Sept. 13, 2012
-- Telework Summit 2012 will feature a number of high-profile keynote speakers, facilitators and breakout contributors in its two-day agenda. Opening the event in Indianapolis on Oct. 31st will be Robyn Bews, creator, curator and chief strategist of WORKshift, an innovative initiative of Calgary Economic Development. Robyn will walk the audience through the reasons why the workplace is changing and where obstacles remain.
Robyn is recognized as an authority in transforming the way people and organizations work, offering a holistic “ecosystem”
approach for organizations looking to make their WORKshift program a reality. She has advised hundreds of private and not-for-profit organizations across North America and municipalities around the world. Robyn is dedicated to enhancing the quality of the discussions about the future of work. To that end, she oversaw Canada’s first national white paper detailing the bottom line benefits of telework and has undertaken numerous media interviews with the likes of The Globe and Mail, CBC’s The National, The National Post, Avenue Magazine, CTV, Canadian Business Magazine, Shaw, and Global News.
More details about Robyn and other speakers will be made periodically via twitter (@telework_adv)
and subsequent press releases. Please visit http://www.teleworkadvocacy.com/teleworksummit
to register to attend Telework Summit 2012 or to download the attendee prospectus. Registration cost is $250, but discount codes are available for those who request them.
Telework Summit is supported by a group of leading telework solutions providers including Officescape, Bush Business Furniture, Cisco, Verizon, e-Work, Telesaur and more. For more information on sponsoring or attending Telework Summit 2012 in Indianapolis, visit www.teleworksummit.com or follow us on Twitter @telework_adv.