- Allwork.Space, a leading online publisher, has trademarked the term ‘Future of Work’.
- Allwork.Space’s mission is to help readers gain a deeper understanding of the future of work and how to prepare for it.
- As part of this journey, Allwork.Space wants to work with other thought-leaders to improve and share our collective understanding of the future of work.
Since 2003, Allwork.Space has been dedicated to the future of work.
Allwork.Space’s mission is to help readers gain a deeper understanding of the future of work and how to prepare for it. We do this by publishing daily editorial content, news updates, in-depth interviews, email newsletters, and the Future Of Work Podcast.
Now we’re making it official.
You may have noticed that we have trademarked the term ‘Future of Work’. We are incredibly proud to have achieved this milestone; it has been a long-term goal for the Allwork.Space team and one that we feel is reflective of our dedication to the future of work.
What is Our Role in the Future of Work?
As a leading online publisher, it’s our duty to share quality, balanced, and thoroughly researched information pertaining to the future of work for the benefit of our readers.
Our intention is to provide this information to help our readers understand and prepare for the future of work, along with the potential challenges and opportunities that may lay ahead.
This is for the benefit of business leaders, HR professionals, the workforce, workspace owners and operators, suppliers and service providers, and indeed, anyone associated with the workplace.
Why Did We Trademark the ‘Future of Work’?
Our plan is to continue our thought leadership in the area of flexible work and the evolving (and accelerating) trends that impact its future course.
Even though we’ve trademarked the mark, we are not trying to“control” the future of work or discussions around it.
We see this as a bridge and an opportunity to work with other thought leaders in this space. Ultimately, we want to work with others to improve and share our collective understanding and knowledge of the future of work, as it pertains to technology, HR, marketing, real estate, design, and wellness, for the benefit of everyone.
If you have an interest in the future of work, and if you have a specific area of expertise that you can lend to open discussions on Allwork.Space, we want to work with you.
Interested? Talk to us.