Keep up to date about the coworking movement
Chiang Mai (Thailand) is to host the third [Coworking Unconference ASIA](http://www.cuasia.co/ "") this week. Members of the coworking community from more than 30 countries will participate in the event, which has become a must for anyone who wants all the latest on the coworking movement. This year's core theme is "Creative Convergence: Exploring the intersection of work."
Last week saw the second CUAsia conference, which was held in Bali. It has become one of the 'must' events for the coworking community with more than 220 participants from 31 countries this year. After some very intense days, it's time for us to reflect upon everything that we learnt, the experiences we shared and the places we visited. The conference's setting and the community gathered there, but most certainly the hard work, dedication and attention to detail on the part of the organising team, made the event extremely special.
The [CUASIA unconference 2016](http://www.cuasia.co/ "CUASIA coworking unconference 2016") will be held next week in Ubud (Bali). For the second year running, the event will bring together members of the coworking community from thirty countries. This time the central theme will explore how to live, work and learn differently in the growing collaborative economy.
[The Coworking Europe Conference](http://coworkingeurope.net/ "") is just around the corner. On 11th, 12th and 13th November, Milan will take centre stage of the coworking scene, when an expected 350+ space managers and coworking enthusiasts from Europe, United States, Canada and many other countries will take to the Italian metropolis. This is the sixth occasion that the event has taken place and it has become one of the main benchmarks for keeping up to date with the movement's evolution, trends and new models. It is also the perfect opportunity for networking with other space managers.