Blog + Press July 2018

Exploring the Relationship Between Hospitality and Coworking

Posted on July 8, 2018 by GCUC UK in Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC UK

What role does hospitality play in coworking? How much overlap is there between shared workspaces, workspace as a service and community-focused coworking? What’s the future of hospitality in the workspace industry? These are all hot topics for workspace operators and will be part of the conversation at the upcoming GCUC UK in London. We connected with Hector Kolonas, founder of Included.co, a company pooling the collective buying power of coworking spaces and communities, about customer service in coworking, what types of… Read More »

Will the Future Workspace Make Us More Human? A Conversation with Antony Slumbers

Posted on July 5, 2018 by GCUC UK in Conference, Coworking, Coworking Trends, GCUC UK, Tech

Antony Slumbers has long worked at the intersection of workspace and tech. With decades of experience in commercial real estate tech, web and app development, workspace software creation, research and writing about technology and property, and even European art dealing, Slumbers has unique insights into the impact built environments have on the way we work. He’s particularly interested in conversations about the future of technology in the workplace and how tech in the coworking industry is “going to get turbocharged… Read More »

Revisiting Coworking’s Core Values

Posted on July 3, 2018 by GCUC UK in Community, Coworking, GCUC UK

Two weeks ago, GCUC UK supported a community event run by Ouishare and the European Coworking Assembly at Huckletree West in London. The event was designed to instigate conversations about inclusion, diversity and accessibility in collaborative workspaces. It was one in a series designed to activate conversations around the core values of coworking—values that were developed by people in the early days of the coworking movement. As the coworking industry continues to explode, it’s important that these core values of… Read More »