The Major Coworking Events 2016
This article is continously updated, starting with the next event which will take place. Past events can be found at the bottom of this article.
It will be the 30th annual get-together of the GWA. The conference usually attracts many people from the traditional workspace industry, most of them are from small business centers. This has changed slightly over the past years by integrating more topics which focus on coworking spaces. Two new directors of the associaton are also founders of coworking spaces. And this year, the conference will also be produced by a former operator of a coworking space. It's a promosing mix which you can attend, as long as you don't get lost in the entertainment zoo of Las Vegas.
When? September 28 - October 1, 2016
Where? In Las Vegas at the Four Seasons Hotel
How much? US$ 1099 for GWA members, US$1299 for non-members
Bulgaria's first Coworking Unconference is organized by Coworking Camp, a company who usually hosts coworkations in holiday spots. And that's what you also can expect in Bulgaria. The unconference will take place in Bansko, surrounded by the Pirin mountains. For the same reason, the accomodation during this weekend is included! You can reach the temporary coworking resort by a public bus connection from Sofia's airport for around €5. A private airport shuttle (€20) is also available.
When? October 7 - 9, 2016
Where? In Bansko, 4 Toma Vishanov St.
How much? €15 (Early Bird), €25 (Standard) - including accomodation for two nights
When? First week of November
Where? In Singapore, tba
How much? tba
More details will be announced soon.
This event can certainly be called the longest running coworking get-together, which started in Brussels in 2010 and will return to Europe's capital this year. It's also the most popular event next to GCUC USA and GCUC China. Attended by the most international crowd, mainly but not only from Europe.
When? November 28 - 30, 2016
Where? In Brussels at BEL Brussels.
How much? Currently € 365 (valid by September 25, 2016)