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Embracing the Hybrid Evolution: Coworking London Conference 2024

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The Coworking London Conference organized by eOffice returns this June, poised to unveil the next chapter in the evolution of hybrid working within the flexible workspace sector. Taking place on June 20-21, this year’s conference will be held at two prestigious venues: Fora, Chancery House, and Knotel at Old Sessions House.

With the overarching theme of “The Hybrid Evolution,” the Coworking London Conference 2024 will delve deep into the ways hybrid working continues to shape the flex sector, exploring the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.

About the Coworking London Conference

Bringing together a constellation of global workplace specialists, operators, landlords, facility managers, architects, interior designers, and tech innovators, the Coworking London Conference is the foremost gathering for those shaping the future of flex.

A view of the Coworking London Conference.

With a focus on collaboration, innovation, and thought leadership, the Coworking London Conference is a premier event uniting global leaders, influencers, and innovators in the flexible workspace industry.

Day 1 : Dynamic Program Unveiled

Day 1 of the conference kicks off at Fora, Chancery House, from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM, with a lineup of four insightful sessions. Attendees will delve into the latest trends and developments in coworking, with a special focus on the hybrid model.

Notable sessions include “Flex Space: Market Overview” to explore 2024 trends, featuring expert insights from James Rankin & Sarah Colwell of The Instant Group and Executive Director of the Flexible Space Association Jane Sartin, “Hybrid Evolution” with perspectives from Leesman’s Deputy CEO Allison English, Director of Workthere by Savills Helena Hughes and Knotel’s VP/GM Catherine Le Druillenec, and “Flex & Hospitality: Blurring the lines,” with industry leaders and disruptors from Uncommon, Arc, and Brave Hospitality.

The afternoon continues with an enriching program and networking drinks at Knotel, Old Sessions House, from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM, featuring sessions exploring the role of AI in the modern workplace and strategies for fostering sustainable impact within coworking communities. Speakers include representatives from RICS, Verv, Work.Life, Projects, and eOffice.

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Day 2: Workplace Tours

Day 2 offers attendees the unique opportunity to explore some of London’s best coworking spaces through two engaging workplace tours: Mid-Town and Central tours, including visits to Uncommon, Spacemade, Kindred, and Myo.

A view of the Coworking London Conference.


About eOffice

Established in 2002, eOffice was at the forefront of the flexible workspace revolution, offering bespoke solutions to cater to the ever-evolving requirements of modern SMEs. Today, eOffice operates across a portfolio of prime central London locations in Mayfair, Fitzrovia, Soho and Holborn.

With an extensive global network of coworking and flexible spaces, eOffice equips businesses with the tools they need to thrive in these dynamic times. Recognized for its commitment to sustainability and social responsibility, eOffice achieved BCorp certification in 2021. In alignment with its dedication to environmental stewardship, eOffice has partnered with Greenly on its mission to achieve Net Zero status.


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