If the future of work is your thing (and it really should be, because change is the new norm), you might be interested in the Coworking Unconference Asia – now just days away in Thailand.
Brought by The Coworking Association of Asia Pacific, co-founded by Steve Munroe of Hubud, Coworking Unconference will take place in digital nomad hotspot Chiang Mai on 8-12 February 2017. The first four days will see a tonne of talks take place, ranging from Seoul’s ecosystem to lessons from Uber in Southeast Asia, along with opportunities for participants to set the agenda (the unconference bit).
The speaker lineup is impressive, with representatives from household names like Google, Uber and Regus to movers & shakers in the coworking world and beyond.
An excursions day will conclude activities with complimentary temple and waterfall trips – a literal cooling down.
Having experienced a conference in Chiang Mai myself, I’m mildly envious of anyone joining Coworking Unconference. It’s a terrific city that allows for both focus and calm (something that cannot be said about most cities) – and the food isn’t bad either!