Project of the Week>>> Barcamp on Coworking in Germany in Wuppertal

Veröffentlicht am 10. Juni 2011 von Redaktion in Kategorie: CoWorking Calendar, CoWorking Kultur, CoWorking News International, Praxisberichte, Beispiele, Best-Practice, Project of the Week | Trackback URL | Zur Diskussion

Start coworking, you do not necessarily need a regular coworking space to do so.  In Wuppertal, a city close to the urban Ruhr-Area in Germany, there is a growing Coworking Community, not yet with a fixed coworking space. But for the second time CoWorkingWuppertal starts an intraregional project: After having initiated a European JellyWeek in January 2011, Coworking Wuppertal now hosts a  Barcamp on Coworking  (open conference) on July 8th-10th 2011 (also see Open International CoWorking Calendar)

Everyone interested in coworking, users and space managers,  are welcome to present their questions and ideas on the Barcamp event. The proposals will be registered on: You can also propose your presentation or discussion topic on the actual Barcamp-Day.

More details provided by the organizer Anni Roolf : „On Friday (July, 8th) the participants can check in at the conference house „Haus derJugend“ from 3 pm. In the evening at 7pm we will enjoy a Coworkers Dinner. The actual conference day will be on Saturday, July 9th from 10 am – 7 pm. In the evening networking and further discussions are given room to at the Coworkers Lounge followed by a Worldbeats Party starting at 9pm. On Sunday we will offer breakfast for all coworkers. Moreover you‘ll be able to see the current Streetart-exhibition at the conference house, have a look at the museum of preindustrialisation or other places of Wuppertal worth seeing.“

Please register for the conference on:

The Barcamp is embedded in the second Coworking Wuppertal Jelly Week which takes place from July 4th-7th 2011 and aims at stimulating and establishing the coworkingvibe in the area through lectures, workshops and events for networking. All visitors of the Barcamp are warmly welcome to join the Jelly Week.

The reason for choosing the ”Barcamp on Coworking in Germany” as “Project of the Week” for “Week 23″ in 2011: Anni Roolf and the CoWorking Wuppertal Group show for the second time, that you do not need a regular coworking space to start coworking. Events like this Barcamp are a very valuable and needed contribution to enlarge and strengthen the coworking community. Well done for the organization and a great Barcamp for everyone who wants to participate!!!

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