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What is the Modern Work Summit?

This one-day summit aims to inspire C-suite leaders, digital workplace specialists, IT managers, facilities representatives, and HR leaders to rethink the modern workplace proactively. The summit will also cover the cultural shifts and realignments of today’s organizational climate. Notable speakers will highlight how the physical workspace is being repurposed and redesigned, revealing the pivotal technological factors in transforming our work.

Why should I attend?

Modern practices centered around flexible work patterns and digital technologies are changing decisively from first movers in business to the mainstream. Early experiments and iterative explorations of hybrid work and artificial intelligence are being replaced by broader adoption and implementations as employers work on developing standard practices. The dynamic of meetings changes as they become hybrid, and trends like these are accelerating the need for decisive strategies that foster productivity and collaboration.

Artificial Intelligence is having an impact on meeting experience and expectations. The challenge is how AI and IoT fit into the workspace. AI is already in use, from AI in camera-tracking technology to building automation and meeting experience. How is AI being used to improve experience in the workplace?

Who should attend?

The Modern Work Summit is designed for professionals who enable, design, build, or study modern workplace strategies. ‘Modern work’ includes enterprises embracing hybrid modalities — colleges and universities, government facilities, architects, and consultants.

What can I expect?

Join Alex Salkever, futurist and chief marketing officer of Vionix Biosciences, and Craig Durr, author, analyst, and Futurum Group research director, as well as speakers from Microsoft, Intel, and others to gain advanced knowledge about modern work practices and the impact of artificial intelligence in the workplace.

When and where?

From 9:30am – 5:30pm on March 19, 2024, in the Caribe Royale at 8101 World Center Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32821

What does it cost?

Admission fee is $299.

What is included?

The ticket price covers the entrance fee, breakfast, lunch, and dinner networking event. Does not include travel or accommodations.

Where can I stay?

The Caribe Royale is an all-suite hotel. The standard one-bedroom suite has one king bed or two queen beds and a connecting living room with a full-size sleeper sofa. Crestron’s special group rate for the standard one-bedroom suite per night is $269 plus tax. Note, this rate is based on single/double occupancy and additional adults are $15 per night. Discounted resort fee of $12.50 plus tax per night is not included in your room rate and will be added as a separate charge on your daily room folio.

To receive the group rate, you must book reservations through this dedicated group link or via phone by calling the hotel directly at 1-800-823-8300 or 407-238-8000. If you are booking your reservation over the phone, please identify yourself as a Crestron 2024 attendee.

Discounted parking fees – These fees are payable directly to the hotel, by guests with vehicles, at time of check-in.

  • Self-parking: $20 (plus tax, per night, per vehicle)
  • Non-registered hotel day guest: $25 (plus tax, per vehicle)
  • Valet: $27 (plus tax, per night, per vehicle)

The Cancellation Policy is three days prior to the arrival date for guest rooms booked within the Crestron room block.

Check-in time starts at 4:00pm for suites and villas. Check-out time is 11:00am.

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