Inaugural JustCo Forum Explores Hybrid Work Solutions

Inaugural JustCo Forum Explores Hybrid Work Solutions

JustCo's inaugural forum unites experts to shape hybrid work's future

Esteemed panel members and special guest speakers at the first-ever JustCo Future of Work Forum included: Korn Narongdej, CEO, Raimon Land PLC (centre), Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand (far right), Chikit Cheong, CEO, fastwork (3rd left), Stuart Jay Raj, MD of NFQ (2nd left), Mr. Chutipat Tangkusonchit, CEO of Gadgetstory Co., Ltd. (far left), Tarida Klaipracha, CEO, Kokuyo International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (2nd right), and Faye Pongsomboon, Co-founder & Business Development, YAAF Design (3rd right).
Esteemed panel members and special guest speakers at the first-ever JustCo Future of Work Forum included: Korn Narongdej, CEO, Raimon Land PLC (centre), Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand (far right), Chikit Cheong, CEO, fastwork (3rd left), Stuart Jay Raj, MD of NFQ (2nd left), Mr. Chutipat Tangkusonchit, CEO of Gadgetstory Co., Ltd. (far left), Tarida Klaipracha, CEO, Kokuyo International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (2nd right), and Faye Pongsomboon, Co-founder & Business Development, YAAF Design (3rd right).

Bangkok, Thailand, 28 Feb, 2024 – JustCo's inaugural Future of Work Forum, held at their newly launched One City Centre premises in Bangkok, gathered business leaders and industry experts to explore futureproof hybrid work solutions. The informative forum offered key insights on implementing effective flexible hybrid models catering to the needs of all generations of professionals and the importance of designing offices for employee well-being. Business leaders and industry experts also deep-dived into the crucial role of workspace design in fostering employee engagement and wellness.

The JustCo Future of Work Forum explored the pertinent issues in the hybrid work era, sustainable solutions that could better equip the future workforce and the importance. The first panel of the forum, "Bridging the Gap: Gen Z, Technology, and the Rise of Hybrid Work," delved into how businesses can seamlessly integrate the preferences and needs of younger generations into flexible working models. Industry leaders, comprising Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand, Chikit Cheong, CEO of FastWork, Stuart Jay Raj, Managing Director (Thailand) at NFQ, and Chutipat Tangkusonchit, CEO of Gadgetstory Co., Ltd., discussed the need to leverage technology and workspace design to foster collaboration and build engaging work environments that connect workers of all generations.

The first panel discussion, “Bridging the Gap: Gen Z, Technology, and the Rise of Hybrid Work”, featured esteemed panel members and special guest speakers which included: Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand (2nd left), Chikit Cheong, CEO, fastwork (centre), Stuart Jay Raj, MD of software company NFQ in Thailand (2nd right), and Mr. Chutipat Tangkusonchit, CEO of Gadgetstory Co., Ltd. (far right).

“Human connections matter more than ever in the hybrid work era, as businesses emerging from the pandemic navigate the search for the best hybrid work models and flexible workspace solutions that engage employees of diverse backgrounds and ages. With increased emphasis on work-life balance facilitated by hybrid work, the importance of fostering meaningful connections within the workplace has never been greater. As Asia’s leading coworking provider, we are proud to shape the future of work through creating purpose-built spaces that support all work styles and hold forums that foster meaningful dialogues, as seen in this forum,” said Joy.

Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand.

The second panel of the forum, "Beyond Aesthetics: Design and Wellness at the Workplace," focused on the critical role of workspace design in employee wellbeing. Panelists comprising of Korn Narongdej, CEO, Raimon Land PLC, Tarida Klaipracha, CEO, Kokuyo International (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. and Faye Pongsomboon, Co-founder & Business Development, YAAF Design discussed how to create workspaces that promote health, encourage collaboration, and support different working styles, fostering a thriving and engaged workforce in the hybrid era. These insightful discussions provided valuable takeaways for businesses seeking to optimise their work environments and cultivate a future-proof culture that caters to all generations.

The second panel discussion, ““Beyond Aesthetics: Design and Wellness at the Workplace””, featured respected panel members and honourable guest speakers which included: Korn Narongdej CEO, Raimon Land PLC (2nd left), Tarida Klaipracha, CEO, Kokuyo International (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right), and designer Faye Pongsomboon, Co-founder & Business Development, YAAF Design (2nd right).

Aware of the vital role human interaction plays in thriving workplaces, JustCo, Asia's leading provider of flexible workspaces, designs spaces that nurture creativity, connection, and collaboration. Since the world transitioned to hybrid work, employee well-being has become even more paramount. Businesses now prioritise high-quality office solutions to retain and attract employees back to physical spaces.

Responding to this trend, JustCo has launched premium flexible workspace solutions across Asia Pacific, boasting a network of almost 50 centres in eight gateway cities. The newest addition in the heart of Bangkok, JustCo One City Centre, embodies workplace wellness, connection, and productivity, all under one roof. Beyond features such as hotel-like amenities and nature-inspired furnishings that promote well-being, members can also leverage JustCo as a platform to network and collaborate with the wider business community. Events like this Future of Work Forum provide like-minded individuals an avenue to forge meaningful collaborations.

Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand, gave interviews with honoured guests from the Thai media and discussed the aims and insights of the first JustCo Future of Work Forum.

“As more businesses embrace the tangible and intangible benefits of hybrid work models which embody flexibility, co-working has become an irreplaceable solution for businesses worldwide. There is immense potential for flexible workspace solutions to dominate the office landscape in the coming decade. JustCo is ready to be the platform and launchpad where professionals can leverage to drive growth, work productively, meet the right people and achieve success,” concluded Joy.

Joy Lertpitakkit, Vice President and Head of JustCo Thailand and Korn Narongdej, CEO, Raimon Land PLC.

Chikit Cheong, CEO, fastwork (left), together with Stuart Jay Raj, MD of software company NFQ Thailand (centre), and Mr. Chutipat Tangkusonchit, CEO of Gadgetstory Co., Ltd. (right), joined together for a lively debate on the Future of Work, how it relates to GenZ employees and their employers, the current use of and relationship with technology, and future trends.

About JustCo

JustCo is Asia Pacific's leading provider of flexible workspace for businesses of all sizes seeking flexible solutions to nimbly scale their operations. JustCo's value proposition lies in its focus on high-quality fitouts, attractive locations, and a seamless experience via technology to work from any of its spaces. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Singapore, JustCo has close to 50 co-working spaces across eight major cities in Asia Pacific. We make work better by revolutionising how people work, empowering our ever-growing community with exceptional flexibility, opportunities and experiences.

About JustCo One City Centre

Located on levels 37 to 40 of One City Centre, Thailand's tallest luxury office building, JustCo's newest addition in Thailand offers a unique work-life balance experience. Kickstart your day with a coffee at the on-site café, and later, network with like-minded individuals in our comfortable, hotel-inspired collaboration lounges. Featuring hot-desks, private office suites, meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities, and quiet nooks for focused work, the centre fosters a collaborative and inspiring atmosphere. Adorned with nature-inspired furnishings, JustCo One City Centre provides the perfect environment for professionals seeking to connect and grow professionally, all while enjoying a breathtaking panoramic vista of the bustling city below. This

centre is jointly managed by Raimon Land PLC, leader of luxury and ultra-luxury real estate development, and Mitsubishi Estate (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Thailand base of global real estate giant from Japan and joint venture partner of One City Centre and JustCo. To find out more about JustCo OCC, please visit: https://www.justcoglobal.com/th/en/centre/one-city-centre/

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