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Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes

Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes

Architect, author, international speaker, founder and CEO of AKKA Architects, Stephanie Akkaoui Hughes has accumulated over a decade of experience in organisational cultures and transformations, making her a Workplace Interactions Expert.

CEO AKKA Architects
Workplace Expert

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The New Workplace And The Future Of Work

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About this Speaker

Architect, author, international speaker, founder and CEO of AKKA Architects, Stephanie is part of a new breed of young visionary leaders. A strong advocate of value created through cross-disciplinary interactions, she believes that the most sustainable innovation will happen at the intersection of different fields. Stephanie’s speaking is driven by her vision of Architecting Interaction. Based on Stephanie’s belief that interactions are the seeds of innovation. Besides leading architectural projects, Stephanie has been a consultant to a large number of wide audiences including social entrepreneurs, corporations & governmental bodies to help them adopt the vision of Architecting Interaction and implement it in their own specific situation. Using the vision of Architecting Interaction as an aspirational and operational framework, these consultancy programs explore how to translate the “AKKA process” into actionable steps for any challenge, faced by individuals, businesses, communities or institutions. Recent clients include DHL, Guardian Glass, Saint Gobain, the European Commission, a large banking corporation in Europe & a number of Dutch ministries. In addition, Stephanie serves on the advisory & executive boards of a number of business & creative organizations, including the Stimuleringsfunds Creative Industry in the Netherlands and Ebbf the international business forum.

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