06 Nov Will you meet us at Coworking Europe 2018?
You heard that right. It’s happening this November in Amsterdam.
If you haven’t heard of it already, Coworking Europe is the largest international event dedicated to the coworking industry, bringing close to 500 coworking stakeholders from around 45 countries around the world to the Netherlands this year, between 14-16th of November.
As the location of the event changes annually, This year Coworking Europe has partnered with Coworking Amsterdam Association, the Startup Amsterdam and B.Amsterdam Building to bring the event to Dutch territories this fall.
The location was chosen strategically, as Amsterdam is rapidly becoming one of Europe’s startup capitals, a city where individual freedom is respected and encouraged and coworking spaces are becoming “the place to be” for both entrepreneurs and freelancers. This year’s event is taking place at B Amsterdam, one of the biggest startup ecosystems in Europe.
Why should you be there?
500 coworking space operators, community managers, industry players, office developers, investors are expected to gather up and discuss hot topics related to coworking from three perspectives: business, trends and impact. The event aims to create the perfect environment to share best practices, connect and identify collaboration opportunities with fellow coworking enthusiasts.
Among the topics proposed for discussion, you’ll be able to learn about:
*How to make your coworking space a hotspot in your country/ region
*New best practices to increase membership and customer value
*How does the real estate market embraces the coworking revolution.
* When, how and if you should expand and what you should know about it
*How the change of the customer profile impacts your space and how you can keep up with the new trends
Who are the speakers?
The speakers were chosen strategically and you can meet both leaders and managers of big coworking space managers such as Spaces or WeWork, as well as disruptors and innovators that managed to put their coworking spaces on the map.
One of the most distinctive elements of this conference is that a lot of its focus is on “unconference sessions”. Their aim is to open subjects to debate & discussion, allowing everyone to learn as much as possible from each other.
The event will also provide working sessions as well as ample spare time spare time and after hour events so that you have plenty of time to network and fully enjoy the Coworking Europe experience.
Want to see how last year’s event went? Check out this video:
The Coworking Insight team is going to be there as well — We can’t wait to meet you!