Workplace Trends: People, Place, Performance
Friday 15 November 2019, 09:30 – 18:30, + Drinks Social
Hyatt Regency, New Delhi, #WTIndia
Our panel sessions include:
Amit Grover, Executive Director, DLF Office Business
Amit is a seasoned Commercial Real Estate professional from last 23 years in key positions at Cushman & Wakefield, Citibank CRE, and is currently working with DLF for the last 16 years.
He is deeply passionate about architecture and understands city planning and dynamics, both in India and globally, and travels widely to keep abreast of the latest. Amit utilises the experiences & knowledge, for projects feasibility, design and asset enhancement, as well as drives best practices and excellence for the operational projects – with higher Safety Standards, Compliances, Sustainable building solutions and raising the Industry standards in value-added customer service, customer experience and technology.
Amit serves on the boards of International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and National SEZ Committee.
Anshul Jain, Cushman & Wakefield, India
Anshul is responsible for Cushman & Wakefield’s business in India – he focuses on strategy and growth of the firm in country and much of his time is spent building new client relationships and solidifying old both for transactional and annuity businesses. In a leadership position for last 10 years in India, Anshul has developed deep personal relationships with developers, real estate funds & occupiers and he leverages his experience and relationships to resolve complex real estate problems for the clients.
Pawan Maini, Country Manager, MACE Group
Pawan has more than 25 years of experience in the construction and infrastructure sector across the globe.
For the last 17 years, he has primarily worked for multinational companies operating in the Indian market. His previous work has included senior leadership positions in India with Ramboll, Halcrow, CH2M Hill and IFC. The companies he has led have performed Project Management, Program Management, Design and Design Build. He has worked on a range of high profile infrastructure projects in India, including Mumbai Airport Terminal 2, the Agra Lucknow Expressway and the Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail.
Ramesh Nair, CEO & Country Head at India, JLL
Having joined JLL in 1999, Ramesh has over 22 years of diversified and hands-on professional expertise in most facets of the real estate business. He has worked across diverse asset classes, advising leading domestic and multinational owners, investors and occupiers in India.
As one of the pioneers of professional real estate consulting services in India, Ramesh has been instrumental in introducing many new concepts into the Indian real estate sector. He has also served as a non-executive director on the Global RICS Regulatory Board for 3 years, and is now a member of the RICS South Asia Board.
Ramesh has written numerous thought-leadership articles for some of India’s leading publications, including The Economic Times, The Times of India, The Hindu, and The Indian Express.
Sonali Rastogi, Founding Partner, Morphogenesis
Graduated from the School of Planning and Architecture (New Delhi) and The Architectural Association (London) with a graduate diploma in Housing and Urbanism under Jorge Fiori and a second graduate diploma in Graduate Design (DRL) under Jeff Kipnis, Sonali is the Founding Partner of Morphogenesis, one of India’s leading award- winning Architecture and Urban Design practices.
The literature of ‘History and Theory’ of architecture is of profound interest to Sonali. She lectures and writes extensively. Working across a diverse canvas ranging from architecture to urban design, landscape and interior design, Sonali is passionately interested in the materiality and craft in architecture and is deeply invested in the detail of building. A strong proponent of the arts and crafts, Sonali is a founder member of Manthan, a platform for creative individuals who seek to share, discuss, engage with and evolve concepts and ideologies. A Fellow of the IIA (Indian Institute of Architects) and the RSA (Royal Society of Arts, UK), she also extends her impact on the built environment as a council member of the Delhi Urban Arts Commission.
For our inaugural conference, attendance will be by invitation.
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