Inaugural Ambius Twitter Chat Set For December 1st


Join Kenneth Freeman for a #Ambius TweetChat at:

BUFFALO GROVE, IL – November 8, 2010– Ambius, the premier global creator of ambience for businesses, announces their first global Twitter chat on December 1st 2010 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT/1 a.m. GMT featuring Kenneth Freeman, Head of Ambius University and International Technical Director in London, England. 

Join Ambius' conversation on Twitter using hashtag #ambius and get in on the discussion. Moderated by New York public relations and social media consultancy, Vorticom Inc., Kenneth Freeman will discuss the environmental benefits of plants as well as ground-breaking research from University of Exeter and Ambius that demonstrates that designing one’s own workspace improves health, happiness and productivity.

 "Our research demonstrated that employees who have control over the design and layout of their workspace are not only happier and healthier — they're also up to 32% more productive," says Kenneth Freeman, Technical Director at Ambius.

Studies by the University of Exeter's School of Psychology revealed the potential for remarkable improvements in workers' attitudes to their jobs by allowing them to personalize their offices. "The findings challenge the conventional approach taken by most companies, where managers often create a ‘lean’ working environment that reflects a standardized corporate identity," adds Freeman.

 "There is a growing body of research that demonstrates that access to a natural environment indoors may improve health and well-being, aid in the prevention of disease and help people recover from illness faster," adds Freeman.  "Environmental enhancements known as evidence-based design (EBD) feature a holistic review of a building’s physical space including the total sensory environment of sight, sound, touch and smell.  EBD is credited with having a healing impact on employees’ well-being, mood and safety."

Can't make the inaugural chat? Ambius will be archiving all chats so they are accessible 24/7/365.

Ambius Twitter Chat Log On Directions

For those new to Twitter, a hashtag (#) is an easy way to find and follow people who are tweeting about a certain topic, from plantscaping to wellness to event and more. To participate in the Ambius Twitter chat, visit Sign up for a free account with Twitter, if you do not have an account.  If you have a Twitter account, log into TweetChat with your Twitter user name and allow TweetChat access.  In the top white bar, type in #ambius, and click "go".  You will then be able to chat directly with Kenneth Freeman and the other participants in the #ambius Twitter chat room.


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