Workplaces Have Changed. How Are You Managing Yours?

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JLL predicts that domestic pharmaceutical manufacturing will increase by 16% through 2025, boosting the need for lab square footage. But lab space is increasingly scarce—especially in hubs like Boston/Cambridge, San Diego, and the Research Triangle in North Carolina—where life sciences companies have invested in corporate spaces too.

With such high demand, finding, fully utilizing, and affording diverse spaces is complicated. But with Connected Workplace for Life Sciences, landlords and property management teams can easily support evolving business models while also providing bespoke workplace services to support growing biotechs and established life sciences companies.

Join us as we discuss:

  • New trends in space and real estate and what they mean for the industry
  • How workplaces are key to a positive employee experience and retaining talent
  • How to modernize existing processes and data management to embrace these trends
  • Examples of companies who have had success in implementing modern technology to optimize their spaces


  • Ethan Smith, General Manager, Life Sciences
  • Carlos Aricapa, Sr. Product Manager, Real Estate