workplaces are the new normal. However, we are still experimenting to find the best ways to engage employees while meeting business needs. We showcase HR and WX strategies that are proven winners.


Roundtable 1 - How to improve wellbeing and sustainability with biophilic design

Jack Noonan, VP, Asia Pacific, International WELL Building Institute
A/Prof Christhina Candido, Director, Sustainable and Healthy Environments Lab, The University of Melbourne


Roundtable 2 – How to build a work-from-anywhere policy

Ursula Dyer Lepporoli, Partner - Global Mobility Tax Leader VIC, KPMG


Roundtable 3 – What data is your business using to drive decisions in the constantly changing workplace?

Lilli Jagger, APAC Business Development, JLL Technologies
Sophie Cornell, Senior Sales Director, JLL Technologies


Roundtable 4 – Creating a successful activity-based work culture

Martijn Joosten, Managing Partner ANZ, Veldhoen + Company
Alana Shepherd, Executive Manager, People & Agility, REA Group


Roundtable 5 – How to improve the performance of your hybrid teams while maximizing employee control and flexibility

Richard Youssef, Head of End User Computing, Australia and New Zealand, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Mark Brown, Head of Applications, APJ, Amazon Web Services (AWS)


Ensuring the inclusion and fair treatment of remote and distributed staff

The hybrid workplace can be a messy unfair arrangement. That is bad for both the employee and the business. We address ESG experience requirements for remote and distributed workplaces.

Nathan Andres, Global Wellbeing Leader, People Director APAC, The Body Shop


Preparing for the virtual workplace

The leap into virtual ways of working has highlighted how our workplaces are more than just physical offices, they are the digital channels we use to collaborate and the places we feel most comfortable. What impact has this shift has on workplace design and what to expect from the virtual workplace.

Melissa Crawford, Director, Tech with Heart


How to transform your traditional workplace into a Flex Office

Defining the Flex Office, the social shifts that are propelling this change and the design principles underpinning a successful transformation.

Bhavna Singhal, Director of Workplace Strategy & Change, MMoser
Emily West, Associate Director, Design, MMoser

THE FLEX SPACE - Sept. 7, 2022

Flex space providers – which includes co-working and serviced offices – accounts for over 30% of net absorption nationally. We showcase leading flex operators and how they are integral to the hybrid workplace model.


Welcome and Introduction

Brad Krauskopf, Co-Chair, Flexible Workspace Australia, CEO and Founder, Hub Australia
Kate Dezarnaulds, Board Director, Flexible Workspace Australia, Founder, WorkLife


Australian flex industry market update – the evolution of flex

As occupiers increasingly adopt core + flex models to create agile real estate portfolios, what impact will this have on the flex space providers, property owners and their flex service strategies.

Jim Groves, Founder & CEO, Rubberdesk


Flex market insights around the world – Is Flex the new normal?

The growth in supply of flex space has been the #1 story in commercial office markets around the world. The big question everyone asks is will this trend last or will employers demand a return to the old normal. We consider the global flex market trends.

Liz Elam, Executive Producer & Founder, GCUC Global, USA


Panel Discussion - Designing your flexspace service to attract and retain corporate clients

Flexspace presents solutions that traditional workspace fails to offer. But for CREs, it can be tricky to communicate these solutions to clients in a compelling enough way to incite change. What’s more, a company’s management team may have misconceptions or concerns about flexspace that need to be addressed.

Jacob Feenstra, General Manager – Australia, The Executive Centre
Domino Risch, Principal, Commercial & Workplace Sector Leader, Hassel
Daniel Tyson-Jones, Regional Director, Client Solutions – ANZ, The Instant Group
Shey Hooper, Head of Customer, Office, The GPT Group
Jessie Glew, Joint Managing Director and COO, Blackwall


Networking lunch & showcase viewing

HYBRID FIRST - Sept. 7, 2022

Panel discussion - How remote is changing performance management and leadership 

To support their teams in this new world of work, managers need to learn how to lead teams across digital platforms. We compare approaches and focus on how to build a new people management policy.

Graeme Cowan, Co-Founder, WeCARE365, Board Director, R U OK?
Cherry Ward, Founder & Director, Bluebird Leadership
Travis Abreu, Head of HR, Australia, Thryv
Karina Jorritsma, Professor of Practice, The Future of Work Institute, Curtin University
Tina Arumugam, GM, Culture and Leadership, ANZ


Panel discussion – Creating freedom and choice in the employee centric hybrid workplace

Beyond tenant engagement frills and perks, how does the office compete with people’s homes—environments that are cultivated to suit your specific lifestyle? We speculate on how hybrid workplaces will evolve to complete with WFH and flex spaces.

Kate Dodd, Founder, Intent Strategy
Eduard van Zyl, Senior Director, Incendium Consulting
Scott Barras, Global Head of Workplace, Standard Chartered, Singapore
Jessica Wehbe, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Kleanwell
Ellie Terry, Chief People Officer, COSOL

THE FLEX SPACE - Sept. 7, 2022

Panel discussion – Flex operators and landlords discuss innovative operating models

As workers return to the office, flex space is being buoyed by businesses deploying less capital into real estate and employees who have come to expect more choice over how and where they work. How can landlords help flex operators to open new flex services? Moderator:

Clive Dale, Founder, Principal Consultant, Bioom
Letitia Hope, Partnerships Specialist, ISPT
John Preece, Chief Property Officer, Hub Australia
Emily Checinski, Head of Customer & Client Solutions, Equiem


Panel discussion - Building a community in a Hybrid Workplace

As with any distributed workforce, the tricky part is helping remote team members feel a sense of community. If their in-office colleagues are interacting face-to-face on a daily basis, what steps can the flex operator take to create a strong community in their space?

Tobi Skovron, Co-Founder & CEO, CreativeCubes
Jo Camilleri, Co-Founder, Work Tank
Kate Dezarnaulds, Board Director, Flexible Workspace Australia, Founder, WorkLife
Brodie McCulloch, Founder, Spacecubed


Networking break and exhibition viewing



Panel discussion – Positioning your hybrid strategy to enable business transformation and growth

Often hybrid working has been used as a tactical solution, a way to get staff back to the office and minimise disruption. But what if it was used strategically? A way to accelerate broader organisational aspirations and deliver a competitive edge.

Liz Develin, CEO, Sydney Olympic Park Authority
Alex Murphy, Managing Director, UTS College
Angie Smith, Head of People Experience, Zespri International
Eoin Higgins, Head of Business Growth AU/NZ, Veldhoen + Company

Panel discussion – Earning the commute – Creating a WX that people love

For most businesses, the office remains the hub for workplace experience. Yet how we experience the office is changing. What new features are being created to ensure the office remains a valued asset when staff have choice? 

Alison Webb, Head of Customer, Office, Lendlease Investment Management
Jennifer Henderson, Global Head of Workplace Experience, Standard Chartered Bank
Cathy Jameson, Design Director, Senior Associate, Gensler
Jessica Gilroy, Head of Sales, Australia, WeWork
Leon Mooney, Managing Director, Works

In the hybrid workplace, how do you reposition your office assets for future value?

After two years of a pandemic we have the unprecedented opportunity to build new models, with new products and services, that align with the real rather than the mandated or presumed needs. This is a time for innovation, imagination and great ambition. Who will be the new winners in reshaping workplace value?

Antony Slumbers, Co-Founder, Real Innovation Academy

Panel discussion – Creating opportunities for value creation in the future workplace and workforce

Our panel shares their insights on where to focus most of your attention for the best gains from your workplace transformation strategy. We discuss office space requirements, employee engagement strategies, and technology enablers for seamless enriching digital office experience.

Antony Slumbers, Co-Founder, Real Innovation Academy
Tim Oldman, Founder and CEO, Leesman
Cynthia Cottrell, Career Business Leader, APAC, Mercer Consulting
Sam Nickless, COO, Gilbert + Tobin
Stace Fishwick, Executive Director, Commercial Development & Management, Property and Development NSW
Chris Herd, Founder & CEO, Firstbase, UK

Chair’s closing remarks & networking reception

Day 2 | Thursday | 8th September




Chair’s welcome

Tony Massaro, Partner, Real Estate Advisory, PwC Australia

Building employee centric hybrid workplaces with corporate purpose and social value

Some business leaders are concerned that working from home hurts 'social capital' and will undermine the values of the corporate culture. While there is no doubt personal and group relationships provide real opportunities for psychological growth and resilience, do we really need the physical office to achieve this outcome for our employees? We discuss the findings from new research on hybrid workplace experience.

Sonia Clarke, Director, Future of Work, PwC Australia

Assessing mental health and work performance in a hybrid workplace

Business leaders are concerned that working from home hurts 'social capital' and will undermine the values of the corporate culture. While there is no doubt personal and group relationships provide real opportunities for psychological growth and resilience, do we really need the physical office to achieve this outcome for our employees?

Michael Brennan, Chair, Productivity Commission

Panel discussion – Enabling transformation: Designing a win-win workplace experience supporting performance, brand culture and individual authenticity

The employee-centric workplace has become popular with HR and WX. However the concept goes against the usual “management is always right” approach. To work, the model requires technical and cultural transformations. We discuss how this model is creating a revision in our workplace beliefs, and how it will develop future workplaces.

Krupa Solanki, Innovation Director, UnWork, UK
Mary Lemonis, Chief People Officer, REA Group
Gavin McMahon, Chief Learning & Product Officer, Partner, fassforward, USA
Graeme Scannell, Head of Workplace Experience, MYOB
Tony Massaro, Partner, Real Estate Advisory, PwC Australia

Networking break & showcase viewing

HYBRID FIRST - Sept. 8, 2022


Tony Massaro, Partner, Real Estate Advisory, PwC Australia


Panel discussion – Supporting wellbeing, fairness and social connections in the workplace transition

Wellbeing and social connections are a challenge with hybrid and work-from-anywhere models. How do we create a healthy separation between work and home? How do we ensure that remote employees are treated fairly in this time of disruption?

Jono Nicholas, MD, Wellbeing Outfit & Chief Mental Health Advisor, EY Oceania
Shailendra Tripathi, Director, Health Safety and Wellbeing, Optus
Ariane Virtue, Partner and Co-Founder, Flex We Are


Roundtable 6 – Engaging with Generation Z in the hybrid workplace

Adrianna Loveday, Director & Psychologist, Talent, Kairos
Kathryn Bellion, Executive Director, People & Development, King & Wood Mallesons


Roundtable 7 – Ensuring equity, flexibility & work-life balance in hybrid workplaces

Agathe Gross, Partner, Head of Australia Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Program, Bain & Company
Dr. Peter Simpson, Global Head, Safety, Security & ESG, Standard Chartered Bank


Roundtable 8 – Redesigning your office space for the hybrid workplace model

Iva Durakovic, Lecturer, School of Built Environment, UNSW


Roundtable 9 – Championing a workplace culture and experience that promotes wellness and social connections

Devan Valenti, Manager, Asia Pacific, International Well Building Institute

DIGITAL FUTURES - Sept. 8, 2022


Angela Barwick, Head of Specialty Sales, JLL Technologies


Fireside chat - Building people success, measuring employee happiness and engagement using data driven tools

Employee experience is the new buzzword in HR as employers become more focused on setting employees up to succeed. This includes offering wellness and EX apps, and tracking employee satisfaction across happiness KPIs. We review how data driven insights are changing the approach to employee experience and engagement. Moderator:

Angela Barwick, Head of Specialty Sales, JLL Technologies
Michelle Hancic, Head of People Science APAC, Glint - Linkedin
Sally Smith, Head of People Analytics, NAB


Ensuring your workforce is secure and productive from wherever they choose to work

A modern, flexible and globally facing workplace will enable your organization to attract and retain the best talent possible whist maintaining your governance and security standards. We share the emerging new standards in global workplace technology platforms.

Richard Youssef, Head of End User Computing, Australia and New Zealand, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Phil Persson, Head of End User Computing Technology, Australia and New Zealand, Amazon Web Services (AWS)


Networking lunch & showcase viewing

HYBRID FIRST - Sept. 8, 2022


Tony Massaro, Partner, Real Estate Advisory, PwC Australia


Repositioning the CRE sector for the hybrid workplace and remote workplace in the metaverse

Hybrid workplaces and digital transformation will ultimately transform the way we use buildings and do our jobs. Repositioning your business to take advantage of this workplace transformation is essential for occupiers and the CRE industry to be successful in the new normal.

Nayan Parekh, Principal and Global Leader, Consulting & Real Estate Services Practice, Gensler


Transforming the workplace into a collaboration and wellbeing hub

People increasingly want to work according to their needs and preferences and companies need to find ways to facilitate that if they’re to get the best out of their employees.

Nathan Andres, Global Wellbeing Leader, People Director APAC, The Body Shop


Panel discussion – Getting to the heart of employee engagement, hybrid people management and culture championing

Traditional HR focus on treating wellness, productivity, and technology as separate issues. But for employees, these are integrated components, that form the overall employee experience. We consider the role EX plays in supporting hybrid workplaces.

Leon Mooney, Managing Director, Works
Kathryn Bellion, Executive Director, People & Development, King & Wood Mallesons
Jen Jackson, Founder & CVO, Everyday Massive
Alex Sweeney, Director, Limbic (The CRE Fugazi Guy)
Olivia Thomas, Vibe Manager, Wisr
Kirsty Dodd, Head of HR & Training, Nespresso Professional Australia

DIGITAL FUTURES - Sept. 8, 2022


Angela Barwick, Head of Specialty Sales, JLL Technologies


WORKTECH - Innovators in workplace & employee experience technology share views on how to improve the hybrid experience

In a hybrid workplace, your technology stack defines employee experience. One of the big questions many leaders are facing now is: how can we meaningfully communicate, collaborate, and connect in a hybrid (or remote) environment? These new needs are driving the creation of new technology categories to support workers — that go beyond the video call. Moderator:

John Pozoglou, Founder & CEO, FuturePlace
Adrian Brossard, Head of Partnerships, Yellowbox
Joshua Katz, COO & Co-founder, Third Place
Murray James, CEO/CTO, Snobal
Frank Genovesi, Founder and CEO, Intellisolve


Panel discussion – Work labs - Building future ready workplaces which connect business strategy with people, digital and place

Future workplaces will offer experimental spaces that integrate sensing, spatial analytics, and adaptive design to encourage faster learning and testing. They will also support virtual and hybrid workplaces within spaces that empower and encourage employees.

Stuart Munro, Senior Account Executive, Calven
Dean Rikanovic, Global Creative Director, Rikanovic
Jeremy Pollak, CEO & Co-Founder, Calven, Co-Founder and Consulting Director, Peace of Mind Technology
Hyma Vulpala, Global Digital Engagement Partner, Toll Group
Nick Todd, Australian Leader, User Strategy & Experience, ERA-co (USA)


Networking Break & Showcase Viewing



Panel discussion – The remote challenge: Can you have frictionless EX in hybrid and work-from-anywhere?

There are some areas where in-person, face-to-face contact is unrivalled. Those are culture, collaboration, and coaching. We also know managers promote in-person employees. How do we ensure that remote employees are not disadvantaged by the location of their workplace? Would the workplace in the metaverse offer a viable solution?

Deepak Luddu, Head of Digital Workplace Technologies, University of Melbourne
James Dellow, Modern Work Architect, Engage Squared
Sandra Peter, Director, Sydney Business Insights, University of Sydney Business School
David Shirley, Partner and Co-Founder, Flex We Are

Panel discussion - Future employees risks and opportunities: Predictions from the edge of the future workplace

As the power shifts from employer to employee in the latest round of the “war for talent”, businesses focus on how to engage a young talented digital native workforce. They also wonder what other people risks will flow from the changes in our workplace arrangements as the unintended consequences of workplace disruption. Some ask whether the old ways will return with the open borders and new staff options.

Stephen Truman, National Risk Manager, People Risk, QBE
Bronwyn van der Merwe, VP of Design, Culture Amp
Callam Pickering, APAC Economist,
Murray James, CEO/CTO, Snobal
Emma Giles, Co-Founder & COO, SoWork
Nathan Bazley, Head of Reality Labs, Enablo

Chair’s closing remarks & end of event

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Rework Apac 2022 By The Numbers

2 day in-person and virtual event


VP & Director
Heads of/Managers


Workplace Strategy/Experience
People & Culture
Real Estate/Property
Executive Management
Digital Technology



Landlords - owners of office space, flex space operators

Agencies/ intermediaries

Office design & fit-out firms/consultants

Architects (building and space design)

Tech companies

Why Become A Partner?

REwork presents unique annual opportunities across a number of channels, all designed to deliver business development and leadership opportunities.

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Thought Leadership Presentations

Establish pre-eminence amongst your peers

Branding And Signage

Multiple opportunities exist before, during and after the event

Roundtable Hosting

Lead a roundtable of industry professionals in this powerful, interactive format


Impress the world with your team and hospitality

Lead Generation

New business opportunities from a highly targeted audience


The exhibition is the place to showcase and build new business connections

Who Should Partner?

Workplace strategy & experience

  • Tenant experience platforms
  • Workplace management solutions
  • Desk and meeting room booking
  • Workplace/resource scheduling
  • Space utilisation
  • Contactless
  • AR/VR

Architecture, design, planning & consulting

  • Design & build
  • Interior design
  • Reconfiguration
  • Fit out

Distributed workforce tools/technologies

  • Digital employee experience platforms
  • Collaboration & networking tools
  • File sharing tools
  • Messaging tools
  • CRM
  • Videoconferencing
  • Cybersecurity

Space & service providers

  • Landlords
  • Agencies/Brokers
  • Tenant reps
  • Consultants


The REwork APAC Summit is a Hybrid event. This format combines 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 you are based outside of Sydney and for whatever reason 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.

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