|Courtesy of Global Workspace Association|
We’re getting closer to that time of the year when everyone in the executive suite industry is getting ready for its annual gathering, the Global Workspace Association Conference 2013
, this year will be held in Buckhead, Atlanta from September 18th through September 21st 2013.
It’s not only a great moment to meet new people who have joined the industry, to learn from our panelists, to continue updated on new trends, but also the perfect excuse to have fun with those we’ve meet from previous conferences.
And although this is the biggest and most notorious event in the workspace industry in the US, we can’t forget that around the country there are many other local events organized by city networks who are also promoting the executive suite concept, promoting best practices and learning from one another based on experiences.
A great example is the Workspace Association of New York (WANY
); the association groups independent office and workspace
providers in the whole New York area. Their last meeting was one month ago, when they celebrated their 8th anniversary with case studies, international guests, reviewing trends and finishing with a few drinks while getting to know colleagues.
South Florida’s member network also had its meeting last month, reviewing the latest trends for office spaces and analyzing workspaces as a service.
San Francisco Local Members Network
is coming up, their next event will be July 19th/13 at Pacific Business Centers in Spear Street. They will be talking about best practices, opportunities, co-working and of course meeting new members. Make sure to book your place before July 12th.
Have you joined your local member network already and have you booked your place at this year’s conference in Atlanta? If you haven’t, what are you waiting for!
Do you have any events coming up or would you like to share with us your local member’s network? We’d love to hear from you, write to us in our comments section or call us at (866) 354-5478 and we'll help you spread the word.
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