From New York to Rosebank, wherever you look, shared/coworking offices are taking the space of traditional forms of office. From VC backed giants like WeWork to joint-ventures with South Africa’s sophisticated property sector – no one is immune from the disruption.
How will business owners remain in step with this trend?
Please join Addison Inc. in association with Decusatio as we present an expert panel discussion that explores this mission critical trend that is taking the world by storm.
Our guest panel will provide key insights into the world of work with specific reference to shared office space, organisational theory and entrepreneurism.
This event is particularly suited for business owners who wish to learn more about the trends and forces shaping the world of business in the 21stcentury.
You will learn about the sharing economy, growing an organisational culture outside a traditional business model and working across organisational boundaries.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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Why you should attend:
- Network with other high-growth entrepreneurs
- Gain insights into the future world of work
- Secure access to new software tools to help you manage and grow your business
Previous CEO of Moneyweb and experienced financial journalist, Marc has been involved in a number of projects including the launch of Decusatio (consultancy aimed at assisting entrepreneurs with tackling the twin challenges of “Access to Clients” and “Access to Funding”), co-founding Dynamic Body Technology (innovative medical technology company) and a contributor to the SME Movement (a global initiative aimed at improving access to markets for entrepreneurs)
You can follow him on LinkedIn here.
Paula has spent over 16years in the corporate world working in organisations such as Standard Bank, Nedbank and KFC. It was here that she learned many lessons on relationships in the workplace, people and team dynamics and leadership traits.
You can find out more about her here.
Guy runs a professional services business that provides transaction expertise to business owners looking to undertake any business transaction. These might include mergers, business sales and share structures to incentivise staff. He works with a team of finance, legal and tax experts to build solutions around each client’s specific requirements.
Since 2016, Guy and his team have worked in numerous shared office spaces across South Africa. He will share his experience of working in such centres and describe how the ‘collaboration’ business model is breaking down traditional service models and ways of doing business, particularly in traditional professions such as law, tax and finance.
When: 3 November 2019
Where: Lighthouse Studio, Rivonia
Time: 17:30 for 18:00 start