The Coworking Europe conference in Amsterdam is approaching fast. So, we sat down with a frequent flyer.
Johanna Voll is a coworking enthusiast and researcher. and this years conference will be her 6th time around, we talked about a few projects she is involved in.
Get in touch with Johanna on this link here.
Coworking Europe researchers’ meetup
November 15th at 6 pm – 8 pm
Free, no conference ticket needed
Boekman Library (research centre for art, culture, and policy)
Organized by the Research Group on Collaborative Spaces (RGCS) Amsterdam
Boukje Cnossen (Leuphana University of Lüneburg), Johanna Voll (European University Viadrina), and Alexandra Bernhardt (Chemnitz University of Technology)
Join the Coworking Europe Amsterdam Meet Up here:
Sign up for free this link here on Eventbrite
or on the Facebook event page here
Follow #RGCSCWE18 hashtag.
6.00 – 6.45 pm: Panel Discussion: Questioning Urban Workscapes: the case of Amsterdam’s collective workspaces
- Fiza Ahmed, researcher and lecturer at VU University, Amsterdam
- Boukje Cnossen, post-doc at Leuphana University of Lüneburg
- Julia Schlegelmilch, PhD candidate at VU University, Amsterdam
6.45- 7.00 pm: Presentation of the Coworking Library
an interdisciplinary open online database in which all current and former research about coworking can be found. Check out the beta version here: coworking-library.com
7.00 – 8.00 pm: Drinks & Getting to know each other
Meet fellow researchers (or researchers/practitioners) over drinks while enjoying the fantastic canal venue and historic surroundings of the Boekman Library.
Leuphana is a young university that lays emphasis on innovation, rather than tradition. It is continuously aspiring to create a space stimulated by a collective search for knowledge and sustainable solutions.
Agora RDM integrates real estate management practices with the principles of coworking to provide all-inclusive solutions for flex-use or shared workspaces, community builders, institutional developers and investment trusts alike.
About the Coworking Library
It’s a collaborative project by the German Coworking Federation e.V. and DESKMAG. Johanna and Carsten have been actively working on this non-profit project for the past three years. Together they curate and maintain the Coworking Library.
BTW: Soon the Global Coworking Survey, by DESKMAG will be out again! Please take part in this important quantitative research: http://coworkingsurvey.com/ You can already find many results for 2018 here.
Cowork 7/24 is a platform for coworking, where you can now book more than 150 coworking spaces in 22 cities, and they are growing fast particularly in Eastern Europe. They’ll soon be launching a new product to address the flexibility and cost-consciousness of digital nomads — a digital nomad coworking pass, valid at favourite digital nomad destinations.
London Coworking Assembly Meet Up
Every month in London we have a breakfast at 42 Acres for people who are in the coworking world – join the private Facebook group here.