Coworking holiday contestThe holiday season is upon us. Beyond the glitz of lights on city blocks and scurrying around the shops in preparation for our various gift needs, we also get together to celebrate with our friends, families and coworkers. Deskmag wants to know what you or your space have done, to celebrate this holiday season. To get the ball rolling on this endeavour we have decided to bribe you all with a coworking coffee mug!
First results of Global Coworking SurveyToday Deskmag presented the preliminary results from the 2nd Global Coworking Survey at the Coworking Europe Conference. The study discovered a wealth of information about the benefits of coworking, including increased productivity and networks. Here’s a brief summary of the key facts.
Coworking Europe Conference startsBerlin has delivered a golden autumn week for the arriving participants of the 2nd Coworking Europe Conference, which begins in a matter of hours. Several hundred people from around Europe and the world are making their way to Cluboffice for the first of three packed days of information and interaction. Deskmag will be on stage soon to give some of the results from the 2nd Global Coworking Survey.
2nd Global Coworking Survey launchedThe biggest worldwide study of coworking is officially underway, seeking a better understanding of the demographics and economics behind the movement. Who are today’s coworkers? How are the relations amongst coworker? What values do really count? How do coworking spaces stay viable? These important questions will be answered through the second annual Global Coworking Survey. Visit the study at coworkingsurvey.com.
Why the Starbucks crackdown is good for coworkingIn July 2010 Starbucks started to offer free WiFi to everyone in its U.S. stores. A year later, the coffee shop company changed a part of this strategy again, and stores in New York City purposefully began to prevent mobile workers from accessing electrical outlets.
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