On November 8th, over 500 people from the global coworking community will meet in Dublin for the much anticipated 2017 Coworking Europe conference. Over three action packed days members of the community will celebrate and discuss the impact coworking has had on entrepreneurship, innovation and the future of workplaces.

Last year, the European Digital Index announced that Dublin was ranked 8th for being the most startup friendly city on the continent, making Dublin a digital hotspot for Europe and an obvious choice for the 2017 conference.

Coworking: an Industry, an Impact, and a Business

Catering to coworking space operators, facility managers, real estate pundits as well as city council representatives, public development agencies, universities, and startup incubator managers, Coworking Europe will be an opportunity to address the multi-dimensional nature of Coworking. Two of the main themes include:

1. Coworking as a growing industry —  Identifying the arrival of new players, new markets, new backers, new audiences, and new business models, and 

2. Coworking as a movement — Recognizing that coworking supports a more human driven society that facilitates sustainable business development and entrepreneurship while providing a way to achieve a true sense of work/life balance.

Featuring discussions lead by some of the world’s most successful coworking operators, this conference will be a place to learn and share best practices for both managing coworking spaces and coworking communities.

Some key topics will include community management, growth hacking, workspace operation, hospitality services, ecosystem management, sustainable development, and real estate negotiation, just to name a few.

Set to take place in the iconic Croke Park Stadium, the 8th annual Coworking Europe conference is proudly produced by SocialWorkplaces.com, with the support of the Irish Coworking community, the Dublin City Council, the Dublin Local Enterprise Office, Failte Ireland and Meet in Ireland

Want to get in on the action? Receive a 5% discount on your ticket when you use the promo code: coworkerCWE2017

P.S. If you’re looking for a space to work from in Dublin, either before or after the conference, here are 3  suggestions from the Coworker Community:

1. Helpingnetworks
2. Glandore Fitzwilliam Place
3. Dogpatch Labs

Additional Resources:

Click here to view the full program along with the current lineup of speakers.

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Coworking Europe 2017

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