Small Business Week at WeWork

From April 29 through May 3, join us for a week of global events dedicated to helping small businesses around the world grow in key areas for success in 2024. Don’t miss AI workshops, Lunch & Learn sessions, and more.


Celebrating Small Businesses

This Small Business Week, we’ve teamed up with General Purpose—a leading professional training organization focused on AI—to help upskill professionals looking to take advantage of the technology everyone is talking about: generative AI. Plus, we’ll be celebrating global startups, entrepreneurs, and business owners with programming at local WeWork locations. From branding workshops to AI master classes, join us for expert-led, skill-building events.

Small Business in the Age of AI: Threat or Opportunity

Tuesday, April 30,
9am PT/12pm ET/5pm BST

WeWork 10 York Rd in London or virtual

Discover ways to unlock the potential of AI for your small business. Join us in London to hear from the experts at General Purpose on how to maximize AI at work and learn about real-world insights from a panel of small business leaders—plus, stay to enjoy complimentary sips and snacks. Not based in London? Enjoy the virtual live stream

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AI Training Workshop with General Purpose

Wednesday, May 1 and Thursday, May 2


Interested in using AI effectively and efficiently at work? Register for a virtual AI Essentials for Small Business interactive workshop with General Purpose, and gain skills and insights into how to make the most of using AI for your business.

Register for a session →

Lunch & Learns at WeWork

Tuesday, April 30 and Thursday, May 2

Select locations globally

Join other business owners and entrepreneurs as we exchange ideas, network and learn new skills over lunch. 

Check out featured locations below, and download the WeWork app to book a desk and find an event near you.

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Join us for an event in your city

*The advice received is based upon the opinions of General Purpose, a third-party service provider and is not necessarily the views of WeWork or its employees. WeWork assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the advice. The information contained in these discussions and training is provided on an “as is” basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness and without any warranties of any kind whatsoever, express or implied.