Coworking : community grown innovation and entrepreneurship

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  • 1. Coworking : community managed entrepreneurship and innovation EBN Conference , Toulon June 16th 2011 Coworking : Community managed entrepreneurship and innovation EBN Conference , Toulon June 16th 2011
  • 2. Global Enterprise Brussels-based think and do tank covering new trends in innovation, entrepreneurship, ecosystems and networked organisations Jean-Yves Huwart, CEO
  • 3. Coworking Europe Conference Global Enterprise was the organiser of the first European conference on Coworking Brussels, 19-20 November 2010
  • 4. Table of contents
    • The rise of coworking in Europe and in the world
    • Community based innovation and entrepreneurship
    • Why coworking spaces produce innovation outputs and real economic value
  • 5. 1. The rise of coworking in Europe and in the world
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  • 7. Coworking already a major trend all over Europe
  • 8. Source : Deskmag
  • 9. Flickr Deadlyllama The HP garage
  • 10. 2. Community based innovation and entrepreneurship
  • 11. No generalities, but some characteristics of traditional innovation and entrepreneurial support systems we have in Europe…
  • 12. Flickr Raj712
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  • 14. NCphilarmonic.com Source : scphilarmonic
  • 15. Flickr Hasard54
  • 16. Flickr - The Christ
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  • 20. New Work City – Flickr Peter A.Blacksberg
  • 21. What makes the difference ? Coworking space Los Angeles
  • 22. What makes the difference ? Source : Spydergrrl
  • 23. What makes the difference ? BetaHaus, Germany (Flickr Ha75)
  • 24. Flickr marcinlachowicz.com Peer to Peer support and communication
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  • 26. The Maslow Pyramid of Coworking A bottom up dynamic…
  • 27. With mighty stickiness factors
    • VALUES
    • Openness
    • Innovation
    • Collaboration
    • Community
    • Accessibility
    • Transparency
    • Conviviality
    • Sharing
    • More…
    La Cantine, Paris – Flickr Knowtex
  • 28. Conjonctured Coworking, Austin (TX) – Picture Jean-Yves Huwart Sectorial focus and multi-disciplinarities
  • 29. The value is in the community
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  • 32. What matters the most is not what you know or what you own, but who you are.
  • 33. 3. Why Coworking spaces produce innovation outputs and economic value
  • 34. Coworking Sao Paulo
  • 35. Coworking Europe survey 2010 YES !
  • 36. Stronger, nimbler, more disruptive, better networked startups … powered by the recommendation force, collective intelligence and positive energy of the community
  • 37. In technology driven sectors and, even more, in services and creative industries…
  • 38. In addition to that, some Coworking spaces are increasingly structuring their offerings toward innovation and entrepreneurship support
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  • 40. BetaHaus Berlin
    • BetaHaus Berlin has its own 3D printer to support the building of prototypes
  • 41. NY General Assembly
  • 42. Universities start to experience Coworking Source : Luis Caldas de Oliveira
  • 43. Moreover, Coworking spaces are ecosystems connectors on local, regional, national or international levels
  • 44. Source : Coworking Cologne, Idea Republic
  • 45. First coworking national networks
  • 46. Coworking Global Group Growing international connections
  • 47. Value creation won’t depend in the future of what you already own. It will rely on your ability to get in touch with new ideas and partner with others fast.
  • 48. www.entrepriseglobale.biz / www.global-enterprise.biz Flickr Betagroup Coworking, Brussels