“I didn’t expect that people would come to work for 10 hours, and sometimes I had to kick them out of the office [in Lisbon] because the weather was awesome!”
— Peter Fabor, Surf Office
It is dusk on a Friday in Lisbon. Waves crash on a white, pristine beach. You peek out through your office window as surfers hit the waves. You smile and continue working, content in the knowledge that ‘this’ is your office – and your home. The Industrial Revolution decreed that where you work and where you live are separate but Peter Fabor, founder of innovative co-working space Surf Office, has rejected this notion and turned it on its head with co-working spaces where you work, sleep and live together.
Host Paul Miller takes us on a journey where conference calls follow excursions to the mountains, and where we replace swapping business cards with cooking breakfast together. He is joined by guests Peter Fabor and Phil Mennie, Global Social Media Risk and Governance Leader at the large consulting and accounting firm PwC. Find out how Peter and Phil see our relationship with our work (and our homes) evolving.