The Future Of Work Forum Is Coming to San Francisco on April 29th!

I’m very proud to share some exciting news about the FOWC (Future of Work Community). We have grown quite a bit over the past few months and now have over 30 global brands from around the world as members. These are some of the world’s most forward thinking and progressive organizations such as Sanofi, MasterCard, Whirlpool, Aramark, T-Mobile, CEMEX, Prudential, RSA, Polycom, SAP, and many others. All of these companies get access to a valuable network and resources to help future proof themselves and their employees. We explore everything from freelancers and collaboration technology to robots and automation to innovation and millennials in the workplace. Members do all of this in a beautiful platform we created from scratch.

Now we are taking this one step further by introducing our first Future of Work Forum, which will be held in San Francisco on April 29th. Polycom and Udemy have graciously decided to sponsor the event that features executive speakers from companies such as Linkedin, PwC, Unisys, Mulesoft, Fitbit, Elance-Odesk, and more. Most conferences today cost over 2k a year and for that amount you not only get access to our events, but also to a valuable network of your peers…for a whole year! The full agenda for the future of work forum can be viewed online. This will be a more intimate event with breakfast, lunch, and dinner included as well as a special behind-the-scenes tour of the amazing Airbnb offices.

If you would like to attend you can either request an invite to join the community or email me directly: Jacob [at] FOWCommunity [dot] com.

We have lots of exciting things planned for the FOWC, which are now affectionately known as the #FOWCrazies (a name one of our members came up with). I hope you will join me and these other leading companies on this exciting journey to explore the future of work!

Jacob is an author, speaker, and futurist. You can learn more by visiting

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