As the gig economy grows and startup culture continues to flourish, is co-working the future of work? Are the connections and relaxed environments worth all the hype? We talk with Tech companies based out of co-working spaces to weight up the pros and cons of this popular way of working.
If you've been considering co-working, this TechweekTV session is your chance to ask questions, and gain insights from the ground about whether it's right for you.
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General Manager for BizDojo in Christchurch, a fast paced and fast growing coworking space in Christchurch catering for businesses from 1 to 60 people. We're helping businesses to grow and do more.
I lead an incredible team who help humans do great stuff, whatever it may be!
Previously an experienced team manager in the telecommunications industry and passionate people leader. Experience with Vodafone leading a diverse and high performing team of 11 business development managers in a national capacity. Previously a successful enterprise account manager, also with Vodafone New Zealand.
Previously vice president of Coastguard Canterbury, board member and active crew. Currently a board member for Greening The Rubble.
Alan Cox is the founder of Akimbo, a Christchurch based social startup that is using neuroscience and positive psychology to create an app for improving our mental well-being.
Alan sees himself as a creative innovator with a mission for doing good on a global scale. Alan is passionate about removing the stigma around mental health and making it into something we all take care of as part of our daily self-care.
Outside of work, Alan loves tinkering with vintage steel bicycles and makes homemade wood-fired pizza most weeks of the year.