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LiquidSpace Announces First Ever Mobile Work Week, December 5th ? 9th, 2011 in Bay Area, California

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 29, 2011

LiquidSpace, the mobile application that helps anybody uncover a wonderful space to perform, nowadays announced the initial ever Mobile Work Week, taking location December 5th ? 9th this year in the Bay Region. The occasion is open to the public and will contain 5 days of lunchtime and evening panels, presentations and parties. Far more data on the event can be discovered at http://www.mobileworkweek.com.

What: Mobile Function Week
When: December 5th ? 9th, 2011
Where: Various venues in Bay Region, CA

The World wide web has changed many industries for the better, and the workspace is no exception. With the arrival of right now?s sharing economy ? brought about by advancements in mobile computing, widespread smartphone adoption and the thought that we can do a lot more with much less ? Mobile Perform Week is championing a new way of obtaining items performed.

Today, there is a new and growing ecosystem that consists of revolutions in almost everything from the locations we function, to the way firms view genuine estate, to the way workspaces are physically designed, to the role of the community in supporting sustainable economic development.

Furthermore, there is an emerging collaborative community growing across organizations and industries. Mobile Work Week is all about connections ? connecting workers to spaces, spaces to designers, designers to city planners, and far more.

?Market is reorganizing itself around a new paradigm: mobility, and Mobile Work Week is all about celebrating and connecting the entire ecosystem, every single and each and every individual that makes mobile working such a reality here,? stated LiquidSpace founder and CEO, Mark Gilbreath. ?We?ve been especially focused here in the Bay Location and we can?t wait to celebrate with the community here.?

More particulars will be released, but highlights of the week contain GigaOm?s Net:Work on Thursday, an intimate fireside chat, a special opening presentation by Mayor Ryan Coonerty and other particular guests in the course of a venue crawl, a developer-focused panel, and a LiquidSpace closing party. Panels and presentations will discover opportunities and challenges around today's mobile worker, addressing crucial troubles to make certain good results as we enter into this new way of working.

To reserve workspace at any of the participating venues, pay a visit to LiquidSpace.com or download the mobile app to speedily and easily make an account, and reserve a spot.

Emerging details and RSVP details can be identified at http://www.mobileworkweek.com.

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