Series Overview

Covid-19 has forced businesses to rapidly and fundamentally change the way they do business. The FT’s Future of Work series provides a vital forum for companies to understand how to transition towards a new work paradigm. It combines three digital conferences on: • New approaches to technology and digitization (1 September) • The impact of Covid-19 on people, purpose and skills (6 October) • The shape of the future workplace (4 November) These events will bring together some of the world’s foremost thinkers on the future of work alongside decision-makers from major global businesses across multiple sectors. Expertly moderated by senior journalists and editors from the FT, the Future of Work series will help shape the priorities of major businesses across the globe.

Three FT-curated flagship events designed to help companies navigate the post-pandemic world of work

Gain access to around 1000 leading thinkers and decision makers across multiple sectors

Inform and influence c-suite executives from major global corporations at a time of significant restructuring and reflection

Understand the technological, financial, educational and cultural challenges facing companies seeking to reshape their working practices

Deliver your message in a landmark series publicised across major print, digital and social media channels

CISO, Iberdrola
“FT Events allow relevant industry experts, speakers as well as attendees, to share insights and discuss about topics that will shape the future of the industry and economy.”

Confirmed speakers include:

Guy Ryder,

Director General,

International Labor Organization (ILO)

Ann Cairns,

Executive Vice Chair,


Sandeep Dadlani,



Mike Dargan,

Group CIO,


Tracy Keough,

Chief Human Resources Officer,


1000+ attendees
59% C-suite/Director level attendees
Insights from decision-makers across hundreds of major organisations
Group ALM Treasury Manager, BNP Paribas
“FT Live events are always a great opportunity to discuss strategic topics with high-profile speakers and experts”