Delivered as a self-guided experience, RAD is bringing together a curated group of businesses, and the designers behind them, to show how workspace design sustains company culture over the long-term.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 15, 2017
RAD Office Tour, the first office design tour showcasing incredible and diverse company cultures, is launching its inaugural tour on November 4th. Delivered as a self-guided experience, RAD is bringing together a curated group of businesses, and the designers behind them, to show how workspace design sustains company culture over the long-term. Early-bird general admission and VIP tickets are on sale now through November 3rd. Tickets are available for purchase here.
RAD Office Tour is proud to reveal the first of its featured tour lineup including Bumble, Atlassian and argodesign. With a deliberate culture and workspace approach, companies featured on the tour support important topics like wellness, teamwork, retention, recruitment and creativity. Tour attendees range from CEOs and executives in charge of people and operations; to architecture, interior design and real estate professionals; to the general public interested in experiencing thoughtfully-designed workspaces firsthand.
“Austin’s businesses are changing the relationship between company culture and workplace design,” said Co-Founder and Executive Director, Royal Frasier. “With RAD, we’re excited to offer Austin the opportunity to see workspaces that have never been open to the public before and intend to spark meaningful conversations about workspace design, operation, and culture from the very best in their field.”
Committed to helping drive better economic outcomes and opportunities for Austin’s creative class, the RAD Office Tour was founded to explore how innovative and inspiring workplace environments in all industries drive effective and sustainable corporate cultures over the long-term. The 2017 tour will feature organizations across technology, entertainment, government, manufacturing, fashion, professional services and more.
The 2017 RAD Office Tour is presented by headline sponsor, Cushman & Wakefield. RAD is supported by founding partners including the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas and Culturati Summit. Each of these organizations support RAD’s mission to reimagine today’s workplace.
Early-bird general admission and VIP tickets for the RAD Office Tour are on sale now. Tickets are available for purchase here. Early-bird general admission tickets are $45 and VIP tickets are $125. In addition to tour access, VIP ticket holders receive a complimentary invite to the RAD Opening Party on November 3rd and entry to special VIP-only tour stops. Time and location of the RAD Opening Party to be announced soon.
Attendees will receive information on pick-up locations for general admission wristbands and VIP lanyards at designated locations around Austin two weeks prior to the tour. Select tour stops will provide small bites, drinks and guides to answer questions about unique design and culture elements. For more information, visit http://www.radofficetour.com.
About RAD Office Tour:
RAD Office Tour is an office tour showcasing incredible and diverse corporate cultures in Austin, Texas. The workspaces we feature have a strong point of view about what makes teams most effective. RAD is about thoughtfully designing and building around people. It is a must-attend for CEOs running fast-growing companies, executives in charge of people or operations, and anyone in the business of space. Our goal is to highlight the remarkable businesses who consider their workspace a long-term competitive advantage, and celebrate the architects and designers who practice the state of this art.
Join us November 4th to experience how Austin’s best companies work, from the inside out. The 2017 RAD Office Tour is presented by headline sponsor, Cushman & Wakefield, and in collaboration with founding partners, the Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas and Culturati Summit. For more information visit http://www.radofficetour.com and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.