The first global coworking conference visits Toronto September 16th – 18th 2015.
GCUC Canada will inspire and empower as we share our collective experience and collaborative achievements with an international audience.
Industry leaders and talented delegates join forces in the city of Toronto – one of the most diverse in the world – to share best practices and shape the new work landscape. Speakers, panelists and performers explore the complex nature of the independent workforce, self-employment, shared workspace, community building, the sharing economy and our rapidly expanding industry.
The first Coworking Africa conference is coming up! The Coworking Africa conference, the first major event organized on the topic of Coworking in Africa, is to take place in Cape Town, South Africa, on July 23rd and 24th 2015.
Big and small companies need rooms to socialize by:
- Control Group Partner Scott Anderson is a founding member at LMHQ
- John Paul Farmer is the Director of Technology and Civic Innovation for Microsoft
Traditional workplaces are becoming a thing of the past. In the constantly evolving and socially driven society we live in today, the very definition of a workplace has changed. Ask a millennial and you'll be surprised at how they describe their ideal or current workplace. If you're a millennial yourself, you'll know exactly what they are talking about. One way this generation is changing the way we work and a physical demonstration of an ideal environment is through coworking.
Control Group Partner Scott Anderson is a founding member at LMHQ and thinks an events-based space like this is valuable, and companies are interested, because both big and small companies need room to socialize.