The future of Flexible Space Market
Coworking is the 4th industrial revolution and that revolution is being driven by the changing nature of work. You may call it what you prefer — a community workplace, flexible office, workspace as a service, business center or coworking—it’s all an indication of a huge shift and a new emergence in the market where the power shifts to the tenant.
Real estate firms have therefore intensified their focus on this market. CBRE is pushing its flexible space solutions Hana, while recent acquisition of Sweden's oldest coworking copmany - United Spaces by Castellum is clearly showing RE firms intention to strike back the #WeWork movement.
13:30 - 14:20 - Panel Session, moderated by
Head of Research Nordics
@at Cushman & Wakefield Realkapital
Håvard is heading the research function for Cushman & Wakefield across the Nordic region. He is notoriously curious on innovation and the opportunities that lies in the transformational changes to our society. A frequently quoted and a trusted speaker in both real estate industry forums and the broader financial press. Håvard has long experience in portfolio analysis and market research for both Nordic, European and Global CRE investors. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Håvard was with MSCI where he was responsible for the Nordic client base.
@ Entra ASA
Sonja Horn has a broad background from the real estate sector working with finance, transactions and asset management. She currently works at Entra, one of the largest office developers in Norway listed at the Oslo stock exchange. Entras ambition is to create great workplaces supporting the strategic ambitions of a company.
@ CBRE’s Norwegian business
Christer is an experienced executive with a 20 years track record in business development and strategic and operational consulting for large, international companies. He has held management positions in several leading companies including DNV, Capgemini, Leif Hoegh & Co. and has broad strategic and operational experience from facility management, telecom, shipping and oil & gas. He has also spent more than six years working in Asia.
Niclas is an experienced Inspirational leader with a strong focus on digitalization, business development, entrepreneurship and people development.
Camilla Watz Johannessen has long experience within branding and communication, and as agency director in the agency she also was co-founder of. As CEO of 657 OSLO, Norway’s largest coworking space for the creative industries, housing more than 200 entrepreneurs and 85 companies, she is currently working closely with entrepreneurs and is committed to creating an attractive arena where startups and established business can meet to innovate, grow and promote creative industry.
· What are the economics of profitable Co-working spaces? Ways of making a coworking space a long term profitable business model.
· Crucial Ffactors in a coworking business in the Nordics at the moment.
· The power of commuinty and what it takes to build a network of the like-minded people will scale your business quickly.
Coffee Break 14:20 -14:30 (inside the room)
Chasing the perfect office: how management and employee engagement feeds into space innovation process.
14:30 - 15:30 - Session #2: Solutions and wining strategies
· Next Office Change Manager since 2011
· 35 years of experience with workplace design
· 9 years of experience with future offices, trends and particularly Activity Based Working
· 7-800 small, medium and large “Next Office – ABW” lectures/key note speeches during the last 8 years
· 50 complete analysis of SMB companies during the last 6 years
· What shall determine your workplace design?
· How to create a sustainable and value increasing change that last?
· How to embrace DIVERSITY into workplace design