Cities are done. The office is dead. Delivery is the future. At least two of these are wrong—but why?
Join us for an on-demand webcast in which we’ll answer that question and share insights on how cities are changing—especially due to COVID-19—and how your company can remain fluid during the transition.
We’ll cover how workplace trends could have a drastic impact on how cities function, who lives there, and what services and stores are available within walking distance for residents. In addition, we’ll discuss how technology is turning restaurants and retail inside-out through deliveries, dark stores, and automation—threatening main streets, mom-and-pops, and real estate as we know it.
Drawing on his research and foresight work for NewCities, the Atlantic Council, MIT’s Future Urban Collectives Lab, and months of post-pandemic research, Greg Lindsay explodes the myths around COVID-19 and explains why the future isn’t as socially-distanced as you might think.
Please note, this webcast is part of our eight-part Virtual 2020 Building Opportunity Conference.