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Webinar: Driving Sustainable Buildings Through Occupant Health & Wellbeing

Please Join us on Wednesday 12th December 1700 CET | 1100 EST | 0800 PST for our 12th FREE Webinar in the 2018 Smart Buildings Series, Sponsored by Haystack Connect.

Driving Sustainable Buildings Through Occupant Health & Wellbeing Memoori Talks to Christopher Pottage from Skanska UK about his data-driven approach to the application of healthy buildings metrics.

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What We Will Be Discussing;

* An introduction to healthy buildings research at Skanska & its application of healthy buildings metrics.

* The next steps for occupant health and wellbeing. Where does the value lie and how to uncover it?

This is a really great FREE opportunity to hear a genuine expert share his experience and knowledge about how occupant health and wellness is changing the commercial real estate landscape!

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