Agenda

APRIL 4, 2018 
ALL CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD AT NYU – KIMMEL CENTER
 
PRE-CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES
9:00 a.m.            Pre-Conference Registration Opens
9:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.                         Operators Special Interest Session (9th Floor - KC 914) 
(Optional for Client Liaisons/Self-Operators/Contractors & Integrated Facility Managers. No additional fee)

If you’re an SHFM Client Liaison, Self-Operator, Contractor or Integrated Facility Manager, we invite you to come together at this special interest session to exchange ideas with industry professionals who share similar membership classifications.

Session 1 - Who Should be at the Table: Assembling Your Project Team – Chris Brady, Romano Gatland

Session 2 - Retail Restaurant Trends – Sam Lipp, Make It Nice
9:30 a.m.  - 12:30 p.m.      Young Professionals Special Interest Session & Lunch  (9th Floor - KC 905) 
(Optional for Young Professionals.Young Professionals are 35 years of age or younger. No additional fee.)

If you’re an SHFM Young Professional, we invite you to join your colleagues for this special interest session and lunch. 

Session 1 - Mentorship

Session 2 - Building Your Personal Network  Rob Geile, SHFM President-Elect, and Barbara Kane, SHFM Past President
10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Operators & Young Professionals Networking Break (9th Floor - Lounge)
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.  Operators Lunch (9th Floor - KC 914) 
(Optional for Client Liaisons/Self-Operators/Contractors & Integrated Facility Managers. No additional fee)

CRITICAL ISSUES CONFERENCE
12:30 p.m.     CIC Registration Opens (4th Floor Foyer - Auditorium Foyer)
1:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.  Welcome & Program Session 1 (4th Floor - Eisner & Lubin Auditorium)

DESIGNING THE EVOLUTIONARY WORK SPACE EXPERIENCE 

John G. Nackley
President & CEO, InterMetro Industries Corporation, MODERATOR

Participate in an engaging dialogue as CIC’s moderator guides us through an interactive discussion of the drivers changing the way we design work space and serve customers. Discover implications for design strategy and analyze how to innovate in a foodservice and hospitality environment.

How could you:
  • Simplify the way you configure space?
  • Reinvent your services?
  • Refocus your core audience?
  • Redefine the purpose of your brand?
Consider your options during this intriguing session.
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.    NETWORKING BREAK & EXHIBITS (5th Floor - Global Center - Grand Hall)
4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.    Program Session 2 & Conference Closing (4th Floor - Eisner & Lubin Auditorium)

DESIGNING THE EVOLUTIONARY WORK SPACE EXPERIENCE 
 
John G. NackleyPresident & CEO, InterMetro Industries Corporation, MODERATOR
Michael BonomoDirector of Global Workplace, CannonDesign 
Mike Church, Managing Director, Deloitte Digital
Connie DicksonPrincipal, Rippe Associates
Christine Gurtler, Design Director, Jacobs l Doland l Beer, LLC

Industry design consultants along with a technology specialist join the conversation contributing additional expertise and informative examples. Learn from their insight and project experience as they share work space perspectives on:
 
  • Key components and metrics of flexible design
  • Emerging uses of technology
  • Customer expectations and the enhanced customer experience
  • Budgetary concerns and design requirements
  • Insuring the most effective project collaboration and execution

Take away recommendations, ideas and a new appreciation for the critical importance of designing an evolutionary work space experience.
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.    NETWORKING RECEPTION (10th Floor - Rosenthal Pavilion)

Connect with your fellow attendees at a “meet and greet” designed to build relationships among operators and suppliers. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as you network—the perfect close to an insightful conference!
            
Thank You To Our Hosts
NYU – Kimmel Center 
Aramark


QUESTIONS?
 
For more information about the conference, contact:
SHFM Headquarters
(502) 574-9931
shfm@hqtrs.com
www.shfm-online.org
 
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Agenda

APRIL 4, 2018 
ALL CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES WILL BE HELD AT NYU – KIMMEL CENTER
 
PRE-CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES
9:00 a.m.            Pre-Conference Registration Opens
9:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.                         Operators Special Interest Session (9th Floor - KC 914) 
(Optional for Client Liaisons/Self-Operators/Contractors & Integrated Facility Managers. No additional fee)

If you’re an SHFM Client Liaison, Self-Operator, Contractor or Integrated Facility Manager, we invite you to come together at this special interest session to exchange ideas with industry professionals who share similar membership classifications.

Session 1 - Who Should be at the Table: Assembling Your Project Team – Chris Brady, Romano Gatland

Session 2 - Retail Restaurant Trends – Sam Lipp, Make It Nice
9:30 a.m.  - 12:30 p.m.      Young Professionals Special Interest Session & Lunch  (9th Floor - KC 905) 
(Optional for Young Professionals.Young Professionals are 35 years of age or younger. No additional fee.)

If you’re an SHFM Young Professional, we invite you to join your colleagues for this special interest session and lunch. 

Session 1 - Mentorship

Session 2 - Building Your Personal Network  Rob Geile, SHFM President-Elect, and Barbara Kane, SHFM Past President
10:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Operators & Young Professionals Networking Break (9th Floor - Lounge)
11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.  Operators Lunch (9th Floor - KC 914) 
(Optional for Client Liaisons/Self-Operators/Contractors & Integrated Facility Managers. No additional fee)

CRITICAL ISSUES CONFERENCE
12:30 p.m.     CIC Registration Opens (4th Floor Foyer - Auditorium Foyer)
1:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.  Welcome & Program Session 1 (4th Floor - Eisner & Lubin Auditorium)

DESIGNING THE EVOLUTIONARY WORK SPACE EXPERIENCE 

John G. Nackley
President & CEO, InterMetro Industries Corporation, MODERATOR

Participate in an engaging dialogue as CIC’s moderator guides us through an interactive discussion of the drivers changing the way we design work space and serve customers. Discover implications for design strategy and analyze how to innovate in a foodservice and hospitality environment.

How could you:
  • Simplify the way you configure space?
  • Reinvent your services?
  • Refocus your core audience?
  • Redefine the purpose of your brand?
Consider your options during this intriguing session.
3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.    NETWORKING BREAK & EXHIBITS (5th Floor - Global Center - Grand Hall)
4:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.    Program Session 2 & Conference Closing (4th Floor - Eisner & Lubin Auditorium)

DESIGNING THE EVOLUTIONARY WORK SPACE EXPERIENCE 
 
John G. NackleyPresident & CEO, InterMetro Industries Corporation, MODERATOR
Michael BonomoDirector of Global Workplace, CannonDesign 
Mike Church, Managing Director, Deloitte Digital
Connie DicksonPrincipal, Rippe Associates
Christine Gurtler, Design Director, Jacobs l Doland l Beer, LLC

Industry design consultants along with a technology specialist join the conversation contributing additional expertise and informative examples. Learn from their insight and project experience as they share work space perspectives on:
 
  • Key components and metrics of flexible design
  • Emerging uses of technology
  • Customer expectations and the enhanced customer experience
  • Budgetary concerns and design requirements
  • Insuring the most effective project collaboration and execution

Take away recommendations, ideas and a new appreciation for the critical importance of designing an evolutionary work space experience.
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.    NETWORKING RECEPTION (10th Floor - Rosenthal Pavilion)

Connect with your fellow attendees at a “meet and greet” designed to build relationships among operators and suppliers. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails as you network—the perfect close to an insightful conference!
            
Thank You To Our Hosts
NYU – Kimmel Center 
Aramark


QUESTIONS?
 
For more information about the conference, contact:
SHFM Headquarters
(502) 574-9931
shfm@hqtrs.com
www.shfm-online.org
 
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