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Wednesday, Feb 28, 2024

WeWork – Navigating Workplace Needs

Los Angeles Business Journal Leaders WeWork Event Banner



The Los Angeles Business Journal, in partnership with WeWork, hosted a dynamic virtual event focused on navigating the specific workplace needs and trends within the media and entertainment industry.
Expert panelists were invited to discuss a range of post-pandemic related workplace issues that are affecting Los Angeles’ media and entertainment businesses as they develop their hybrid working models and adapt to new realities.


• Importance of workplace flexibility
• Dissection of workplace culture
• COVID parameters
• Common problem solving techniques



Lisa Buckley

Managing Director
VaynerMedia“VaynerMedia is an extremely people-first company. Because of this, we remain
committed to being flexible for our in-office community collaboration with our people
and our clients, as well as how we continue to work remotely. Our priority is to meet
our people where they’re at, wherever that may be.”

Peter Greenspan

Global Head of Real Estate
WeWork“There has never been a stronger moment for flexible office space. The past 18 months
have fundamentally shifted the idea of the office, demanding a completely new
approach to how businesses small and large think about their real estate footprint.
As companies continue to navigate the changing needs in office space,
WeWork continues to provide members flexibility at scale. Whether that’s
flexibility in time, space, or geography.”

Dimitry Krol

Associate – Entertainment Labor Group
Loeb & Loeb LLP“The entertainment industry has been at the forefront of navigating how employers
can safely return to work during the pandemic. It has instituted policies and procedures
which have proven successful and can be emulated by other businesses as they gauge
on how best to return to an in-person work environment.”

Blake Searles

Senior Managing Director
JLL Los Angeles“While companies across various industries contemplate the degree of return to office,
the entertainment industry has been a leader in safely and effectively repopulating
places of work due in large part to the highly specialized and collaborative nature of
their day to day business activities.”

Inside This Supplement

What Entertainment Companies Look for in a Workspace

When the COVID pandemic forced much of the world to stay at home, media consumption hit an all-time high. According to a 2020 study by Nielsen, time spent streaming content around the world increased by one billion hours from March to May of last year… Read More

An Influencer Turns to WeWork for Creativity Boosts

The ways we work have fundamentally changed. Virtual meetings and remote offices have become workplace norms. How are people maintaining work-life balance when there’s no separation between home and the office?… Read More

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