Join us for the first night out of two exploring how creative work will take place in the future. Throughout the night we will question and investigate trends and evolving dynamics that will change the way we live and work.

Marcel Kampman is a creative strategist, strategic creative and founder of Happykamping. Happykamping helps people and organisations with sense-making for change-making through creativity and design. To do that, Happykamping continuously taps into its extensive network to assemble or to be part of a team with the requisite variety and depth to frame and solve a specific challenge. Marcel keeps work and play in balance by constantly initiating new projects and by organising creative social events. He was the founder, head and lecturer at the department Interactive/Media/Design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (KABK), board member of the Association of Dutch Designers (BNO), initiator of Project Dreamschool, initiator of Texelse Boys. Just to name a few. With his Happyplaces Project, he is currently investigating the motives, ideas, methods, opinions and insights from a wide variety of people from all over the world. To learn and to share how they create or facilitate space and where their boundaries lie. Then to map these, and translate the findings into hands-on tools, which help to create better spaces and places where people know that they are where they are meant to be.

Reed Finlay is the Director of Product development at WeWork, who designs and builds physical and virtual communities where entrepreneurs share space and office services and have the opportunity to work together. As of January 2015, WeWork had 51 co-working locations in across the U.S., Europe and Israel with plans to expand to reach every continent (except Antarctica) by 2017. WeWork was named among the "most innovative companies" of 2015 by Fast Company magazine. Reed is also the founder of MATTER Design Lab and a Contributor to Planet Experts, an environmentally focused, news and social media website.

Irene Pereyra is the co-founder of the Brooklyn based design studio "Anton & Irene". She has led the strategy and UX initiatives for clients including The Met, Kickstarter, Balenciaga, Wacom, Zumtobel, USA Today, EA, Spotify, Google, Nickelodeon, Karim Rashid, Shantell Martin, BBC and Red Bull for both the web and cross-platform applications. Her work has been recognized by Cannes, The Webbys, The Emmys, The FWA, Awwwards, Interaction Design Association and The European Design Awards.

Irene has been a guest speaker at numerous conferences such as OFFF and FITC, and has lectured at SVA in New York City, Hyper Island in Stockholm, Elisava in Barcelona, and the Design Academy in Eindhoven. Her personal projects have been displayed in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Paris, New York, Cincinnati, Singapore and Tegucigualpa.

Justin Gignac is the co-founder of Working Not Working which is a global network of talent that’s changing the way creatives and companies connect and collaborate. Creatives broadcast their real-time availability directly to companies looking to hire them. Apple, Google, Droga5, Wieden+Kennedy, Airbnb, Kickstarter, IDEO, The New York Times, and hundreds of other companies are now using Working Not Working as an extension of their creative departments. Prior to starting Working Not Working, Justin was an award-winning Art Director and Creative Director at ad agencies around the country. Perhaps he's best known for helping create the original and unexpectedly unleashing the world’s elf fetish, with over 800 million elves created

To help us do so we’re very excited to have three stellar speakers: Irene Pereyra from Anton and Irene, a Brooklyn based design studio with an interesting approach to work, Reed Finley from co-working imperium WeWork and Justin Gignac from Working Not Working – a global network of talent that’s changing the way creatives and companies connect and collaborate.

SPACE10 x Startup Everywhere

What Works is a two-day exploration of ideas, talks and experiences hosted by SPACE10 and Startup Everywhere. Based out of Copenhagen we will look into how creative work will take place in the future by questioning and investigating trends and evolving dynamics that will change the way we live and work. We have invited a number of speakers to share their stories and ideas with us and start a conversation about work in general and where we see the society and world moving towards.

Global reach

While we have the main event in Copenhagen; a number of satellite events will explore the same theme in cities like London, Hongkong, Tokyo, Budapest, Berlin, Lisbon and Blumenau where our event will be live streamed.

Big thanks to all of you who joined us here at SPACE10 in Copenhagen, and to those who tuned into our live stream or joined our satellite events in Berlin, Hong Kong, Lisbon, Budapest, Tokyo, London and Blumenau.

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