The hybrid work concept of Avila Spaces, whose maximum exponent is the new Avila Work City, the first Portuguese coworking space integrated in a shopping centre, was presented as a success case and 'state of the art' in the international conferences Cowork Summit (Madrid) and Cowork Europe Conference 2022 (Amsterdam), organised by Social Workplaces.
"Avila Spaces is one of the European pioneers in the coworking market. So we are not surprised that it was the first in Portugal, and one of the first in Europe, to demonstrate that coworking in shopping centres makes a lot of sense, both for digital nomads and for the operators themselves, who can thus diversify their activities and enrich the proposition of value of the locations," said Jean-Yves Huwart, CEO of Social Workplaces.
"The 'coworking - shopping centres' alliance is, as we see from the Avila Spaces concept, a formula for success, a pioneering venture in the sector at European level and in Portugal. In Madrid, Avila participated in a very interesting round table where different success stories were discussed," highlighted Eduardo Salsamendi, president of ProWorkspaces, the Spanish association of business centres and other workspaces, responsible for organising the Cowork Summit.
In these two conferences (attended by more than six hundred people), the advantages of Avila Spaces were highlighted as a strategic partner in hybrid working models, in the creation of satellite offices and in talent retention/attraction programmes.
The fact that it has an all-inclusive regime, with access to a
premium lounge, individual workstations, meeting rooms fully equipped with the
latest technologies and leisure activities for clients, makes Avila Spaces the
ideal choice for companies and self-employed people who are, at this time of
uncertainty and redefinition, making a streamlining of costs and lease