LISTEN LEARN LEVERAGE

This event is all about the people and the communities. Despite being recognized as an evolving and, at times, a turbulent region, South East Europe has always kept a local flavor for exchange of ideas, knowledge and culture. Regional dynamics between people/communities in the past decade have fostered a way for overcoming impediments creatively – allowing a number of individuals to grasp the true SEE potential. This is precisely why we want the Coworking & Coliving Conference South East Europe to serve as a connecting hub for those visionaries, presenting the way they think, talk and how they see the future of work. Join us in listening, learning and leveraging the exchange of knowledge for a different tomorrow.

 

The conference is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through the German-Serbian Initiative for Sustainable Growth and Employment

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Our Speakers

CCCSEE 2019 will gather more than 40 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.

8:30 - 9:30
Registration and morning coffee
9:30-10:00
Welcome address:
  • Miroslav Mijatov

• Miroslav Mijatov, CCCSEE
• Thomas Schieb, Ambassador of Germany in Serbia
• Ana Brnabić, Prime Minister RS

10:00 - 10:40
Key Note Lazar Džamić: Talent harvesting - the end of average
  • Lazar Džamić (Serbia)
10:40 - 11:10
Panel: Coworking TODAY – Serbia, Region, World
  • Ivan Brkljač
  • Carsten Foertsch (Germany)
  • Mina Stefanović (Serbia)

Moderator: Ivan Brkljač, Mokrin House
Participants:
• Carsten Foertsch – Deskmag
• Mina Stefanović - DELI Niš Coworking

11:10 - 11:30
Key Note Martin Cuff: Coworking as the Serbian Tourism Jackpot
  • Martin Cuff (UK)

Martin Cuff, Serbia Creates

11:30 - 12.00
Coffee break
12:00 - 12:20
Key Note Tamara Kojić: The Community Algorithm - How it Works
  • Tamara Kojić

Tamara Kojić, Mokrin House

12:20 - 12:40
Key Note Matthew Trinetti: Building a Community that Connects
  • Matthew Trinetti (USA)

Matthew Trinetti, GiveLiveExplore

12:40 - 13:10
Tribute to Matija Raos: Who Stole the Good Spirit of Coworking?
  • Miroslav Mijatov
  • Marija Raos Fitzhugh (Croatia)
  • Jeannin Van der Linden (Netherlands)

Participants:
• Miroslav Mijatov, CCCSEE
• Marija Raos Fitzhugh
• Jeannine van der Linden, European Coworking Assembly

13:10 - 13:50
Panel Discussion: Fuck Up!
  • Željko Crnjaković (Serbia)
  • Samantha Hulls (Scotland)
  • Ryo Koshikawa Ragland (Japan)

Moderator: Željko Crnjaković, Infostudhub

Participants:

• Samantha Hulls, The Melting Pot
• Ryo Ragland, Share Square

14:00 - 15:00
LUNCH
15:00 - 16:00
Panel Discussion: Can Coworking Change Your Life?
  • Marc Navarro (Spain)
  • Tobias Kremkau (Germany)
  • Mike LaRosa (USA)

Moderator: Marc Navarro

Participants:
• Tobias Kremkau, St. Oberholz
• Mike LaRosa, Coworkaholic
• Mubarak Muaz, Foundry Hub

16:00 - 16:20
Key Note Kofi Oppong: Inclusivity
  • Kofi Oppong (UK)

Kofi Oppong, Urban MBA

16:20 - 17:00
Panel Discussion: Startups in Coworking Ecosystem
  • Miroslav Mijatov
  • Bogdan Habić (Serbia)
  • Predrag Gajić (Serbia)
  • Dragana Jovčić (Serbia)

Moderator: Miroslav Mijatov, CCCSEE
Participants:
• Bogdan Habić, Tenderly App
• Predrag Gajić, Toptal
• Dragana Jovičić, Uradi Zaradi and Home Manager

17:00
Explore Belgrade (optional)
9:00 - 9:10
Morning Welcome by the organizers
9:10 - 9:30
Workshop Pitch Presentation
09:30 - 10:00
Key Note Slavimir Stojanović Futro: Life Design
  • Slavimir Stojanović (Serbia)

Slavimir Stojanović Futro, Futro Design

10:00 - 10:30
Key Note Kelsea Crawford: New Ways to Live and Work - The Future of Design for Coliving and Coworking Spaces
  • Kelsea Crawford (USA)

Kelsea Crawford, Cutwork

10:30 - 11:30
WORKSHOPS
  • Bernie J. Mitchell (UK)
  • Relja Bobić (Serbia)
  • Lenneke Van Rossum (Netherlands)
  • Luka Prstojević (Serbia)

1. Coworking Sales & Marketing Channels - What Really Works! – Bernie J. Mitchell
2. Team Management Workshop - Relja Bobić, Nova Iskra
3. Must Events in Your Coworking Space - Luka Prstojević, KC LAB
4. Serendipity Machine - Lenneke van Rossum

11:30 - 12:00
COFFEE BREAK
12:00 - 12:40
Panel Discussion: Girl Power & What is Your Purpose
  • Tamara Kojić (Serbia)
  • Jelena Čađenović (Serbia)
  • Bojana Višekruna (Serbia)
  • Jovana Ružičić (Serbia)

Moderator: Tamara Kojić, Mokrin House

Participants:
• Jelena Čađenović, Vip mobile
• Bojana Višekruna, Serbia Creates
• Jovana Ružičić, Centar za mame

12:40 - 13.30
Panel Discussion: New Generation Entrepreneurs
  • Marija Radovanović (Serbia)
  • Darko Radičanin (Serbia)
  • Dejana Baltes (Serbia)
  • Vladimir Trkulja (Serbia)

Moderator: Marija Radovanović, GIZ

Participants:
• Darko Radičanin, Junior Achievement Serbia
• Dejana Baltes, OPENS
• Vladimir Trkulja, co-founder Startit

13.30 - 14:00
Panel Discussion: Two Sides of Social Entrepreneurship
  • Claire Carpenter (Scotland)
  • Sabrina Schifrer (Austria)
  • Pavle Krivokuća (Serbia)

Moderator: Claire Carpenter, The Melting Pot / Coworking Accelerator

Participants:
• Sabrina Schifrer, Gain & Sustain
• Pavle Krivokuća, Impact Hub

14:00 - 15:00
LUNCH
15:00 - 15:40
Panel Discussion: Networking in Networks
  • Mirela Marović Omerzu (Croatia)
  • Luka Piškorič (Slovenia)
  • Aleksandar Janičić (Montenegro)

Moderator: Mirela Marović Omerzu, BIZkoshnica

Participants:
• Luka Piškorič, Poligon
• Aleksandar Janičić, Tehnopolis

15:40 - 16:30
Panel Discussion: Size Does Matter - Real Estate v. Coworking
  • Marija Raos Fitzhugh (Croatia)
  • Stéphanie Brisson (Canada)
  • Emil Shekerdzhiiski (Israel)
  • Veljko Bogdanović (Serbia)

Moderator: Marija Raos Fitzhugh
Participants:
• Stephanie Brisson, Techspace
• Emil Shekerdzhiiski, Networking Premium
• Veljko Bogdanović, Smart Office

16:40 - 17:00
Key Note Jennifer Buxton: Small Spaces, Big Problems
  • Jennifer Buxton (USA)

Jennifer Buxton, BETA Bar

17.00
Explore Belgrade (optional)
8:30 - 11:00
Travel to Mokrin House
11:00 - 11:20
Coffee Break in Mokrin House
11:20 - 11:30
Welcome speech & Mokrin House background Ivan Brkljač
  • Ivan Brkljač

Ivan Brkljač, Mokrin House

11:30 - 12:00
Key Note Branimir Brkljač: Digital Solitude
  • Branimir Brkljač (Serbia)

Branimir Brkljač, Experienced Beginner

(Are we truly closely connected nowadays and how available are we?)

12:00 - 12.30
Key Note: Coliving Today
  • Gui Perdrix (France)
  • Bryce Willem (USA)

Gui Perdrix, Co-Liv
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Bryce Willem, Cutwork

12:30 - 13.30
LUNCH
13:30 - 14:10
Panel Discussion: Remote Work / Remote Life
  • Mike LaRosa (USA)
  • Kai Magnus Busch (Germany)
  • Claire Carpenter (Scotland)

Moderator: Mike LaRossa, Coworkaholic

Participants:
• Kai Magnus Busch, Seline
• Claire Carpenter, The Melting Pot / Coworking Accelerator

14:10 - 14:40
Panel Discussion: Strong Communities – Successful Crowdfunding
  • Luka Piškorič (Slovenia)
  • Nikoleta Kosovac (Serbia)
  • Dragana Petković (Serbia)
  • Andreja Koršič (Serbia)

Moderator: Luka Piškorič, Poligon

Participants:
• Nikoleta Kosovac, Liceulice
• Dragana Petković, co-founder Startit
• Andreja Koršič, Impact Hub Beograd

14:40 - 15:40
Mokrin House Farm Visit
15:50
Departure from Mokrin House to Belgrade
20:00
CCCSEE PARTY
*The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the event program agenda.

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We already have awesome partners and sponsors who are supporting our event which allowed us to keep ticket prices at an affordable level. We also take care of the planet, we do not print our tickets and use QR codes. Let’s save every tree :) In addition, we pledged to take care of those in need and assigned 70% of the late tickets’ price to go to charities that are doing amazing work locally. Early birds score the best deal, so hurry up and get your ticket today!

earlybird
Early bird ticket
January - March

150€

Individually Legal entity*
regular
Regular ticket
April - June

250€

Individually Legal entity*
late
Late
ticket
July - September

350€

Individually Legal entity*
charity
Charity ticket
1st – 9th October

500€

Individually Legal entity*
students
Student pass TBD

*and every other non-legal entity that wants to pay via invoice.

** Members of Coworking  Association of Serbia have a special price discount. For further information please contact write@cccsee.com.

Still have some questions?

How can I buy tickets?

You can buy tickets Individually or can any other Legal entity (company, organisation, NGO, association, etc.)

Is there any ticket discount?

Yes! Individually, we offer early bird tickets from January to March 2019. If you are a looking into buying a bulk of tickets for a group, let us know – we can always make a special offer.

Where should I stay during conference?

You can stay at one of the suggested accommodations. Those are our partners and they will provide you with a nice accommodation with some discount on top. See more on our Accommodation page and find the place that suits your needs!

Where is the conference located?

CCCSEE 2019 will be held at two amazing locations. The venue for first two days will be held in Kombank Hall in Belgrade city center, while attendees will spend the third day in Mokrin House, a coliving and coworking space located in the north of Serbia. Prepare yourself to be amazed!

Is airport transfer provided?

While the Conference offers no organised transport, we can definitely assist you with that. For more information, feel free to contact us.

Does my ticket allows me to enter all conference areas and events?

Yes! We consider all our guests as VIPs! Each ticket allows participation in all activities and in all venues that are part of the CCCSEE 2019 main agenda (this excludes optional activities that need to be booked separately).

Why should I come to CCCSEE 2019?

Good question! We are sure that CCCSEE will be an event that people will talk about for a long time, so you want to be a part of the movement. In addition, we are committed to bringing together regional and world visionaries in the field, provide the platform for creative thinkers to connect and establish a regional hub – or as we like to call it a small CCCSEE revolution. Being at the forefront of changes in the region is always a good idea, don’t you think? Did we mention rakija? Well, that too!

From the blog.

Belgrade,
Mokrin

  • Kombank Hall,
    14 Dečanska Street,
    Belgrade
  • Mokrin House,
    25 Svetog Save Street,
    Mokrin
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