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Terms and Conditions to win one of two ticktes for the Workplace Trends Research Summit 2021

General information on the raffle

This is a project by the non-profit project “Coworking Library” – a project by the European Coworking Assembly

The European Coworking Assembly is a Dutch foundation registered with the Kamer van Koophandel Netherlands under the name Stichting European Coworking Assembly, number 73105058 with its address at: Zandheuvel 52 B, 4901HW, Oosterhout, the Netherlands.

The competition is open to anybody aged 18 years or over except the three co-founders of the Coworking Library or anybody who is in charge of judging the competition.

There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this raffle.

By entering this raffle, entrants agree to be bound by these terms and conditions

Starting date for entries is 8 April 2021, 0:00 CET. Closing date for entries will be 16 April, 24:00 CET. After this date the no further entries to the raffle will be permitted.

No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.

The Coworking Library also reserves the right to cancel the raffle if circumstances arise outside of its control.

The rules of the raffle and how to enter are as follows:

Submission of entries within the raffle

All submissions must be made through this form: https://coworkinglibrary.com/submit-a-publication/

You can submit multiple submissions. This will not increase your chances to win one of two tickets for the Workplace Trends Research Summit 2021.

In case of multiple contributions of the same entry we will count the first one that has been entered in the database. The submission form is set up to indicate if a URL has been entered already once you fill it in.


Each person can win one of two tickets for the Workplace Trends Research Summit 2021.

The Coworking Library is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.

The winner will be notified by email within 2 days of the closing date.

If the winner cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 2 days after notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

Judgement of entries

The Coworking Library team will decide if an entry counts as a valid entry. These fields are mandatory and have to be filled out with valid information in the submission form:

  • Author(s) Full Names
  • Publication Title
  • Publication Year
  • Where can we find the publication online? (public link to publication, original upload, e.g. no uploads on ResearchGate and other platforms)
  • Open access: yes/no
  • Abstract in English (If there is none, please provide one by translating the most relevant information)
  • Publication Language
  • Keywords (Enter 3 in English and 3 in the original language.)
  • Publication Language
  • Country of Publication

You may enter the following publications that have a focus on coworking, collaborative (work) spaces or coliving: Books, Chapters in books, papers, conference papers, open data, data/statistics, Dissertations, MA Thesis projects.

You may not enter the following publications: blog posts or (online) articles, BA Thesis, coworking maps and directories, links to websites with numerous resources.

Each entry will be reviewed before it will be published in the Coworking Library database.

Winners will be chosen randomly from all entries that have been received and verified by the Coworking Library team and or its agents by drawing two names that have been written on equal size paper notes without looking at them. 

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Fraud and Misuse

In case of fraud and maluse of the submission form or any other services or tools used within the competition, the responsible person will be banned and disqualified by our administrators from all tools and services.


If you use our community (the Coworking Library server, our virtual sessions on Zoom or any other service we use within the challenge) for spamming – sending inappropriate messages that are clearly off-topic – you will be removed from those groups without warning by our administrators.

Data Protection

By taking part in the competition as well as submitting publications to the Coworking Library, the participant confirms that they have read the Privacy Policy and agree to the terms it contains.

The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material, as well as their entry. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.