GWA Board of Directors Election 2015
We are pleased to announce that this year six (6) members will appear on the ballot for the two (2) seats that are up for election to the Global Workspace Association (GWA) Board of Directors. (Two candidates are running for the one Treasurer seat and four candidates are running for the one open At-Large seat.)
Space Matters - GWA's eNewsletter
"For the first time in a while I bring this message to you from my office here in sunny Northern California. With the onset of fall this is the most exciting time for the Global Workspace Association as we are now two weeks away from our conference in Denver."
2015 GWA Industry Financial Study Available Now – FREE for Member Participants & Associate Members!
GWA’s 2015 Financial Study of the industry is now available. The study is $499 for non-members; $249 for members but is FREE for members who participated in the study – and FREE for all current Associate Members!
‘The Future of Work and the Workplace’ Featured at October Conference
Chris Hood and Emily Neff of CBRE will discuss the internal workplace transformation from the perspective of those who study, service, consult and design both serviced and (heretofore known as) 'conventional' workspaces in a not-to-be missed panel on Friday, October 23rd in Denver at GWA’s 29th Annual Conference.
Panel on ‘Services That Should Be Added …. And Dropped’ Features Four Sectors of Serviced Workspace
Vicki Jenings from Incubator Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority; Ashley Korner from large, multi-location business center Carr Workplaces; Chad Johnson from coworking space Thrive Workplace; and Emily Larson from Office Evolution, an Office Business Center franchise with an emphasis on Virtual Office clients will lead a panel on services on Friday.