The Coworking Europe conference is produced by SocialWorkplaces.com. It was first launched in Brussels, Belgium, in 2010. Since then, more than 3.500 people attended the conference making it the largest community of coworking and flexible office operators, real estate brokers and developers, consultants, architects, designers, technology and service providers and stakeholders worldwide. Coworking Europe has been in several great European cities such as Warsaw, Amsterdam, Dublin, Brussels, Berlin, Barcelona, Milan… For our 11th edition we are heading to Vienna and Bratislava for the first time.
Coworking Europe 2020 conference will address the multi-dimensional nature of coworking; a booming industry and a strengthening cultural movement re-modelling the very notion of what workplace is and what it should deliver in terms of human interaction in the 21st century. Coworking Europe aims to facilitate the transition from the traditional workplace model towards a sustainable, human focused WaaS (Workspace as a Service) model.
The conference is a unique networking event for all the coworking communities operating across Europe and beyond. The best coworking world experts and practitioners will share their thoughts, insights and ideas during the 3-day event.
The program and the speaker’s lineup for our next edition can be found here in our website. Slides and content from the past years can be found on Socialworkplaces.com.
At Socialworkplaces.com we believe that coworking is in the centre of a variety of social trends and technological developments such as digitalisation, urbanisation & sustainability. We want to help understand and embrace those shifts in order to develop new business opportunities and shape the social and work environment of the future. We envision this future with happier people, better city management, ecosystem driven and peer to peer learning. We are therefore committed to offer the best content and room for discussion to our audience.
Socialworkplaces.com was launched in 2015 as the umbrella company supervising the production of the Coworking Europe conference.
Incorporated in Brussels, SocialWorkplaces.com provides with content and services supporting the transformation of the traditional office market to a fluid, hospitality and flexibility based workplace model. According to different forecasts, by 2030, coworking and flexible workplaces could represent more than 25% of the overall office market, from 1% to 3% nowadays.
SocialWorkplaces.com is mainly active in Europe. However, on top of the Coworking Europe conference, the company organised coworking related events in India and Africa.
Coworking paves the way for tectonic changes in our modern economies.
The concept and values of coworking are shaping the patterns of change in areas as broad as:
- Mobility management
- Transformation of the office furniture market
- Entrepreneurship development
- Evaluation of the demand in public transportation
- Innovation in the corporate sector
- Development of digital and mobile technologies
- Human resources management
- Evolution of the office space design and facility management
- Revival of urban areas
- Development of rural areas
- Development of new ecosystems of innovation
- And countless other impacts