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We are thrilled to announce our new webinar series imagining the office of the future through conversations with industry experts and generations of leaders at Studio Eagle.

To kick off the first instillment of our new webinar series, please join us this Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 11 AM EST for our event, A Phased Approach: Returning to the Workplace in the Age of COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrust teams across the world into the daunting challenge of when and how to return to the workplace. Join our live panel of financial, human resource, legal, and real estate industry experts as they share perspectives on how the coronavirus is reframing how we think about our office portfolio strategy, maintaining company culture, and supporting a safer, healthier, and more cost effective space to continue to do our best work.

Studio Eagle is thrilled to kick off our webinar series, highlighting the voices of industry professionals, and our own talented staff. We are passionate about sharing thoughts and ideas related to the future of the workplace, and feel this is an excellent way to reach an audience that’ll find these conversations insightful.

Mark Druckenmiller, Business Development Director

event registration

To register for this Thursday’s event at 11 AM EST, A Phased Approach: Returning to the Workplace in the Age of COVID-19, please visit our Eventbrite link here to save your seat!


Ben Brenner, Executive Director, Cushman & Wakefield

Ben Brenner is an Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield where he leads a team that develop strategies for the real estate obligations of major corporations. His clients range from a single office business to representing the real estate portfolio of a 2,600 location global firm. As of 2020, he has negotiated 555 real estate transactions throughout North America, EMEA and Asia, which represent a collective value of over $1.1 billion.

Ed Guttenplan, Managing Shareholder, WilkinGuttenplan

Ed Guttenplan co-founded WilkinGuttenplan in 1983 and is the managing shareholder of the firm. He is responsible for managing the strategy, personnel, and financial aspects of the practice. The firm has achieved recognition as an NJBiz Best Place to Work and Accounting Today Magazine’s Best Accounting Firm to Work for, having achieved #1 rankings twice in both programs. In addition to his administrative duties, Ed provides a wide array of accounting, tax and business advisory services to closely held and family owned businesses in the construction, food service, manufacturing, technology, legal, engineering, as well as nonprofit organizations and condo and homeowner associations. Ed is also a Past President of the NJCPA. In addition to his responsibilities at the Firm, Ed is very active in and committed to community service.

Adam Haberfield, Shareholder, Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel, P.A.

Adam Haberfield is a shareholder at Orloff, Lowenbach, Stifelman & Siegel, P.A., a full service law firm based in Morristown, New Jersey. Adam is primarily a transactional lawyer, and focuses his practice on advising entrepreneurs and emerging growth businesses on all aspects of corporate activity, including mergers and acquisitions, buy/sell arrangements for closely held businesses, and the creation of joint ventures. He also handles a variety of sophisticated commercial real estate matters, including purchases/sales of commercial and multiple dwelling properties, joint venture arrangements for development of real estate and construction financing.

Debra Paxton, Director of Finance and Human Resources, Filippo Berio USA, Ltd.

Debra Paxton, an MBA graduate of Dominican College is the Director of Finance and Human Resources for Filippo Berio USA, Ltd. Debra’s current position enables her to create and maintain a cohesive ever-changing workplace. The responsibilities in her position include establishing and working towards the company’s long-term goals while maintaining short-term goals and meeting the employee’s needs. To achieve that, she is in communication with all levels of personnel both local and abroad.