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Webinar on Healthy Buildings from Schneider Electric

February 23, 2021
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Webinar on Healthy Buildings from Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric invites interested participants to join in their latest webinar, Innovation Talk: Healthy Buildings - Reshape, Reenter, Reconceived for The Future. 

When? 

February 24, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET. 

Who?

Speakers will be the following: 

  • Abby Gabriel - Chief Marketing Officer, North America – Schneider Electric 
  • James Mylett - Senior Vice President, Digital Buildings US – Schneider Electric 
  • Tony Johnson - Site Leader, Nashville HUB – Schneider Electric

What will be discussed?

  • The importance of monitoring the elements that impact occupant health 
  • Examples and solutions for making buildings and occupants healthier 
  • Insights on implementing a workplace re-entry strategy for Schneider Electric's largest office community in North America

Why is this important?

  • Schneider Electric will discuss the concept of Healthy Buildings, re-entry strategies and concepts to consider for future workspace design. 
  • The webinar will demo portions of Schneider Electric’s Nashville Hub office to showcase how the company is using its own technology to make informed decisions about workspaces during and post-COVID.



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