Taking coworking to the next levelWhat innovative forces can coworking bring to the economy? Why don’t business centers and coworking spaces belong in the same category? And why should any of this interest the average coworker who just wants to connect to a community? The second Coworking Europe conference, to be held this November in Berlin, will provide plenty of time and space for exploring these questions and more.
The coworking event season startsAfter the summer holidays are over, freelancers return to their coworking spaces with fresh ideas and new projects. Conveniently, there are also a number of events that provide an opportunity to test out new ideas, make new connections, and learn more about coworking.
How to make your workday like a holidayWork and leisure are not best friends. And yet they increasingly intermingle. In new self-determined modes of work, people can craft their own individual schedule. However, many freelancers don't want to work in their leisure time. Rather, they'd like their working hours to be more like their leisure hours.
Creativity right Next doorCompanies should start cycling their employees through coworking spaces in order to increase their contacts and boost their creativity. That’s the suggestion from Peter Bihr, a digital consultant who is curating the social media track at next week’s Next conference in Berlin. Bihr hopes coworkers will attend Next to inform the influential audience about the benefits of collaborative workspaces.
How can coworkers use data?Coworking spaces are full of entrepreneurs and start-ups, most of them involved in web technology. Which is why they should be interested in NEXT, the tech industry meet-up taking place in Berlin in a month. The main theme of the conference is “Data Love". How can coworkers make use of data? Can coworking spaces themselves improve their operation by better use of their own data?
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