How is it possible to create community powered workplace environments? This is the answer the European Coworking Conference and Studio TILT will try to give in London, at the inaugural event of “The Social Workplace” the next 16th of October. An opportunity to hear from the leading thinkers and doers in both work and coworking, exploring the most pressing questions facing real estate, placemaking, wellbeing and workplace the world over.
How do mission driven values, authenticity, connections, and facilitated social interactions drive productivity, collaboration, innovation, and employee wellbeing?
It was recently disclosed that there are 816 coworking spaces active in London today. 10 years ago that number was zero. Coworking has grown up very fast, and now it challenges the conventional and corporate workplace offering. Meantime the values of work have changed dramatically alongside this revolution.
The Social Workplace Forum it’s a dynamic day long programme about convening the worlds of work and coworking for the first time through an intimate, discussion led event, sharing the success and learnings of coworking to help understand the human side of the modern workplace.
At the conference several names of the cowering world will be present: Jean-Yves Huwart (Coworking Europe) Despina Katsikakis (Transforming Workplace expert) Oliver Marlow (Studio TILT) Sophy Moffat (DTZ London) Alex Hillman (Indy Hall) Edu Forte (Betahaus Barcelona).
Text by Gabriele Masi.
Title: The Social Workplace.
Where: The Office Group, Henry Wood House, 2 Riding House Street, London.
When: October 16th, 8:30 am.