Month: September 2018

  • GCUC Coworking London Tours Are Here!


    We have three incredible Guided Tours lined up for you. So book your place now to avoid disappointment as places are limited. A maximum of 15 delegates on each tour. Tour 1 – South of the River Bankside, Borough, London Bridge We’ll meet at 10 am in Bankside and walk to the first venue. We… Read More

  • Bringing Workspace Wellness Front and Center: A Q&A with Work.Life’s Elliot Gold


    Coworking has long provided an alternative to the 9-to-5 grind. The growing focus on wellness in the workspace industry is only strengthening that as operators increasingly incorporate wellness offerings into their spaces and services. UK Coworking brand Work.Life places well-being front and center. With eight locations and two more in the works, Work.Life was created… Read More

  • Workspace Bean-to-Cup Coffee: a Q&A with Scanomat’s Simon Bracken


    The TopBrewer feels quite futuristic—in all the right ways. An elegant, bean-to-cup coffee machine, it enables people to seamlessly order their favorite coffee drink from a phone, walk a few steps across a shared workspace and pick up their drink. Developed by GCUC UK sponsor Scanomat, the TopBrewer serves custom drinks through a swan-neck tap,… Read More

  • The Future of Work will Have Money Trees and Unicorns if These Kids Get Their Way


    Workspace industry professionals spend a lot of time talking about, designing and building the future of work. But what do kids—the people who actually are the future of work—think? The Area team decided to find out. The company invited 50-plus children to share their thoughts on workspace design, tech, workplace annoyances, the work week, retirement… Read More

  • Essensys Announces Global Sponsorship of GCUC Coworking Conference Series


    We are super excited to our global partnership with longtime sponsor and partner, essensys. You might have seen them at any number of GCUC events in the past as they have been proponents and a key player in the industry for the last few years. We are happy to say that you will be seeing… Read More

  • Creating a Unified Product for Flexible Workspace: a Q&A with Yardi’s Tony Freeth


    Tony Freeth has seen the evolution of the office space industry firsthand. Co-founder of Phoenix Broadband and creator of Medusa, a product that handles premises infrastructure, Freeth has played a pioneering role in bandwidth management and workspace wifi solutions since the late-1990s. Recently, Medusa was acquired by global real estate technology company Yardi. Freeth, who… Read More

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