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​Say hello to everybody.
Industry module/
Developmental trends of the coworking industry.
The coworking industry is developing with an incredible pace.
A handful of selected industry experts will share their thoughts on recent progression of coworking scenery in the CEE region as well as the world, explore core values of the coworking model, usage perspectives and communal developments.
Lunch break.
Because it is always nice to grab a bite.
Research module / Scholarly perspectives of the coworking research.
​Covering the recent research topics, ranging from exploration of coworking spaces in rural environments, innovation tendencies of coworking space users, cross-management implications to effectiveness of mediation mechanisms and tools for talent attraction.
The end.
​Wrapping-up and discussing the outtakes.

The coworking industry is evolving and developing at an incredible pace. While new coworking facilities are popping up and changing the workplace landscape as we know it, there is a widening gap between scholars and experts from the coworking industry.


Coworking Symposium is a half-day long event that will bring some of the key people from the scholarly community and connect them with core expert from the field. Latest data will be shared and interlaced, discussed and interlaced with recent developmental trends of the coworking industry.

The Coworking Symposium 2020 is
admission-free and accessible to a broader audience. Because knowledge needs to be shared. Just be sure to hit that RSVP button and reserve your ticket.

Robert Vlach, author of The Freelance Way
On freelancing and the role of coworking spaces
Jeannine van der Linden, director @ European Coworking Assembly
On values of coworking movement
Johanna Voll, co-founder @ Coworking Library
On making the knowledge on coworking research accessible
Bernie Mitchell, community builder @ London Coworking Assembly
On building coworking communities and networks
Mike LaRosa, implementation guru of flex workspace technology @ JLL
On remote work and the use of coworking spaces
Viktoria Heinzel, University of Stuttgart
On development of coworking scenery in rural areas
Claudia Manca, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
On collaborative workplaces for innovation
Manuel Mayerhoffer, University of Economics
On cross-cultural management in coworking environments
Peter Jirsak, Head of HubHub
On managing a coworking brand
Anna Pilkova, Comenius University in Bratislava
On entrepreneurial potentials of coworking hubs
Marzena Starnawska, University of Warsaw
On social impact of coworking spaces
Dora Horvath, Corvinus University of Budapest
On efficient communication activities in coworking spaces
+ more
To be announced in a bit
By Bus:
There is no direct bus connection to the event venue.
By Tram:
The closest tram station is Václavské námestí (tram 3, 5, 9).
By Car:
There are very limited parking spots around the venue. We would suggest ordering a taxi to address of the event location: HubHub Palac ARA, Perlová 371/5, 110 00 Staré Mesto
May 27, 8:30 AM
HubHub Palác ARA