Paperworld 2019 showing flexible worlds of work in the 'Future Office'
| 23 January, 2019
Paperworld has announced it is providing new insights into the ‘Future Office’. The special show, with a lecture programme and exhibition area, will be concentrating this time on ‘flexibility’. Through this focus, for the third year now, Paperworld will be casting light on a topic of the future and issue for the sector in questions of office working.
Flexible office design, zone concepts, clean desk and mobile devices are responses to demands for flexible working. That is why companies are investing more and more in new concepts and office outfitting, and in mobile terminals. How all this can be put into practice in the workplace will be shown by the 'Future Office’, says Michael Reichhold, Paperworld Director. "At the same time the lecture programme will enable us to address a new and important target group, the architects and planners of modern offices."
The Innovation Area in Hall 3.0 C51 will be devoted both to flexible working hours and mobile workplaces, but also to flexible facilities in modern office landscapes – such as rooms for individual and concentrated work, rest and relaxation zones, meeting rooms and areas where people can come together socially.