The Worldwide Jellyweek 2013 is starting next weekSitting in betahaus café, Anni Roolf, from Germany, and Brazilian Leila País de Miranda are passionately discussing the concepts of privilege and reward in the third world. They are not arguing; it’s simply a healthy exchange of ideas and perspectives, an example of open communication. Another young coworker from the US sitting at the end of the table pipes in, and he and Leila delve deeper into the conversation.
It’s the End of... the old world of work.What do you your New Years resolutions look like this year? Join the gym, loose weight, eat healthier, quit smoking, and... prepare for the end of the world? Instead, maybe you could prepare other people for a new world of coworking! For this, show other people why you like coworking in one picture. All pictures which are linked or sent to us, will be featured in an article ...that is, of course, if the world doesn't come to an end on December 21.
"Home Offices Increase Unproductivity & Coworking Spaces Belong To Past"Having an office at home can be comfortable. But according to the results of a recent study done by Regus, almost every second person cannot concentrate while working from home. Regus, the global chain of business centers, also comes with another novelty: coworking spaces are a thing of the "past"! Why this doesn’t matter and can be ignored... you will learn here.
Day One: Coworking Conference EuropeThe Bellevilloise in Paris' east buzzed with activity yesterday as 280 attendees came together for the third annual Coworking Europe Conference. Participants came from as far as the US and Australia, with over 30 nationalities represented. The programme on day one featured keynotes from a range of industries, and invited audience participation in the afternoon during panel discussions.
1st Results of the 3rd Global Coworking SurveyThe first results of the Global Coworking Survey 2012 show continued growth: average member size has increased, and a third of all spaces plan to expand to a new location. At the same time, the core values of community, collaboration and productivity remain strong amongst the users of coworking spaces. Not only that, but coworkers chose one unexpected word to best describe their coworking space: fun!
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