Your way through Coworking EuropeThe Coworking Europe Conference begins in a few days. Three hundred participants will fly, bus and drive in from all over the world to meet at the third edition of the European conference, held this year in Paris. More than 50 panels, workshops, barcamp sessions and parties are planned over the three days, from the 8-10th of November. For those attending, here are some preparation tips for the event; for those who are not able to attend, some ways to interact from afar.
Social Media Week Berlin: Still going off with a bangDay two into Social Media Week Berlin - one of 13 simultaneous events around the world - and it’s still off with a bang, with huge attendance at all three venues throughout each day. The week-long event kicked off with a networking breakfast at Naherholung Sternchen hosted by Artconnect Berlin, and was the perfect way to launch what has already been an open and collaborative event.
Summer Coworking EventsThere are a lot of events going on this summer for coworking spaces and their members alike. Beat the slow period by attending events and expanding your networks. Here are a few events that are taking place this summer in cities around the world: get in to the summer swing, get expansive, meet people and share your knowledge.
$350 Million for a 'Coworking World Capital'While many space operators and their members are whiling their days away in the sun, the organizers of Coworking Europe are already working on the third edition of the Coworking Conference, to take place on the 8th to 10th of November in Paris. It is the first conference that will be used as a tool for urban development, as well as explaining how, with 350 million dollars, a “Coworking World Capital” could be created in a city center. For the coworking community, early bird tickets will again be available up until the 31st of July.
Jellyweek Summer WorkcampLast January, thousands of participants took part in activities in all corners of the globe during Worldwide Jelly Week. It saw the creation of networks within spaces, across cities and between regions and countries, which sprang from the open nature of the event and the hours of coordination that went into making it possible. This year, bigger things are planned.
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