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  • Our focus and expertise is in workplace trends, collaborative culture and monetizing these practices.    

    Contact us for your next event:  info@siteresolutions.com 

     Some Topics for Consideration:

    •    The New Reality of the “No Office” Workplace
    •    Expectations in the Multi-Gen/Multi-Cultural Workspace
    •    Your Office = A “Community” Center
    •    If You Build It, Will They Come? – Elements of Successful Space Transitions


    Upcoming Events:

    WANY (Workspace Association of New York) – 10th Annual Industry Conference – June 10, 2015

    Agenda TBD by May 15, 2015 – Stay Tuned!



    Recent Events:

    NBIA International Conference – April 26-29, 2015

    SITE REsolutions presents at April 2015 International Conference in Denver

    NBIA – the National Business Incubator Association has invited discussion of coworking as a strategy to their 2015 program!

    Coworking as Incubation:   

    Join presenters Andrew Stickney of Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Wendy Spreenberg of SITE REsolutions as they share how new generation Incubators are taking on the spirit of Coworking spaces by building community, generating more revenue so they can expand their programs further than ever before. April 27, 2015 @ 2:45 MDT!

    You’ll learn:
    Who wants & needs this type of solution
    Who is creating these innovative environments
    What was tried
    What was learned along the way

    SITE REsolutions is on the front lines of this resurgence, currently working with landlords and developers of commercial and residential space to transform their holdings into a more integrated, and profitable, solution.


    28th Annual GWA  Conference & Trade Show – September 10-13, 2014, Boca Raton, Florida

    Launching Pads, Innovation Hubs, and Culture Clubs –      Thursday, September 11, 2014 – 11:30 a.m.

    This session will illustrate the latest design trends from both an architectural, interior design, and decorative perspective and will focus on six very different emerging spatial forms: (1) The Brand Café (an advanced Internet Café to create a customer experience designed to attract customers to a particular brand); (2) The Hospitality Lounge designed to penetrate the ‘third place’ market space; (3) The Launching Pad (innovative ventures that blend public/private partnerships and blend civic and business interests); (4) The Innovation Hub (shared work environments within a major corporation); (5) The Culture Club (large companies sharing tenancy and workspace together); and (6) The Cowork Community.  Join Wendy Spreenberg as moderator of this expert panel.



    WANY – Workspace Asssociation of New York  – June 13, 2014

    The Serviced Workspace Industry at a Crossroads – Steelcase WorkLife Center

    “60 Minutes” – join our panel of industry experts as they discuss new workspace trends.  This includes a perspective of creative and progressive spaces in Chicago, presented by Wendy Spreenberg, President of SITE REsolutions – workspace consultancy.

    Interior Perspectives   –  May 8, 2014

    Monona Terrace • 1 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53703 The IIDA Wisconsin Chapter invites you to participate in Interior Perspectives 2014, an all day CEU event coupled with the AIA Building Products Expo. Held in conjunction with the AIA Wisconsin Convention, the day will be nothing short of Revolutionary! As this year’s theme, the Revolution focuses on working together, thinking creatively, and acting differently so that we can build our future and create our Destiny.

    Coworking: Scaling Bussiness Models From B2C To B2B(Seminar 2 2:00 – 4:00P)

    The advent of Coworking was originally focused on startups, freelancers, entrepreneurs. The unanticipated, rising interest of the corporate user in aggressively adopting coworking environments is changing the “coworking” game. The sheer volume of demand and expectations from a B2B perspective will change this from a “cottage industry” to an industry consolidation of smaller providers to serve this national and global marketplace customer segment. Corporations are getting into the use of Coworking spaces for their own teams to help create dynamic work environments and attract talent. What are their unique requirements in operations, function and design of this new workspace? Different coworking models target different users. This seminar highlights the unique interests and requirements of the corporate user. How will it function once you choose to build it? We will identify the fundamental patterns and the technology necessary to serve corporate users who are reinventing their obsolete office environments by incorporating coworking. WENDY SPREENBERG President, SITE RESolutions, LLC www.iidawi.org/interior-perspectives