In a world where ‘the experience’ is everything, and the world’s best-known brands devote ever-more energy to creating great experiences for everyone who comes into contact with them - the CoreNet Symposium this year will tackle the topic of how buildings can become experiences that attract and engage people, and add real bottom-line value.
The CoreNet Symposium is on Thursday 3rd May at Shed 10 on Auckland’s Queens Wharf.
Sarah Bryant is moderating the closing session with AUT Adjunct Professor, Mike Hutchenson. Sarah has also been part of coming up with the ‘Jasmax Hub,’ spaces to give attendees a place to work while at the symposium. Available for quiet spaces and collaboration, the hub is designed minimise the amount of time people need to spend away from the symposium and support them in any work they need to get done during the day.
Tim Stephens and Hamish Glenn will also be demonstrating our interactive VR hotel room in the main space during lunch time. Come down and experience how Jasmax are providing clients with a truly immersive way of experiencing their unbuilt projects.