FlexSA Awards Open to Entries
The Flexible Space Association’s Annual Awards are now open to entries, recognising and celebrating achievements and excellence in the flexible workspace industry.
Free to enter for all FlexSA member companies, following a major revamp of the Awards last year and a significant increase in participating companies, and it’s hoped that this year all member companies will enter at least one category.
The award categories are:
- Workspace Design – Recognising the best in design of new or refurbished flexible workspace.
- Technology Innovation – Recognising excellence in delivering technology-driven projects that are innovative, and deliver benefits to customers and to the running of the workspace.
- Service Innovation – Recognising new or expanded services that benefit flexible workspace customers, or clients of businesses providing services to the flexible workspace sector.
- Customer Service (5 awards will be presented covering different geographic areas) – This award will recognise individuals or teams working at a flexible workspace location, or in a company which supports the flexible workspace industry.
There will once again be an Industry Achievement Award, recognising outstanding service to the flexible workspace industry.
More details can be found on each of the categories on the awards entry website.
In a change to last year’s awards, ALL categories are open to all member companies – Workspace Operators and Service Providers.
The deadline for entries is 5pm on Friday 28th October.
We are pleased to welcome a judging panel which brings a host of experience of the flexible workspace industry, alongside knowledge of the property and technology sector.
The panel will be led by the Chairman of the Flexible Space Association’s Board, Freya Cross.
Liz Hamson joins with an extensive knowledge of the sector, as the former editor of Property Week. Gareth Evans, former CEO of BizSpace, and Sophie Turnbull, Commercial Director at Work.Life, bring experience from with the flexible workspace industry. Finally, Ian Calder has particular knowledge of the use of technology within flexible workspaces, but also a wider perspective of the sector.
We are grateful to the judges for giving us their time and experience to consider the entries.
22 September 2022
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