It's time for our monthly community update, and we're thrilled to bring you the latest news and developments from CO-architecture.
Future of Work - Melbourne
First off, we're excited to announce that our upcoming Future of Work event will be hitting the road and making its next stop in Melbourne on June 8th. Join us for an industry roundtable discussion on the latest trends in design practice, employment insights, and how a renewed emphasis on flexibility, employee sentiment for wellbeing, and authentic connections is transforming how we work and, ultimately, how we design our cities and neighbourhoods.
Join us as we discuss the future of work in architecture and design, where the roundtable will be co-chaired by CEO of CO-architecture, Kevin Mitchem, and CEO of ArchiBiz, Bec Kempster who will guide the conversation with an exciting cohort of small to large practice, people & culture experts, and researchers & academics.
- Kevin Mitchem - CO-founder, CO-architecture
- Bec Kempster - CEO, Archibiz
- Monique Woodward - Director, WOWOWA Architecture
- James Cadler - Global Director, ERA-co
- Ingrid Bakker - Principal and Commercial & Workplace Sector Leader, Hassell
- Dr. Agustin Chevez - Research Lead, Workplace Future at Swinburne University of Technology
Find out more information and RSVP your spot here.
Behind the scenes, we've been working diligently on fresh features for our platform that will foster connections and facilitate sharing among our community. While we can't spill all the details just yet, we are eagerly anticipating the launch of these features in the upcoming weeks. We're committed to providing the industry with tools that facilitate sharing and growth, and we're eager to witness how our users engage with the new features.
We are thrilled to share that the number of registered users on CO-architecture has surpassed 6,300, with an additional 7,200 newsletter subscribers and over 560,000 followers on social media. We anticipate even more rapid growth as we prepare to launch new community features on our platform. We can't wait for the months ahead.
You may have noticed that our digital publication, Site, recently underwent a refresh. Site is where we bring together our community through stories, news, projects, and resources. We're thrilled to see the publication continue to expand, and we've had the pleasure of featuring the work of some of Australia's most talented architects and designers.
If you'd like to contribute to Site please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org.
We've recently tackled several bugs that were impacting the performance of the platform. As a team, we take these issues seriously and prioritise ensuring that our platform runs seamlessly for our users. If you encounter any bugs on the platform, please don't hesitate to contact our support team at email@example.com.
Thanks for being a part of our community, and as always, we appreciate your feedback and suggestions on how we can continue to improve our platform.
Wishing you all a great May!
Wade, Kevin & Luke