Mitie’s Strategic Technology Director to speak at Logistics Manager’s ESG Industrial and Logistics Conference

Simi Gandhi-Whitaker, Strategic Technology Director at facilities management company Mitie, will be speaking at Logistics Manager’s ESG Industrial and Logistics Conference in London on 15 June 2023.

She will discuss the value of technology and the conundrum of implementing smart building solutions. Her presentation will cover smart technology and the value of a people-first approach.

She is responsible for the creation of new-to-market innovative solutions for her blue-chip customers by leading Mitie’s Connected Workspace technology business, managing the day-to-day delivery of the team and their award-winning products.

A keen technologist, Simi is an expert in helping customers bridge the gap between their technology investment and business aspirations through her unrivalled knowledge of the emerging technology market underpinned by AI & ML, big data, VR & AR, and IoT.

Simi is also big on creating change and using her voice for good. Her passion and affinity to equality, diversity & inclusion (ED&I) has seen her become a visible champion and mentor in the property and FM sectors. As a current Non-executive Director for mental health charity The Advocacy People and former Business Mentor for the Cherie Blair Foundation, Simi is on a mission to not only empower and inspire others, but also challenge the status quo to instigate real positive changes in the workplace today.

The ESG Industrial and Logistics Conference is a one-day face-to-face event that will allow industrial and logistics property tenants to learn how they can leverage their property to help them with their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies.

Conference attendees will discover all of the latest industrial and logistics property ESG trends and insights. On top of hearing from industry leading experts, there will also be opportunity for attendees to expand their business network during networking breaks.

Furthermore, the event offers attendees a total of 3.5 CPD hours – accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – to keep up with their professional development.

Source: logisticsmanager.com

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