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Future of Work & Workspaces Conference & Hackathon

Hack Coworking 東京

Project of Coworkies

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イベントについて | About the Event

Hack Coworking Tokyo 2020 is a 3-day event combining talks, workshops and a hackathon on the topic of the future of work and workspaces. We invite people who are interested in how our working style will change within the next few years to come together to learn and engage in creative problem-solving while having the opportunity to win some of the amazing prizes from our partners.

If we look to the future in 2040, where would you be, who would you be working with and how do you want to be working?

As the number of social issues rises such as increased life expectancy, and a decrease in the Japanese population, we also see the rise of remote working and freelancing; it’s inevitable that these shifts bring about big changes in the way we work and live. With the rapid increase of shared office environments, we believe that coworking spaces have the potential to be part of the solution. With this in mind, we created an immersive event to foster the creation of new products and services that can be developed in the next 20 years to support life at work in the next 100 years.

チーム | Team

チームのご案内 | Hack Coworking Team

こんにちは、私たちはHack Coworking Teamです。ここでは忘れられないハッカソン体験を構築できます!ボランティアでチームに参加しますか?
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Hello, we are the Hack Coworking Team, here to build an unforgettable hackathon experience! Do you want to volunteer and join the team? Email us!

Pauline

Yoshio

Dimitar

Satomi

Jasmin

Mariya

Devon

Maybe You?

Inspiration.

  • The workplace of the future will be more than just a place to do business. It will be 
an essential microcosm of society that is connected, convivial, commercially viable, culturally aware and collectively responsible.

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    Naomi Tosic Co-Founder of The Office Space Sydney
  • Only when a coworking space looks at itself through the eyes of its coworkers, it can build a strong community in a sustainable way.

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    Pauline Roussel Co-Founder, Coworkies.com