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1st Swiss Coworking Unconference:
Results of the sessions
Branding – the new logo
Communicate values – the Why
Communicate coworking to
outsiders/Coworking ecosystem I
Channels:
The What and
How
Communicate coworking to
outsiders/Coworking ecosystem II
 Role of the community manager: clearly communicate
rules (best at the beginning)
 Explicit vs. implicit rules
 Trust i...
 The classic nomads are a niche, but still they‘re
interesting for the image and the culture of a CWS
 To attract them, ...
Customer Experience Workshop I
 How to find the CWS: different possibilities of
keywords for coworking (e.g. shared office with
coworking experience, co...
Romandie & coworking.ch I
 Goal: unified community Romandie
 Events: regional meetups of peers, large mass public
events in the region, more often...
 Join the Swiss delegation for the Coworking Europe Conference
2016, Nov. 28-30 2016, Brussels. Register here:
http://bit...
 Watercooler talks will be done in different languages for
regional conversations: French, German, English
 Topics from ...
 Coworking Visa und Village Office have different
objectives – but on the level of technology a cooperation
would be conc...
Coworking and real estate
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1st Swiss Coworking Unconference: Results of the sessions

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Summary of the sessions of the 1st Swiss Coworking Unconference, 28 June 2016 in Fribourg, #uccowoch, coworking.ch

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1st Swiss Coworking Unconference: Results of the sessions

  1. 1. 1st Swiss Coworking Unconference: Results of the sessions
  2. 2. Branding – the new logo
  3. 3. Communicate values – the Why Communicate coworking to outsiders/Coworking ecosystem I
  4. 4. Channels: The What and How Communicate coworking to outsiders/Coworking ecosystem II
  5. 5.  Role of the community manager: clearly communicate rules (best at the beginning)  Explicit vs. implicit rules  Trust is important  The larger a space the more explicit rules play a role  Role of retreat spaces  Locking systems – new technologies, e.g. Nuki How to manage stress between members
  6. 6.  The classic nomads are a niche, but still they‘re interesting for the image and the culture of a CWS  To attract them, you have to offer not only coworking, but also coliving  Communication activities: combined offers like skiing and working, organize camps How to attract international coworkers
  7. 7. Customer Experience Workshop I
  8. 8.  How to find the CWS: different possibilities of keywords for coworking (e.g. shared office with coworking experience, collaborative space, home office, co-sharing community, co-office)  Selection process: the first impressions are very important. It‘s not only coworking, but also co- sharing, co-helping…  Conversion: options to pay Customer Experience Workshop II
  9. 9. Romandie & coworking.ch I
  10. 10.  Goal: unified community Romandie  Events: regional meetups of peers, large mass public events in the region, more often informal talks/calls  Local/Global-Community Relationship (Martino, Yann re: Coworking Europe Conf Athens tour)  Services/common buying experiment for members  Gregoire, our Board Champion Romandie & coworking.ch II
  11. 11.  Join the Swiss delegation for the Coworking Europe Conference 2016, Nov. 28-30 2016, Brussels. Register here: http://bit.ly/CoWoCH_to_CoworkingEU Activate workgroups:  Concrete projects (that come from the members) instead of workgroups  Need for concrete tasks, incentives, deadlines, follow-ups  Develop a bounty system  One concrete project: weekly blogposts for coworking.ch  Idea: every CWS of coworking.ch posts at least one blogpost per year  To break the first ground, the following persons committed to write a blogpost: Yann (by July 4), Sylvie (July 8), Safak (July 15), Kaspar (July 29), Alexandra (August 13), Stephane (tbd), Olivier (tbd) Activate workgroups coworking.ch
  12. 12.  Watercooler talks will be done in different languages for regional conversations: French, German, English  Topics from the regional talks that are important for all will be brought up in the English watercooler talk Online Watercooler Talks
  13. 13.  Coworking Visa und Village Office have different objectives – but on the level of technology a cooperation would be conceivable  Each CWS has its own pricing vs. one pricing for the Coworking Visa - accounting is needed Village Office/Coworking GA/ Coworking and mobility
  14. 14. Coworking and real estate

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