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Save the Date for NBS [re]ocon 2018

For all of those who could not attend NEOCON in Chicago or INFOCOMM in Las Vegas this year, we are excited to rewind, recreate and review the best of this year’s shows in our Troy showroom.

Experience the latest in corporate, education and healthcare environments as we provide the forum for 2018’s most innovative manufacturers, services and products. In addition to our vendor exhibits, we will feature an exciting and informative panel discussion and a networking social to round out the day. It’s going to be our coolest [re]ocon to date!

Thanks to the generosity of our vendor partners and sponsors, there will be no charge for attending this dynamic event. Special thanks to the Allor Group, who donated the Yeti Cooler Gift Pack for our grand prize drawing (details on how to enter will be provided at the event). 

NBS and our partners will be holding a raffle of donated items and gift cards. Proceeds from the raffle will go to Humble Design a non-profit that believes in restoring dignity to every family that has suffered through homelessness.

We are very excited about this event. So save the date and spread the word.

Count Me In!

To RSVP for the [re]ocon 2018 and/or to make your reservation for the Seminars/Speakers, please complete and submit the following form.

10:00 AM

Registration & Vendor Exhibits Open
at NBS

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Lunch at NBS

11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

Speaker Panel Presentation & Lunch

Putting the Fun in Functional
Creating Intentional Inspiring Spaces

at Automation Alley, 2675 Bellingham (next door to NBS)

3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Digital Caricature Artist
at NBS

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Networking Social
at NBS
Mix, Mingle & Music

Putting the Fun in Functional:
Creating Intentional Inspiring Spaces

Millennial playground, Google workspace, offices that feel like home. These buzz words are often used to describe the “cool” and informal environments clients want to create in their own workspaces. What many may not understand is that it takes thoughtful design intent to create spaces that are fun and functional.

Our panel of industry experts will discuss their take on this latest trend and the importance of agility, technology and intentionality when bringing these spaces to life.

 

 


MODERATOR:


Jeff Schutte

Regional Sales Manager, Steelcase

 

 

 

 

 

PANELISTS:

Anna Habig, Assoc. IIDA, LEED Green Assoc.
Design Director, dPOP

Anna leads a diverse, multidisciplinary team of interior, industrial, and experiential designers at dPOP, a commercial interior design firm in Detroit. Since 2013, dPOP has been transforming workplaces across the country into authentically creative, collaborative + culture focused environments. dPOP develops purposeful, data-driven, custom workspace to enhance and drive each client’s distinct company culture. Anna’s project experience ranges from macro to micro, including commercial, residential, hospitality, and mixed-use projects. With a passion and education in both Interior Architecture and Entrepreneurship, Anna has played an integral role in molding the process, strategy, and success of the firm’s unique approach to workplace design.

Jon Rooze
Senior Interior Designer, Steelcase

Jon Rooze trained as an architect, studying architecture as an undergraduate at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, before going on to receive a Master of Architecture degree from Yale University in New Haven, CT.  He spent 12 years working in California, at A&D firms in both Los Angeles and San Francisco, before joining Steelcase in 2016 as a Senior Interior Designer in the Global Design Studio.  At Steelcase he has been instrumental in translating research and insights about agile teams into a new agile space for the IT organization on the Steelcase campus in Grand Rapids, MI.

Brian Mioduszewski
Senior Director of Real Estate Services, Kelly Services

Brian Mioduszewski (pronounced “Me-ah-do-chef-ski”), is gaining increasing attention for his work with Kelly Services for playing an integral part in the transformation of their traditional work place into an engaging collaborative space. As the Senior Director of Real Estate Services, Brian’s mission is to create an environment where Kelly’s global team of professionals can work where they want, when they need to, without geographical boundaries. The program, Kelly Anywhere, is quickly becoming a model for workplace transformation within established organizations. Working in conjunction with Kelly’s leadership and a team of talented design professionals, Brian has orchestrated and created award-winning workspaces within their Troy, Michigan headquarters. Their results are contributing to a global vision for heightened productivity and workplace convenience to attract and retain the world’s best and brightest talent.

Mr. Mioduszewski holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Lawrence Technological University and is a board member of the Troy Downtown Development Authority.

Experience the latest in corporate, education and healthcare environments as we provide the forum for 2018’s most innovative manufacturers, services and products.