Coworking became very popular alternative to traditional working places. This place is based on values such as community, openness, collaboration, accessibility and sustainability and it creates alternative working place for networking and entrepreneurship. The objective of the study was to analyse and contrast the main services offered by each centre in relation to the networking potential and development of services for cross-border cooperation. The added value of the paper can be seen in the original suggestions for cooperation between centres in different forms of networking in a type of cross-border cooperation in the Czech-Polish area.
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Jarmila Šebestová, Associate Professor, is an experienced researcher dealing with small businesses. She has participated in a number of international projects, including IPREGInnovative Policy Research for Economic Growth and the E-WORLD project (International Entrepreneurs Network). She is Vice President of the European Council of Small Businesses for the Czech Republic. Research interests: small business performance, small business dynamics.
Roman Šperka, Associate Professor and Head of Business Economics and management Department at Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina, Czech Republic. He has participated in several EU and institutional projects. He is Programme Co-Chair of KES-AmSTA conference. Research interests: business process management, process mining, modeling and simulation of social systems.
Joanna Małecka, Ph.D. student and lecturer at the Faculty of Engineering management, Poznań university of Technology. M.sc. in mathematics (specialization in applying mathematics with IT elements in banking and insurance) and graduate in psychology in management with many years of experience in business. Practical experience in the fields of: developing procurement policies, assessing and developing new market opportunities, gained in 2002-2017 at the positions of: director of purchasing departments in an international DIY chain.
Teresa Łuczka is full professor, Head of Chair of Entrepreneurship and Business Communication, Faculty of Engineering Management, Poznań university of Technology. Since early 1990s, focused on issues of small and medium-sized enterprises. Author of numerous articles and books on “Capital as an Object of Financial management in Small and medium-Sized Enterprises” or “Women’s Entrepreneurship”. Awarded the medal of the National Education