Wir freuen uns immer wieder, wenn unsere Leser laut über Coworking nachdenken und dann auch konkret Angebote machen, um diese Ideen und Einsichten zu diskutieren und auszuprobieren. Ein solcher Leser ist Nico Krause, der bereits mit seinem Beitrag „Lesecafés“ einen tollen Impuls geliefert hat. Wir freuen uns über Eure Meinung und Erfahrungen zum Thema Yoga und Coworking.
Every year we like to give you an overview, of what we achieved up to now, and what we are planning to achieve in the years to come. This year we like to turn your attention to 2040, 25 years ahead, with the help of the „Smart Workspace Study“ by Johnson Controls (Global Workplace Solutions).
Yes, we see a similar trend to a scenario that has a coworker like „Nina“ at its core.
Today, 5 years ago, Alexander, Florian and I started CoWorking News. We are very happy to see that with every year, the blog reaches more and more readers. Compared to last year, the blog grew by another 46% which equates to about 12.000 readers per month now (compared to about 8.000 per month, at the same time last year).
The growth of free coworking that I predicted at the beginning of last year is also showing very strongly this year. A very good indicator is the Google graph for coworking and free coworking that was produced by Google today (see snapshot below):
CoWorking News is very happy to announce and support the start of the empirical Coworking Study of the two psychologists Julia Andorfer (for Master Thesis) and Cornelia Gerdenitsch (for PhD) at the University of Vienna today.
Cornelia and Julia are trying to find answers to the following questions: Is entrepreneur’s engagement boosted by social support? How is it possible that coworkers develop so many new creative ideas in Coworking Spaces? What makes them successful in implementing these ideas in start ups?