May’s conference was jam packed full of amazing speakers from in and around the world of the flexible workspace! Themes and trends centred around sustainability and wellbeing from various perspectives as well repurposing data, energy, partnerships and making clever use of marketing.
With everything going on at the moment the word ‘humanity’ keeps rightly popping up. What about ‘humanity in the workplace’? I thought this was a very worthwhile topic to explore. As business owners, team heads, whatever line of business we’re in we owe it to ourselves and those in our workplace to try and be [&helli
The flexible workspace industry is heavily marketed as promoting its green environmental credentials and low carbon footprint, championing less commuting, LED lighting, green teams, roof gardens and electric car charging points. But there are many elements to sustainability and not just those relating to the buildings that peo
‘Real life flex’ – Can you reimagine to what extent flexibility and choice could impact your life? What about working in a culture that truly aligns with your values, surrounded by people that get you and who want to hear your ideas? I’ve been working in the flex workspace industry for over 10 years. Li
Suzanne’s been working in the flex workspace industry for over 10 years. Listen in & find out more in a recent podcast when ‘The Excell Group’ interviewed her about what life’s like in Northern Ireland. ‘This week Brussels Sprouts goes global as we talk to the extraordinary co-founder of North
Are you or your team members in the right flexible workspace environment for their role in the business and that it fits them as individuals? Consistently putting yourself and your team in their highest energy zone to be their happiest and most productive selves isn’t easy especially if you’re not all working in the same
Your company’s culture is at the centre of your business, it’s unique to you and can determine your team’s happiness, energy and productivity as well as the overall success of the business. It takes time to establish, continued effort from the whole team not just from top down and everyone should feel involved and valued
Keeping a coworking community engaged during a pandemic and working from home??? Kate Tattersfield, journalist & copywriter caught up with Suzanne Murdock, Our Co-Founder and Director part way through the pandemic to understand how The Hub as a coworking operator was keeping its member communities engaged during this time.
Coworking is defined as the sharing of a flexible workspace by (typically) self-employed, independent professionals who wish to work together in a communal, collaborative setting rather than the traditional employee-only office. More recently these spaces are being referred to as ‘flex spaces‘. Most coworking space
Being lonely at work can have a negative impact on business in the long term. Coworking and flexible office spaces can bring a sense of community, connectivity, calmness and wellbeing as well as a more structured day. Isolation and feeling lonely seem like very personal, private problems, but they are much more than that. Thes
Coworking has been growing steadily over the last decade because many people now recognise the benefits to working in this type of environment and in recent times its frequently been referred to as ‘flex space’. Demand for coworking, flexible office space and desk hire has increased massively in last last few years
Remote working is so much more productive take it from someone who commuted to work an hour each way for years. An hour on a good day! Our coworking network was founded a decade ago and I really do realise now how lucky we are to be so brilliantly located for business and for life. […]
Liam Brogan, coworking member of The Hub Newry, a partner in Killowen Distillery, along with co-founder and head-distiller Brendan Carty and team; have adapted to some of the challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak by changing production from whiskey and craft spirits to the World Health Organisation approved formulation 1 of Al
“Having to convince everybody that you do, in fact, have a real job?” With everything going on right now people will realise that just because your job might be home based or remotely based that you do actually do more than: Start your day at midday whilst still lying in your bed Take phone calls […]
The Hub Newry is here to help you stay sane, alive, and to get you back on track. Our initial response plan is aligned with putting our members and community first and keeping them safe. We are effectively communicating through a moving target, crisis management, running a marathon without a finish line so we have […]
Due to the progression of the (COVID-19) Coronavirus our scheduled events have been postponed until further notice. We are disappointed but following government advice, have decided to take this measure to keep our members and wider community safe. As soon as we have more news we will update you!