Business Link is one of the largest coworking centers in Poland. It’s constantly expanding, and it currently has 16 outlets that cover all the country’s main regional cities. As Business Link is now entering the Czech market too, I’ve asked Jarosław Bator, Business Link’s COO, a few questions to unveil the secret of the company’s success.
Take a look at the visual and content series of photographs Chrámy nové doby (Temples of the New Era) of art photographer Jiří Šebek. It is a counterpart to the classic style of Prague buildings and to Šebek's typical work. For this set, the author won the Czech Press Photo Award in 2016.
Marc Kushner, CEO of Architizer, zooms through the past thirty years of architecture to show how the public, once disconnected, have become an essential part of the design process. With the help of social media, feedback reaches architects years before a building is even created. Digital media as such, according to Kushner, are the reason why starchitects such as Frank Gehry or Zaha Hadid emerged.
The international IT firm NEORIS, or more precisely its Prague branch, prevailed in the Office for Future Challenges category of last year’s Meeting Room of the Year awards. So — what do their work spaces look like? And how do they work within NEORIS’ daily operations?
The CEEQA Awards are important annual industry recognition for business achievement in commercial real estate investment and development across 18 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. They recognise the best buildings, companies and industry professionals of the sector year.
What services do people expect to have on-site at their workplace? They want a weight room or a good cafe nearby much more than a nursery. This is one of the conclusions from a huge survey of over 2,500 employees across the Czech Republic.