Coworking Europe 2014 conference (Lisbon, Nov 26) – Workshops and tours

Coworking Europe 2014 (Lisbon, Nov 25) – The unconference video

Eventifier of the Coworking Europe 2014 conference, in Lisbon

Coworking Europe 2014 conference (Lisbon, Nov 24-26) – Sum up video

The Coworking Europe 2014 keynote presentations

Deskmag Survey 2014 – CoworkingEU

Thank you to our Lisbon local food and drinks suppliers !

The Coworking Europe 2014 conference in Lisbon will be a great success, as well, thanks to the provision of the finest food from Portugal generously supplied by local food and beverages producers.

Here they are :

cortes de cima 1


cestos da aldeia

limiano cheese

Cortes de Cima,  Capinha d’Obidas, Cestos de Aldeia and Limiano Cheese.


Uber to offer 20€ off on first three rides during Coworking Europe 2014 in Lisbon

Promo Uber

The number of coworking spaces exceeds hundred in some cities

With time, coworking is growing as the global mega-trend ones expected it would once become.

In some cities, in 2014, the coworking population exceeds a hundred. And far from slowing down, the unfolding of the coworking landscape seems to be accelerating. In some metropoles, coworking is covering the whole urban map.

Have a look at some of those megapoles. We could have added many more examples.


London is getting closer to a 100 coworking spaces threshold according to CoworkingLondon. The figures are confirmed, in a way, by Gocowo, another Londonese coworking spaces directory.

Coworking London


According to La Fonderie-IDF, the organizing partner of the Coworking Europe conference in 2012, 66 coworking spaces are in operation, nowadays, in the French capital city. The digital agency of Paris-Ile de France is confident that Paris will soon be in a position to claim more than 100 operating coworking spaces.

Coworking Map Paris


One of the bedrock of Coworking in Europe, Berlin has seen coworking spaces blossoming everywhere in the city. Dozens are now open and running, confirms Projektzukunft Berlin.
Coworking Map Berlin


Spain being the number 1 coworking country in Europe, it’s no accident that Barcelona is nowadays the metropole with the highest coworking spaces density in the world. A big deal of the more than 100 spaces Barcelona has now pop on this map produced by Coworking Spain.
Coworking Map Barcelona


As for Barcelona, Madrid seems to be experiencing a coworking boom which should have, no doubt, an impact on the unfolding entrepreneurial and creative energy of the city (source of the map : Coworking Spain).
Coworking Map Madrid

New York City

Outside Europe, New York City is obviously another unmissable world coworking hotspot. According to WNYC, dozens of coworking spaces are in operation all across the megapole. Behind those walls, the future of the 21st century digital/sustainable/distributed economy is taking shape.
Coworking MAp NYC

The Coworking wave hits the planet everywhere : 10 astonishing examples

The Coworking wave hits the planet everywhere : 10 astonishing examples

Looking at the Global Coworking Map or any other regularly updated Coworking directory that are now available online, it’s becoming harder to find a coworking space-free area outside low human density territories like Amazonia, Sahara or Siberia.

Coworking is covering up more and more regions and cities all around the globe. Although Europe and North America are still ahead of the move, Asia, Africa or, mostly, Latin America, are experiencing what could become soon a boom of coworking spaces in their respective urban centers.

No more New York, Berlin, London or Madrid as the only coworking friendly cities on the planet. Time has come to add Reykjavik, Yangon, Yerevan, Addis Ababa or even Peshawar to the list.

With four new coworking spaces opening up, on average, every day somewhere on the planet, no surprise to see Armenia, Cameroon, Guatemala, Pakistan and more widely embracing the coworking move forward.

Coworking Globap Map

Some of these initiatives are supported by foreign outsiders (investor or NGO’s). Others are home grown.

For most of them, a coworking space is the bedrock on which a local breed of digital globally connected entrepreneurs can and will germinate, paving the way for the companies and skilled jobs of tomorrow. Many operate as local embassies of the shared economy on the local level, as regional platform to host standardized inspiring format such as TEDx, Startup Weekend and connect, by doing so, to the rest of the world.

Almost all of them want to support the development of an ecosystem of entrepreneurs and freelancers, likewise in Europe or in North America.

Here is a list of ten of those new Coworking destinations :

Reykjavik Coworking, Reykjavik, Iceland 

Reykjavik Coworking

Reykjavik Coworking












UtopianLab, Yerevan, Armenia 

Ice Addis, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 

Hub Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Hubud, Bali, Indonesia

Basecamp, Peshawar, Pakistan 

TEDxPeshawar – Amir Anzur from Webpreneur Academy on Vimeo.

ActivSpaces, Douala, Cameroon 

Project Hub Yangon, Yangon, Myanmar

Angkor Hub, Angkor, Cambodia

Angkor Hub

41 countries represented at Coworking Europe 2013

One sleep is separating us from the start of Coworking Europe Conference 2013, so far 301 people have registered from 41 countries, here is the list:

Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, La Réunion (France), Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, USA

Map of represented countries at Coworking Europe 2013

41 Countries represented at the Coworking Europe Conference 2013

See you there in a few hours,

Organising team, Coworking Europe Conference 2013