2020 Top Coworking Industry EventsSão Paulo, Bali, Seattle, Erfurt, Basel, London or Vienna... those were the locations where the next large coworking gatherings would have taken place before the Corona virus changed almost everything. This article is contiously updated including postponed conferences, starting with the next event. Cancelled and past events can be found at the article's end.
The 2019 Top Coworking EventsNot sure what coworking industry events you like to attend in 2019? Get inspired by success stories or learn from failures in Goa. Discover the latest market trends in Denver. Study how coworking spaces are financed and become sustainable in Gdansk or Alicante. Or meet new coworking enthusiasts in Belgrade. All of those events offer a great opportunity to network and many ways to gain your knowledge. Here's a pick of the upcoming industry gatherings.
The Top Coworking Events in 2018Have you already planned your vacations for this year? Combine some of them with exciting coworking events, extend your trip and turn them into a coworkation! The coworking gatherings are as diverse as the cities where they take place. However, there are two things all those events have in common. They are designed to help people succeed in the coworking business and offer an entertaining way to connect with coworking space experts. Here is a brief summary of the events scheduled so far this year.
The Major Coworking Events 2017Conferences, meet-ups or bar-camps... in the end it's less about the format and more about the people you meet. Gatherings of the industry are a terrific way to connect with coworking veterans as well as with newbies. This year, they will flock to Chiang Mai, New York City or Sevilla, just to name a few locations of the upcoming events which will take place in Spring. Here's a brief overview.
Freelancers are cocreating the future of workThe recent years have been a big change for freelance professionals all across Europe. The combination of the financial crisis and advancements in technology has made it easier than ever for professionals to work remotely. In early 2015, independent professionals totalled 9,562,800 in the EU-28, making up 29% of all self-employed people, and 4% of the entire EU-28 workforce, according to the IPSE.
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