Here are all the slides we received from our speakers’ presentations this year in Amsterdam, sorted by days.

Day 1, Plenary session

Marjan Blumberg: Let’s build business together

 

Thom Wernke: The Amsterdam Coworking and Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

(Click on the image below to watch the presentation on Prezi)

William Stockman: Coworking Places to Innovation Districts: Urban Economics and Coworking (City of Amsterdam)

 

Carsten Foertsch: Deskmag’s 2018 Global Coworking Survey, Coworking in Europe

 

Sven Bertens: How is Coworking’s Flexibility Impacting The Traditional Broker?

Day 1, breakout sessions

Gitte Andersen: Add value to corporations – It’s all about connecting outcome with curated experience to ensure innovation!

 

Gargi Shah: Everything is awesome but nobody is happy. How to solve the situation?

 

Philip Vanhoutte & Aron Wuarbanaran: How can Coworking become part of any corporation workplace options’ portfolio?

Day 2, breakout sessions

Hans Dijkstra: How PropTech and coworking operators can together disrupt the commercial Real Estate market?

 

Martin de Bie: Potentials of the Blockchain Technology in Coworking Spaces

 

And all the PropTech start-ups pitches from that session:

Office App:

 

Healthy Workers:

 

OpenR:

 

Octo:

 

HeyDay:

 

Rafa de Ramon Burgos: How an Innovation coworking company and a multinational property owner can hack the work of the future – The Utopicus and Colonial story

 

John Williams & James Rankin: What is the driving change in agile office solutions, and how is the market reacting? Impact of changing customer profiles and Occupier & amenity provisions of the future.

Day 3, breakout sessions

Maor Cohen: Israël coworking market: from 40 to 200 spaces in 2 years time – What kind of positioning strategy can one put in place in an over-competitive environment?