How do we live and work today? What will our working environment look like in the future? And what kind of environment do we need to fully unleash our creativity and tap into our potential? Find out at Orgatec.
August 23rd, 2016
As the industry’s leading international trade fair for modern working environments, Orgatec presents the whole world of work. which means it encompasses everything that contributes to the ideal interplay between work environment, processes and culture.
Running from 25 to 29 October 2016 in Cologne, the 20% expanded space exhibition space of Orgatec takes a holistic view of the world of work, which has led to growing numbers of companies seeing it as the European trade fair to present their products and services to industry specialists. The list of companies that will be represented at Orgatec for the first time this year includes global players such as Microsoft, Polycom and Samsung.
The event addresses the demands of modern work environments and is the only European trade fair that totally explores new visions of how we will work. Orgatec’s “Contract”, “Mobile”, “Space” and “Office” themed areas provide valuable ideas for the design of inspiring work environments – in the office, at home and on the go.
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