Coworking : community grown innovation and entrepreneurship

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Coworking : community grown innovation and entrepreneurship

  1. 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. 2. Global Enterprise Brussels-based think and do tank covering new trends in innovation, entrepreneurship, ecosystems and networked organisations Jean-Yves Huwart, CEO
  3. 3. Coworking Europe Conference Global Enterprise was the organiser of the first European conference on Coworking Brussels, 19-20 November 2010
  4. 4. Table of contents <ul><li>The rise of coworking in Europe and in the world </li></ul><ul><li>Community based innovation and entrepreneurship </li></ul><ul><li>Why coworking spaces produce innovation outputs and real economic value </li></ul>
  5. 5. 1. The rise of coworking in Europe and in the world
  6. 7. Coworking already a major trend all over Europe
  7. 8. Source : Deskmag
  8. 9. Flickr Deadlyllama The HP garage
  9. 10. 2. Community based innovation and entrepreneurship
  10. 11. No generalities, but some characteristics of traditional innovation and entrepreneurial support systems we have in Europe…
  11. 12. Flickr Raj712
  12. 14. NCphilarmonic.com Source : scphilarmonic
  13. 15. Flickr Hasard54
  14. 16. Flickr - The Christ
  15. 20. New Work City – Flickr Peter A.Blacksberg
  16. 21. What makes the difference ? Coworking space Los Angeles
  17. 22. What makes the difference ? Source : Spydergrrl
  18. 23. What makes the difference ? BetaHaus, Germany (Flickr Ha75)
  19. 24. Flickr marcinlachowicz.com Peer to Peer support and communication
  20. 26. The Maslow Pyramid of Coworking A bottom up dynamic…
  21. 27. With mighty stickiness factors <ul><li>VALUES </li></ul><ul><li>Openness </li></ul><ul><li>Innovation </li></ul><ul><li>Collaboration </li></ul><ul><li>Community </li></ul><ul><li>Accessibility </li></ul><ul><li>Transparency </li></ul><ul><li>Conviviality </li></ul><ul><li>Sharing </li></ul><ul><li>More… </li></ul>La Cantine, Paris – Flickr Knowtex
  22. 28. Conjonctured Coworking, Austin (TX) – Picture Jean-Yves Huwart Sectorial focus and multi-disciplinarities
  23. 29. The value is in the community
  24. 32. What matters the most is not what you know or what you own, but who you are.
  25. 33. 3. Why Coworking spaces produce innovation outputs and economic value
  26. 34. Coworking Sao Paulo
  27. 35. Coworking Europe survey 2010 YES !
  28. 36. Stronger, nimbler, more disruptive, better networked startups … powered by the recommendation force, collective intelligence and positive energy of the community
  29. 37. In technology driven sectors and, even more, in services and creative industries…
  30. 38. In addition to that, some Coworking spaces are increasingly structuring their offerings toward innovation and entrepreneurship support
  31. 40. BetaHaus Berlin <ul><li>BetaHaus Berlin has its own 3D printer to support the building of prototypes </li></ul>
  32. 41. NY General Assembly
  33. 42. Universities start to experience Coworking Source : Luis Caldas de Oliveira
  34. 43. Moreover, Coworking spaces are ecosystems connectors on local, regional, national or international levels
  35. 44. Source : Coworking Cologne, Idea Republic
  36. 45. First coworking national networks
  37. 46. Coworking Global Group Growing international connections
  38. 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.
  39. 48. www.entrepriseglobale.biz / www.global-enterprise.biz Flickr Betagroup Coworking, Brussels

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