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With an eye (always) on the future, DWG and Unily have both explored what the world of work may look like in 2030 and beyond. In this episode, Paul Miller talks to senior executives at Unily, about their report “Future of the workplace 2030+”. Tune in as they discuss the key findings and share what they think we can expect from the workplace over the next decade.

Listen to Episode 56: Visions of the beautiful Digital Workplace 2030

Guest speakers: Sam Hassani, Chief Technology Officer, and Jo Skilton, Chief Commercial Officer, both from Unily.

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