Developers and landlords are under pressure from occupiers to provide well-connected, smarter spaces that are responsive to their needs. Photo: Stocksy
Developers and landlords are under pressure from occupiers to provide well-connected, smarter spaces that are responsive to their needs. Photo: Stocksy

The future of Hong Kong’s workspaces starts with technology

  • Giving built environments a new lease of life presents a unique opportunity to improve the office experience now, and in the future
  • Technology is a key enabler for making older buildings more sustainable, operationally efficient and user-friendly

Developers and landlords are under pressure from occupiers to provide well-connected, smarter spaces that are responsive to their needs. Photo: Stocksy
Developers and landlords are under pressure from occupiers to provide well-connected, smarter spaces that are responsive to their needs. Photo: Stocksy
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