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Webinar: Indoor Environmental Control Post-COVID
July 8, 2020 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmfree to members
COVID-19 sent the masses back to the comfort of their homes to keep the daily grind going. As time goes on, eventually we’ll find ourselves back in cubicles, co-working spaces and offices just like the good old days. If you’re a building owner/developer, you must ask yourself: What can I do to keep any potential spread/contamination from happening right now? Indoor air quality is an issue that HAS to be tackled prior to workplace reopening. Join Ellie Amirnasr, CEO of qlair—a startup helping facility management professionals be more efficient in their building operations and indoor environmental control—as she discusses the keys to a safe and habitable workplace that lunch and learns & coffee breaks can get back to happening in.
Who Should Attend?
Office building owners & developers; Facility managers and business owners/executives. If you are involved in reopening process—don’t miss out.
About the Speaker:
“‘Think and Do’. Dr. Ellie Amirnasr was inspired by the mission of North Carolina State University and wanted to be part of the innovative community. With the goal of solving global problems, she graduated from NCSU with a PhD. in Fiber and Polymer science in 2012. She joined MANN+HUMMEL, the largest filtration company in the world, as innovation project manager to work on patented technologies and future products in the filtration industry. Close to the end of 2017, she joined the entrepreneurship program of MANN+HUMMEL and by January 2018, she co-founded qlair. As CEO of qlair, she is dedicated to helping facility management professionals be more efficient in their building operations and indoor environmental control. Over the span of two years, the qlair team has built a platform that offers comprehensive and unparalleled visibility into air quality and HVAC system data – providing management with real-time alerts on air quality, filter remaining life, fan capacity, and so much more.”Register Here: