Coworking Europe 2019 to take place on November 13-14-15 in Warsaw, Poland

The 2019’s edition aims to address openly all topics related to coworking, from three perspectives: business, trends, and impact.

The conference is an outstanding opportunity to share best practices, connect and, why not, build up and collaborate on new exciting projects.

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Program

Coworking Tour (Nov 12 - 15)

  • 9.30 to 17.00 Self-guided Warsaw Coworking Tour

    As every year, delegates will have the opportunity to take part in a self-guided tour of the city’s coworking spaces.

    Between 10 and 15 coworking spaces in Warsaw have agreed to open the door to the Coworking Europe attendees. Each of them informed us about the time slot they made available in their agenda to tour participants into their spaces.

    The self-guided tour will already start on November 12th, for those who arrive early in Warsaw.

    The tour map is still a work in progress.

Day 1 (Nov 13)

  • 8.45 Registration
  • 9.30 Welcome speech

    Introduction to the conference.

    Jean-Yves Huwart, CEO & Founder of Coworking Europe

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General

  • 09.35 Introduction by Warsaw Deputy Mayor

    Michal Olszewski (City of Warsaw Deputy Mayor)

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 9.45 Introduction to the Warsaw Coworking Ecosystem

    An introduction to the booming Warsaw and Polish coworking ecosystem and its growing players

    Kasja Wojnar (Brain Embassy), Konrad Szaruga (CBRE), Natalia Kuliberda (Coolbird), Marta Moksa (O4)

    • Format – Panel / Keynote
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 10.05 Global Coworking Survey 2019 - Last insights

    Latest data and figures on the rise of the global Coworking industry.

    Carsten Foertsch, Deskmag

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 10.20 Country, cities, regional patterns - The caracteristics of the coworking growth in Europe according to the local realities and environment in Europe

    James Rankin (Instant Group)

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 10.35 The Uncalculated Value of Flex Office Space - What clients really need to know when they begin their office space search

    Thomas Schulz, AOC

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 10.50 What do Coworking spaces modern tenants look for ? - A view from the members

    Conversation between users of coworking spaces – Their expectations, needs, visions and experience of coworking.

    Ula Wrobel (Jobforseek), Anna Podkowińska-Tretyn (Supermercato24), Alicja Kulawik (GogoApps), Magdalena Bytniewska (Kincentric)

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Big picture

  • 11.15 Maria 01 Helsinki - A look at the soon to be biggest startup campus to operate in Europe

    Ville Simola (Maria01)

    • Format – Keynote
    • Audience – General
    • Track – Big picture

  • 11.25 Warm up session and practical messages

    Reminders, things to take into account, updates, etc.

  • 11.35 Coffee Break
  • 12.10 - 13.00 Coworking spaces fully run from the cloud - Advantages, challenges, what will be the limits?

    More and more online tools are available to operate a coworking space, up to AI. How far does it improve the quality of the service? The experience of tenants? What about the interoperability? What is the status to data? Can we get lost within all the growing features? What to expect next in terms of automation? Will tomorrows coworking spaces to be operated remotely? A lot of questions and challenges will be discussed with the worlds best coworking tool providers.

    Xabier Apellániz (Salto KS), Momchil Andreev (Office RnD), James Shannon (Essenys), Christoph Hammer (Ezeep), Kitty Bons (ZapFloor), moderated by Jean-Yves Huwart

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.10 - 13.00 Growing to various locations. Lessons learned

    “Lessons learned from growing our individual coworking space into a coworking chain with three locations and more coming”.

    Thom Wernke, StartDock (Amsterdam)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – Senior players in the coworking industry & General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.10 - 13.00 Learnings from operating a women only coworking

    Gender equality is one of the biggest challenges of our time. Can coworking communities help create a women friendlier environment and balancing our society? The experience of CoWomen in Berlin illustrates that it can. Hannah, Sara and Kate will share insights, learnings and best practices.

    Hannah Dahl, Sara-Marie Wiesmann, Kat Brendel (CoWomen)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Target – General audience
    • Track – Impact

  • 12.10 - 13.00 How to make coworking part of global mobility packages?

    Talk about how to interlink public transportation with appropriate and on-demand workspaces.

    Bastian Boss, Deutsche Bahn (Berlin)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audience – General audience + People aiming at having an impact through coworking
    • Track – Trends

  • 13.00 - 14.15 Lunch Break
  • 14.15 - 15.05 Making coworking a friendly environment for small and large corporations: dealing with space size, companies cultural differences and social match making

    Panel – Coworking started as a model for individual freelancers. Tenants’ profiles are way more diverse nowadays. Any size, any industry, any culture. Coworking bring flexibility and hospitality to bigger and bigger companies. How to address the needs of bigger customers? How to fulfill the needs of bigger teams? What are the questions to ask when dealing with space allocation? Can a too big company create unbalances with the space? How to mingle different company cultures or make sure they can live alongside one another? To what extend are corporations more demanding? Those topics and some others will be covered during the panel discussion.

    Agnieszka Lekszycka (WeWork), Franz Palleres (Aticco), Inga Hilgenberg (Unicorn), Maciej Krol (Business Link), moderated by Natalia Kuliberda (Coolbird)

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 14.15 - 15.05 How to build up a great community feeling and sense of belonging within a coworking space hosting different profiles

    Brain Embassy experience has a great experience with building a warm community feeling and sense of belonging. The different profiles hosted in their space is not an issue. The session will propose some approaches based on co-creation and participation.

    Kasia Wojnar, Brain Embassy (Warsaw)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – Senior players in the coworking industry
    • Track – Operations / Business

     

     

  • 14.15 - 15.05 How to deal with real estate agents to grow your coworking business intensively and extensively

    Big or small spaces, how to partner up with real estate agents to fill in your space?

    Adam Lis (JLL)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General
    • Track – Operations / Business

  • 14.15 - 15.05 Reducing the carbon footprint of coworking spaces and of the community through Car sharing and other solutions

    Fiona Frank works at Green Elephant Cooperative, which runs Halton Mill, a low carbon coworking and event space. Halton Mill’s power comes from a community funded hydro electric plant in the river five minutes away, and is heated by locally sourced woodchip through a district heating system. Each of our individual tenants is metered separately for heat and electricity. But we still have a lot of work to do on our travel plan – we’re trying to get people to share journeys – and on our waste production. Coworking is great for the climate crisis, with people coming together rather than heating 50 individual homes each day if they were working at home. Come and share your achievements and let’s work together on improving our carbon output.

    Fiona Frank (Green Elephant Cooperative)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General Audience
    • Track – Impact

  • 15.10 - 16.00 Why does it make sense, for property owners, to develop coworking offerings within office buildings?

    Peter Ceresnik (HB Reavis), Jaroslaw Bator (Skanska), Nir Kelner (Adgar), moderated by Konrad Szaruga (CBRE)

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 15.10 - 16.00 How to manage buildings and facilities, and what to manage, at the age of flexible workspace environments ? (ISS's vision)

    Gitte Andersen, Signal/ISS

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audience –  General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 15.10 - 16.00 The role coworking can play to boost local innovation dynamics and international networking

    How can coworking have a direct impact in creating thousands of jobs and a healthier economy? What effect does proximity have on effective collaboration? Join Melissa Ablett, Strategic Director of CIC International, for an interactive workshop in which Melissa will discuss research related to these questions, but also share the strategy and processes with which CIC (the Cambridge Innovation Center) and its sister non-profit organization, Venture Cafe, are building effective international networks in a global innovation community.

    Melissa Ablet (Cambridge Innovation Center)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Impact

  • 15.10 - 16.00 Is it possible to create a sustainable coworking business in rural areas?

    “Coworking in suburb and in the countryside is not like Coworking in big Metro Cities. Workers profiles, population density, mobility options, are different. How to build up a value proposition for coworking in rural areas taking those differences into account? Germany as starting point, supported by the academic research. Extrapolation to Europe. Share experiences. Belgium, France, Italy, etc. comparison and what could be the solutions.”

    Simon Werther, Stuttgart Media University (Stuttgart)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – Senior players in the coworking industry & General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 16.00 - 16.30 Coffee Break
  • 16.30 - 17.20 Coworking and Sales - What process, strategy and tools to put in place to increase membership, occupation rate and conversion?

    What do coworking tenants and members expect from a coworking space, nowadays? How to deal with different profiles? What are the sales channels to put in place? How to coordinate it with the marketing efforts? What is the cost/sale maximum in percentage of revenue coworking shouldn’t go beyond? What is the right mix between online and offline sales? Those key questions will be addressed during the panel.

    Nicolas T’kint (Rialto), John Williams (Instant Group), Mikolaj Niemczycki (Cushman & Wakefield), Jakob Dalhoff (MatchOffice), Sabine Larrieu-Hellestad (Blender Collective), moderated by Christine Andrews (Deco Group)

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 16.30 - 17.20 ``The distributed-in-coworking workforce model fixing the employee commuting hell - How to come over the companies resistance``

    Interactive Workshop – Workero works with companies in Belgium proposing them to use it’s network of coworking spaces implemented within third parties building. What are the conversations like and what are the key elements to discuss with employer to remove their fears of letting employees “satellite work” in coworking spaces distributed around the country?

    Dirk Paelinck (Workero)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – Senior audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 16.30 - 17.20 Elevate Coworking Experiences with Sounds, Scents and Sights of Nature

    Actionable ideas to boost well-being, productivity and creativity.

    Philip Van Houtte (Ozadi)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audicence – General
    • Track – Trends

  • 16.30 - 17.20 Coworking and now coliving? - The rise of the co's-economy and how operators can now address it

    Eduard Schaepman, Tribes (TBC)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 16.30 - 17.20 General Assembly European Business Centres Workplaces Association (EWA)
  • 17.30 - 20.00 Coworking Tour / Free time

    Coworking Tour / Free time

  • 20.00 - 23.00 Coworking Europe Opening Night at Solutions.Rent

    Solutions.Rent welcomes you to their great space in the heart of Warsaw with a welcome drink and snack.

    The Instant Group and essensys are inviting all attendees for drinks during a long happy hour to enjoy the evening.

Day 2 (Nov 14)

  • 9.10 - 9.40 Unconference briefing

    Julianne Becker (Coconat)

    Plenary room – Level 4

  • 09.50 - 10:40 Are hospitality, conviviality and community the same thing? - A coworking perspective

    Community has been at the core of the coworking value proposition and narrative for almost a decade. With time, though, we see that there are different ways to define what a coworking community is. Stimulating personal contacts, providing introductions, caring, sustaining a good vibe within the space… those are elements also associated with hospitality. Is hospitality the true value proposition of coworking? Or does community go deeper? Are both only two faces of the same coin? Interesting debate between coworking players.

    Stéphane Bensimon (Wojo), Piotr Boulange (WeWork), Piotr Grabowski (HubHub), Vandita Purohit (The Daftar), Stéphanie Brisson (TechSpace), moderated by Liz Elam (GCUC)

    • Format – Panel
    • Target – Senior players
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 9.50 - 10.40 Key parameters to consider before launching a space, from community building to profitability target (Session 1)

    Conversation dedicated to beginners who are still in the phase of considering to open a coworking space or not. What are the main points to pay attention to. What are the experienced mistakes and what can be avoided. A similar session will take place on Day 3 as well.

    Vanessa Sans (HWL Partner)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audience – Newcomers in the coworking industry
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 9.50 - 10.40 Status Quo of Rural Coworking - Special all day long World Café on Coworking in small towns and in the countryside

    Which Coworking concepts do we need in rural areas? This session focuses on best practices of local and government funded partnerships, funding strategies in general and the challenges you might be facing in your rural coworking space. Together we will collect these in an interactive workshop format as a base for the following sessions.

    Co-Facilitation – Johanna Voll, Christian Cordes, Tobias Kremkau

    • Format – Co-construction workshop
    • Audience – Newcomers in the coworking industry
    • Track – Trends

  • 9.50- 10.40 Unconference - Sessions n°1

    Agenda co-created by the audience
    Interactive conversations in the different allocated rooms.

  • 10.45- 11.35 Can the right branding make 50% or more of coworking success?

    Uri Bar-Joseph (Mindspace), Inga Hilgenberg (Unicorn), Bartosz Chmiel (HubHub) TBC, Konrad Szaruga (CBRE), moderated by Christine Andrews (Deco Group)

    • Format – Panel
    • Target – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 10.45- 11.35 How can coworking operator structure a real estate purchase

    This workshop will explore the risks and benefits of building ownership for coworking operators, and also the risks and benefits for landlords in operating a coworking space. We will walk through sample structures a coworking operator can use to purchase a building, how to analyze a potential purchase, and pitfalls to avoid when jumping into building ownership. We will also discuss alternative structures to ownership or leasing, such as a joint venture between a building owner and coworking operator, and a fee-for-service management agreement

    Josh Fine (Focus Property Group)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Target – Senior & General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 10.45- 11.35 What are key points to success for rural coworking spaces? - Special all day long World Café on Coworking in small towns and in the countryside

    The conversation will focus on the following questions: What are the basic needs to open a rural space in terms of infrastructure and mobility? How do we attract (more) people (target group)? Which value proposition is effective? What are good formats that work well? The interactive workshop is aimed at operators of rural coworking spaces.

    Co-Facilitation – Johanna Voll, Christian Cordes, Tobias Kremkau

    • Format – Co-construction workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 10.45 - 11.35 Unconference - Sessions n°2

    Agenda co-created by the audience
    Interactive conversations in the different allocated rooms.

  • 11.35 - 12.10 Coffee Break
  • 12.10 - 13.00 How coworking increases real estate and property value?

    This panel will address key questions regarding the impact coworking can have on building valuation, from the perspective of landlords. The panel will address fields such as : does coworking increase or decrease value? What is the optimal percentage take-up of space by an operator in a building – can a building entirely operated by a coworking operator (sole tenant) be a feasible investment product? Does having coworking in the building help to market traditional space to tenants as they grow or is it starting to compete for the same clients and their requirements?

    About deal structure, will straight long term leases with market level rents continue to be the dominant business model of operators on the space acquisition side or are we heading toward revenue/profit sharing, management fee structures and franchising models with landlords? Should landlords, funds and banks look at the type of end customer (i.e. user / member) of coworking operators? Is it important for evaluating the operator’s capability to pay rent?”

    Nicklas Lindberg (Echo Investment), Marcin Juszczyk (Capital Park), moderated by Mikolaj Niemczycki (Cushman & Wakefield)

    • Format – Panel
    • Target – Senior & General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.10 - 13.00 What is the succesful strategy an independent coworking operator can have to level the playing field with the big international players?

    Barcelona based Aticco grew from 1.000m2 to 25.000m2 (6 buildings), within 30 months, despite facing a fierce competition from some of the biggest coworking brands operating in the world. Today, Aticco continues its expansion, without VC money. Hear about the vision and the key success factors.

    Franz Palleres (Aticco)

    • Format – Interactive Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.10 - 13.00 Funding and Sustainability of rural coworking - Special all day long World Café on Coworking in small towns and in the countryside

    The goal of this workshop is to discuss funding opportunities and sustainable concepts for the long term existence of a rural coworking space (after the initial funding phase). What are funding criteria and what does “rural” actually mean? How can we develop sustainable concepts that are self-sufficient?

    Co-Facilitation – Johanna Voll, Christian Cordes, Tobias Kremkau

    • Format – Co-construction workshop
    • Audience – Senior players in the coworking industry and General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.10 - 13.00 Unconference - Sessions n°3

    Agenda co-created by the audience.
    Interactive conversation in the different allocated rooms.

  • 13.00 - 14.15 Lunch
  • 14.15 - 15.05 My city is no Startup Hotspot - How different has my Coworking value proposition to be?

    Wolf-Nicolas Henkels (Codeks), Claire Carpenter (TheMeltingPot), Miroslav Mijatov (SmartOffice), Alex Ahom (Shhared), moderated by Jean-Yves Huwart (SocialWorkplaces.com)

    • Format – Panel
    • Target – General audience
    • Track – Impact

  • 14.15 - 15.05 How to recruit the right team to operate a coworking space?

    Ashley Proctor is one of the most well known coworking veteran in Canada. Her years long experience with recruiting coworking teams in Toronto and Vancouver gave her a specific ability to hire the most accute personnalities and put together the right skills and shape up the most dedicated coworking management team. What are the right questions to ask ourselves when building up the recruitment strategy? What are the important points to pay attention to? Human and social skills, experience with operations and markteting: where to find the balance?

    Ashley Proctor (Creative Blueprint)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 14.15 - 15.05 Open topic - Special all day long World Café on Coworking in small towns and in the countryside

    The session will include a session that is proposed during the unconference and focuses on rural coworking.

    Co-Facilitation – Johanna Voll, Christian Cordes, Tobias Kremkau

    • Format – Co-construction workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 14.15 - 15.05 General Assembly Eurobean Business Centres Workplaces Association (EUROCBCA)

    EUROCBCA – General Assembly

    Koen Baetsleer, Eduardo Salsamendi

  • 14.15 - 15.05 Unconference - Sessions n° 4

    Agenda co-created by the audience
    Interactive conversations in the different dedicated rooms.

  • 15.10- 16.00 Taxonomy of spaces?

    With the hybridation of coworking comes a lot of different approaches and experiences. Shouldn’t the vocabulary move to fit better with the reality of coworking in 2019?

    Viktoria Peppler, Marta Moksa (O4), Marko Orel (Prague University of Economics), moderated by Caroline Van Keymeulen de Oliveira

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General
    • Track – Trends

  • 15.10- 16.00 The cooperative (co-op) business model for coworking spaces - Best Practices and Learning

    Participative panel – A fireside chat with Fiona Frank, Schrøder Aanonsen and Hans-Peter Sander that run their coworking space in a co-op structure, moderated by Matthias Zeitler. We will explore best practices, challenges, opportunities and learnings specific to the cooperative business model to turn members from coworking customers into coworking shareholders. This session is especially relevant to community focused coworking spaces and anyone who is considering the legal structure of their space.

    Fiona Frank (Green Elephant Coop), Schrøder Aanonsen (Blender Collective) Hans-Peter Sander (Denkerhaus Ammersee). Facilitated by Matthias Zeitler (Coworking Bansko)

    • Format – Panel
    • Audience – General audience & people aiming at having impact
    • Track – Impact

  • 15.10- 16.00 Outlook: What’s next? - Special all day long World Café on Coworking in small towns and in the countryside

    The final session will be based on the results of the previous discussions. How can we support each other? How can we get support for critical infrastructures from policy makers (i.e. mobility, internet access, real estate, etc.)? The goal of this workshop is to collect a list of demands for regional and European policy makers as well as other non governmental institutions. The results will be beneficial for future funding processes and (public) tendering procedures and will be published afterwards.

    Co-Facilitation – Johanna Voll, Christian Cordes, Tobias Kremkau

    • Format – Co-construction workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 15.10 - 16.00 Unconference - Sessions n°5

    Agenda co-created by the audience.
    Interactive conversations in the different allocated rooms.

  • 16.00 - 16.30 Coffee Break
  • 16.00 - 16.30 Coffee Break
  • 16.30 - 17.30 Wrap Up Unconference Sessions

    Short presentation of the findings

    Facilitated by Julianne Becker (Coconat)

  • 17.30 - 19.00 Free time

    Coworking Tour / Free time

  • 20.00 Pub Crawl - Serendipity Networking and Fun

    Networking activity

Day 3 (Nov 15)

  • 10.15 - 11.05 Space Design that leads to Community Engagement

    Vandita Purohit (The Daftar)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General Audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 10.15 - 11.05 How to accommodate company scale-ups and keep them within your space?

    Interactive Workshop – Techspace has be growing steadily for some years in Europe, and espcially in Berlin. The coworking operator accommodate fast growing digital startups and SME’s which need a lot of flexibility in terms of capacity increase once their payroll start to grow rapidly. Techspace has handled many of these situations in house and had to put a process to manage their own scaleup rythms.

    Stéphanie Brisson (Techspace Berlin)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 10.15 - 11.05 Co-living & Coworking: How to bring the different ``Co-`` together...and does it make sense?

    Julianne Becker/Iris Wolfer (Coconat)

    • Format – Trends
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 11.05 - 11.40 Coffee break
  • 11.40 - 12.30 Key parameters to consider before launching a space, from community building to profitability target (Session 2)

    Conversation dedicated to beginners who are still in the phase of considering to open a coworking space or not. Conversation dedicated to beginners who are still in the phase of considering to open a coworking space or not. What are the main points to pay attention to. What are the experienced mistakes and what can be avoided. (Same session as on Day 2 for those having missed it)

    Vanessa Sans, HWL / Betahaus Barcelona

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 11.40 - 12.30 Why and how to initiate and grow your coworking community (in urban or rural area)

    Gain a deeper understanding of the need, value and power of community; apply this to the context of coworking; learn easy steps to start to build a vibrant coworking community which enhances your business.

    Claire Carpenter (TheMetlingPot)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience & people aiming at creating impact
    • Track – Impact

  • 11.40 - 12.30 Co-design your next coworking space

    Kinnarps Next Office Concept has developed a set of tools that facilitate quick and accurate space requirements definition. Among them our Next Office Game plays a paramount role as interactive workshop’s tool that, for a given group of Users, matches office typologies with preferred activities. The game contextualises spaces for key types of work-related activities, such as focused work, studying, collaboration, socialising, and relax . As a result, Next Office Game delivers the adequate blend of spaces resulting in high-performance workplaces.

    Karina Kreja (Kinnarps)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Business / Operations

  • 12.30 - 13.45 Lunch
  • 13.45 - 14.35 Wellbeing in Coworking Space Design

    “A workplace that helps us initiate and regulate social interaction, and that takes into consideration factors like personal space, physical and psychological proximity, and territoriality, helps us feel better. And when we feel better, we work better.
    We explore how social ergonomics interacts with cognitive and physical ergonomics to create a full human experience at work.”

    Bertie van Wyk (Herman Miller)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience & people aiming to have impact
    • Track – Impact

  • 13.45 - 14.35 Digital nomadism overwiew between Europe & Africa: Coworking Spaces as core partners

    Ilham Halib (@7AY Coworking & Coliving)

    • Format – Workshop
    • Audience – General audience
    • Track – Trends

  • 14.45 - 15.15 Closing discussion and takeaways
  • 15.00 - 20.00 Coworking Tour / Free time
  • 21.00 - 02.00 Coworking Europe Farewell Party at newonce.bar

    Address: Nowy Świat 6/12, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland