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#B52.day - 07 November 2024

Strategy | Culture | Software | Interior design

In a time of constant change, it is more important than ever to think about new ways and methods of working in order to increase the efficiency of collaboration.

Together we will take a look into the future, discover the opportunities and challenges of New Work and find new ways of working together successfully.


Martin Stiebeling

(Sedus Digital GmbH)

As Head of Development and Sales at Sedus Digital GmbH, his focus is on providing complete digital solutions for the office that fit seamlessly into the New Work concept. With 10 years of experience in facility management, as a technical project manager in quality management and sales, he was involved in the implementation of an application for technical order processing. Since 2019, he has been Head of Development and Sales for the modular Smart Office platforms for individual system integration.

Jörg Castor

(Fraunhofer IAO)

His research and expertise focuses on the process-oriented analysis and design of working environments for office and knowledge work in order to increase the well-being and efficiency of users. The focus is on "hybrid working environments", such as office landscapes that promote creativity and new work in life science research. The management of the "Mittelstand 4.0 Competence Centre" in Stuttgart from 2016 to 2022 expanded his expertise to include topics such as Work 4.0, Industry 4.0 and digitalization in SMEs.

Allan Chester

(any-2-any GmbH)

Allan Chester is CEO and founder of any2any, a software company that integrates various technologies and services into a cloud-based platform. He helps companies improve the user experience by removing everyday friction such as check-in, reservations and biometric authentication. Its any2any solution brings benefits to real estate, HR, branding and digitalization initiatives and offers opportunities for flexible workplace solutions in large enterprises.

Tobias Kasten

(Pareva GmbH)

Tobias Kasten originally comes from IT service management and now focuses on networked lockers and how their technologies can be optimized. His focus is on continuously developing existing technologies and being able to use them worldwide. He also wants to use his technology to reach more specific customer streams that rely on flexible locking system solutions in their working environment.

Frank Schröder

(Phoenix Contact Electronics)

Frank Schröder, Head of Facility Management at Phoenix Contact, a leading provider of industrial electronics and automation technology, has been optimizing and transforming the facility management of one of Europe's most modern buildings for over 27 years. He is passionate about digitalization as an opportunity for cost and energy optimization. He has extensive expertise in the areas of automation, programmable logic controllers (PLC) and product management.


  • 13:30 - Reception
  • 13:45 - Welcome
  • 14:00 - Factory tour
  • 15:00 - Start and introduction
  • 15:15 - Speeches
  • 16:15 - Break
  • 16:25 - Panel discussion
  • 17:00 - Meet 'n' Grill & Networking


B.52 is not only the name of the format, but also that of our customer and innovation center in Hagen. We have been working there together since May 2022. Together with our partner USM and other well-known companies from the building automation sector, the office landscape of the future has been realized here: a smart building, flexible, transparent and full of ideas.

BURG Lüling GmbH & Co. KG
Volmarsteiner Str. 52, 58089 Hagen (Germany)


Please note that there are only a limited number of places available. Registration is possible up to and including October 18th 2024.

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