Welcome to a Future of Work online session featuring Bruce Daisley, former VP EMEA of Twitter and now number one bestselling author and podcaster on all things workplace related and Danny Denhard, former JustGiving Head of Growth and Founder of Focus with ample experience of delivering actionable insights into everything from marketing to leadership.

The session will feature an insights discussion with Bruce around the future of work with a Q&A session for the audience and a presentation from Danny on his take on what the future of work looks like as well as a Q&A session for the audience.

The Future of Work online session is brought to you by Roar Media, creators of the Global Digital Transformation Conference Series. Follow us on Twitter! You can also contact us here for all event enquiries.
This is an online event, you can access remotely from anywhere
The session will be taking place on June 10th from 11am - 12.45pm (UK)
watch back...
Bruce Daisley joined us for a discussion around the future of work, return to office and much more in a fireside chat type conversation in which much was covered. Danny offered a brilliant presentation around returning to work and what the future landscape looked like followed by an insightful Q&A session. You can watch back the sessions today.
Bruce Daisley
Former Vice President EMEA & Managing Director UK for Twitter
Bruce formerly ran Twitter's business in Europe, Middle East and Africa responsible for the development of Twitter in three continents. He is now a writer/consultant on better working published in Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Wired, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and more.

He runs the top business podcast, Eat Sleep Work Repeat. His first book - about improving work & work culture - was a Sunday Times #1 bestseller (it has been translated into 14 languages). He is writing a book on identity and resilience.
Danny Denhard
Founder, Focus / Former Director of Growth for JustGiving
On a mission to fix the broken world of work with Focusdedicated to removing silo's, removing poor communication & creating a crystal clear strategy that the whole company can and will get behind, ensuring trust increases and improves the long term company culture and business delivery.

Previously: Former Director of Growth at JustGiving and led the Crowdfunding business. Developed the business strategy, responsible for product enhancement and business revenues. Under my leadership crowdfunding raised £220m from 7million people supporting friends, family, their community and powerful stories.
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