Coworking & Coliving Conference South East Europe
October 22 @ 11:00 - 14:00 UTC+0Free
CCCSEE is the annual gathering of brightest individuals, businesses and ideas in the Coworking & Coliving ecosystem in the region.
We started to educate and develop a strong network of key players in creative industries in the SEE in Belgrade last October, support and aid the entrepreneurial model for local economies through a series of connections and business opportunities and spread the idea of a more closely connected Balkan region.
Below is the recording of the live stream from the event.
> How have our local communities and where we live change because of COVID?
> How do freelancers and coworking move forward?
> What is the future of work now?
COVID-19 showed us that less is more. So CCCSEE 2020 will gather 10 speakers world-wide professionals and overall amazing individuals who are currently shaping the global coworking community and who will share their knowledge, passion and experience in the areas of Coworking, Coliving, Remote Work, Digital Nomadism, Social Impact & Responsibility, Women Entrepreneurship, Freelancing, Innovations, Startups communities, Networking, Personal Development and many more.
Predrag Pedro Gajic
With more than 14 years of experience, Predrag Gajic has lead business and people operations all over the globe, with stints in Serbia, Portugal, Russia, and Uganda.
For the last five years, he has been a prominent member of the People Operations team at Toptal, using his skills to find the top developers around the world. And now he is Head of Growth – Human Capital at Symphony.
Matt Lesniak is a co-founder and Head of Impact & Innovation at Conscious Coliving.
He is responsible for designing community experience and impact strategies and measuring the social value of coliving communities.
Cate is the London Mayor of StartupHome which is a social enterprise coliving in Islington.
She is also the UK and Head of ambassador for Co-Liv.
Cate comes from a financial and fashion background with a good knowledge of the real estate sector.
Her expertise is bringing people together and gathering passionate people in the same place as she strongly believes this is the formula of innovation.
On top of the above, she is a podcaster, educator and community facilitator with a deep knowledge of operations in the coliving sector.
Antonin Yuji Maeno
Cofounder, Parent Architect, Cutwork Studios
Recent projects include Station F, the largest startup campus in the world and home to over 1,000 startups and the European hubs of Facebook, Microsoft, and Ubisoft and the first large scale coliving space in France with 100-shared apartments and 600-bedrooms.
Cutwork has been the recipient of multiple awards in Europe for design, innovation, and entrepreneurship including being named in the Top 30 CleanTech startups in Europe, Grand Prix de Paris for Innovation in Design, an Accenture Innovation Awards 2017 Finalist, and a Top-100 Global Startup at Hello Tomorrow 2016 + 2017.
Larisa Halilovic is an education expert, TEDx speaker and executive trainer and mentor with over 20 years of experience in leadership, management and professional development. Over the course of her career, Larisa has led international teams and projects in Education and Digital Industry in eight countries of the world, including two global pilots: Blended Learning and Digital Cities.
Larisa holds qualifications from Cambridge University, UK and Auckland University, New Zealand, in the area of Adult Education, Linguistics and Psychology. Her current research focuses on the role of Emotional Intelligence and Values-Based Leadership in the times of digital transformation.
Larisa is the Director of British Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management, International Society of Qualified Coaches, Creative Mentorship Advisory Board.
Alex Hillman (USA)
Alex Hillman is always thinking about the intersection of people, relationships, trust and business.
These days, he splits his time between running Indy Hall (one of the world’s oldest fully independent coworking spaces), teaching creative people how to bootstrap their own business without relying on outside funding, and collaborating with people and organizations towards the goal of helping 10,000 people become sustainably independent by 2029.
Tamara Nikolić Đerić (Croatia)
Tamara Nikolic Ðeric (1983) holds degrees in Ethnology/cultural anthropology and Indology/oriental studies. Since 2008 has been working as a curator for the Ethnographic Museum of Istria.
Along with other Museum activities she started and still runs the first Ethnographic film festival in Croatia, ETNOFILm, dedicated to visual documentation and interpretation of ICH. Since 2014
Nikolic Ðeric collaborates as a professional program manager and from 2017 as President of Ecomuseum Batana (UNESCO Register of Good safeguarding practices, 2016). Since 2017 collaborates with UNESCO (ICH sector) as a trainer for the implementation of the 2003 Convention.
She is a PhD candidate at the Department for Ethnology and Cultural anthropology at the University of Zagreb researching topics on working women, her work is entitled Women and industry: Intersectional analysis of the role and position of Rovinj industrial women workers. She is author of scientific and professional articles and exhibitions.
Kofi Oppong (UK)
Although Kofi was homeless at the age of 17, he went on to have a successful career, at first as a JD sports manager and later a Nike town product manager.
With the knowledge gained and 10 Years working for Nike, Kofi decided to use his experience to give back to the community.
He went on to set up Circle Sports in Westminster & Kingsland High road, an independent sports store that has put 70 N.E.E.T.S (Not In Education Employment or Training) back into long-term employment since opening in 2010. However, Kofi felt that the education system was not as transparent and certain demographics struggle to have access to any information.
From this, he decided to create Urban MBA in 2014 which he describes as the University for Street Entrepreneurs!
Urban MBA empowers 16-25-year-old to start up their own business.
So far within a five-year period, Urban MBA has cultivated over 60 young entrepreneurs, helping them gain over £200,000 in funding to grow their business.
Over 200 have participated in either 6 week or 12-week enterprise programs to help them gain further entrepreneurship knowledge. Urban MBA was created by Kofi to address the 21st-century workforce…
“Currently, there are no jobs for life! Everyone will need entrepreneurial skills!”
Kelsea Crawford (USA)
Wow just doesn’t cover everything!
Kelsea is a passionate female entrepreneur and co-founder/CEO of Cutwork, an innovative architecture and design studio focused on new ways to live and work.
Recent profile projects include Station F, the largest startup campus in the world and the first large scale co-living space in Paris.
Kelsea was nominated for “Forbes 30 Under 30” in 2017 and was named a fellow of the prestigious Kairos Society.
In 2018, Cutwork was named in the top 30 clean-tech startups in Europe.
Željko Crnjaković (Serbia)
He is a tough cookie.
Ok, maybe a tough muffin.
Stubborn enough to stay in coworking for such a long time, learned him how to change, adapt and repeat.
He is the founder of the first coworking space in Subotica in 2013.
Since that time he has continuously been working on promoting and strengthening coworking communities across Serbia and the region while building the local community in Subotica through several iterations of coworking spaces, navigating both ups and downs along the way.
He is also a successful entrepreneur and founder of a digital content agency Solutium, involved with many educational projects for developing entrepreneurship and online business.