- The 2020 edition of Coworking Europe takes place in the twin cities of Vienna (Austria) and Bratislava (Slovakia).
- More than 600 delegates from the coworking industry are expected to attend the event in November 2020.
- The three-day event includes keynotes, panels, workshops, interactive sessions, and trainings.
The 2020 Coworking Europe conference is celebrating its 11th edition in two capitals. The main event will take place in Vienna, Austria, with an off-site day in its twin city of Bratislava, Slovakia.
More than 600 flexible workspace industry delegates from 50+ different countries are expected to attend the 3-day event, which takes place from November 25-27th in these two Central European capitals. The main venues are the Austria Center Vienna and HubHub Bratislava, with the City of Vienna a partner of this year’s conference.
Attendees can expect:
- 600+ delegates from 50+ different countries
- Keynotes, panels, workshops, interactive sessions, trainings
- Different tracks on impact, trends and business operations
- Best success stories and most instructive failures
- Unconference sessions lead by delegates
- Lots of networking opportunities and evening get togethers
- Coworking tour around best spaces in Vienna & Bratislava
- And of course… lots of fun!
Many current coworking hot topics will be covered during the conference. What’s driving the development of coworking in Vienna and Bratislava? How does Vienna use new working patterns to support its position as the ‘most livable city’? What’s the relationship between coworking and smart city concepts? What are the latest developments and opportunities in automating coworking processes? Is ‘nichification’ the way forward in competitive markets?
Coworking Europe 2020 will address this multi-dimensional nature of coworking; a booming industry and a strengthening cultural movement re-modelling the very notion of what the workplace is, and what it should deliver in terms of human interaction in the 21st century.
For the tenth year in a row, Vienna has been named the most liveable city in the world by Mercer. Outstanding living factors, a stable political environment and affordable prices makes Vienna a city where one can live and work under the best conditions.
Vienna has also positioned itself as one of the most diverse and fastest-growing tech scenes in Europe. The 2019 Global Talent Competitiveness Index ranked Vienna in fourth place worldwide, ahead of Berlin and San Francisco. No wonder the number of coworking spaces, accelerators and startup hubs in Vienna has risen sharply in recent years.
In addition, Vienna is the gateway to the Central East European market. Vienna’s twin city Bratislava is 45 minutes away from the Austrian capital and where most Slovak coworking spaces are found. Bratislava is becoming a global society of knowledge-equipped individuals that are, together with highly educated local professionals, creating a new inspiring environment for those who are trying to make a difference in the world.
As such, the Coworking Europe Conference is a unique networking event for coworking communities across Europe and beyond.
The program and the speaker’s lineup can be found on the Coworking Europe Conference website: www.coworkingeurope.net. Slides and content from the past years can be found on www.socialworkplaces.com.