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Tuesday, 21 November 2017 / Published in News, Press Gallery
Prepare for VR to take the collaborative environment, training, marketing, document management and data visualisation to the next level. Since 2012 the number of VR companies has grown by 250%. Facebook acquired VR company Oculus for $2 billion in 2014. It’s serious.
Tuesday, 31 October 2017 / Published in News, Press Releases
LONDON, 24th October, 2017: Reps Limited, the Real Estate Project Solutions provider, today announced the successful relocation of a well-known fitness app provider MINDBODY Online to their new c.9000 sq. ft. space at One New Change, EC4M 9AF. Previously located in the established digital hub of Clerkenwell, MINDBODY ventured further into the City to find
Monday, 19 June 2017 / Published in Blog, News
You know you have an occupational Real Estate project looming, you don’t know whether to move or refurb, to increase space or decrease space let alone how much it will cost or how you really should go about it. But you do know you have a project on your hands. So, why not start with
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 / Published in Blog, Event Post, News
Women's Charity Golf Day: Kate Vine, Perkins and Will, winner of ‘Woman’s Longest Drive’
Reps, the Real Estate Project company, together with Women in Property (WiP) hosted their first Women’s Charity Golf Day yesterday at the Chigwell Golf Club in Essex. The aim of the event was to promote diversity in the industry and to give women their own opportunity to play golf.
CCBI Metdist Atrium
Reps is pleased to announce the recent successful relocation of CCBI Metdist Global Commodities (UK) Ltd to 111 Old Broad Street in the City of London, which represents its third successful project in this landmark building.
Sunday, 12 March 2017 / Published in Blog
Open plan atrium at Watson Farley WIlliams LLP, London
Having worked with a law firm recently, we were interested in the drivers for their workspace decisions. We therefore talked to a number of firms, both UK and US-based, and have noticed a greater appetite for ‘going open plan’. Engaging with clients early in the process, whilst they are still considering their options and their
Friday, 10 March 2017 / Published in Blog
Caroline Pearce-Browne answers a big question in the February edition of Mix Interiors magazine
Saturday, 04 February 2017 / Published in Blog, News
Charity Golf Day: Chigwell Golf Club's 1st and 18th holes
Last few places left for the Reps Charity Women’s Golf Day On the 18th May, Reps is hosting a Women’s Charity Golf Day. What with the weather warming up and a snap general election just announced, it’s shaping up for an exciting summer! It is rare that I see ladies on corporate golf days, despite
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 / Published in News, Press Releases
Reps are delighted to announce that their client, Watson Farley Williams, have completed refurbishing their offices on Appold Street, EC2. Having stripped out and re-fitted the entire 4th floor and substantially refurbished the other 4 floors totalling 74,000 sq. ft., we have delivered an exceptional space for this international law firm and their Partners, Associates
Monday, 23 November 2015 / Published in News
Reps Turns 5 in Style at Bourne & Hollingbrooke Building Real Estate Project Solutions threw a fabulous party to celebrate their 5th birthday last Thursday at the Bourne & Hollingbrooke Buildings in Clerkenwell. Reps played host to over 80 people from across the industry – quantity surveyors, MEP practitioners, interior designers, architects and main contractors,

Caroline Pearce-Browne talks about virtual reality in this month’s Mix Interiors magazine.

Virtual Reality (VR) is back for the future and coming to a workplace near you!

Prepare for VR to take the collaborative environment, training, marketing, document management and data visualisation to the next level. Since 2012 the number of VR companies has grown by 250%. Facebook acquired VR company Oculus for $2 billion in 2014. It’s serious.

By 2020, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce and Generation Z will have entered employment. The M’s & Z’s are tech- savvy, actively seek digital innovation and are influenced by workplace facilities, capabilities and environments. Some tech-progressive corporates have started offering VR experiences to enable prospective employees to virtually experience their new workspace.

With the decline in demand for the trading desk and an increase in requirements for open plan offices, such as the need for privacy, we predict VR will be a new influencer in the workstation of the future.

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