The Hub Newry are delighted to announce our newest project, Maggie’s Coworking Café. This café brings a unique spin on the classic model, allowing you to avail of a versatile space which can be used for almost anything! In addition to calling in for a tea/coffee if you find the space particularly appealing for conducti
Had enough of Brexit? We thought it was a good opportunity to share a good news story about UK and European collaboration, the European Coworking Conference 2018. After the success of last year’s conference in Dublin, this year the conference is being held this week in Amsterdam with over 600 delegates from Europe and other
We’ve taken some time out for a Q&A session with the newest member of The Hub Newry’s team – Abbie Kennedy. In the following interview, you’ll find out what Abbie does on a day to day basis, where she’s worked in the past, her ambitions for the future and what she thinks of coworking! Meet […]
Husband and wife team, Patrick and Suzanne Murdock have launched their third coworking space in Newry six years on from when they first introduced the people of Newry, and indeed Northern Ireland to a concept that was relatively new throughout Ireland at the time. Having lived in London for a number of years, Suzanne and [&hel
How does The Hub Newry fit in to the history of coworking? Today, coworking is huge. Spaces all around the world cater to all kinds of workers looking for a more flexible, productive environment. The first coworking offices only really cropped up twenty or so years ago, yet coworking has already exploded into the mainstream. [
What is coworking? Coworking – what’s that some may ask? Whilst the concept of coworking may still be relatively new to some, it’s becoming a more widely understood and much loved model for workers around the globe, and not just in the major cities like London and Barcelona. That’s something we’re excited about here
Coworking; how we finally delivered the workspace our residents needed! If we are totally honest we never set out to own and operate our own coworking space. As we have found from meeting many UK and European operators over the years the common theme is: “It just sort happened, we were self-employed, we realised that [&helli
In an interview with our partners CoworkingEurope we shared our experiences and stories on bringing coworking to Newry, Northern Ireland and our thoughts on the future of coworking, more recently referred to as ‘flexspaces’. “Coworking can bring tired workspace back to life”-Hub Newry, Northern Ireland In 2012,
Coworking and hospitality are not an obvious marriage but there are many overlaps evolving more and more organically but also as a means to survival. Business can no longer stand still! Tourism, events management and restaurant/bar trades immediately spring to mind when thinking of hospitality so a service based sector fu
This time of year, some of us are at a crossroads with our business or perhaps feel it’s time to reassess what YOU want to do and what you have to offer. Well, that’s fantastic, how exciting! We don’t listen enough to what we’re telling ourselves and to what others are telling us about how […]
Creating social media content that engages with your business’s audience, most importantly its members, is crucial, especially for a coworking space. The challenge is to maintain & reinforce the standard of engagement that has led to the Hub Newry being included in the top sixty coworking blogs globally this year!
The readymade business network, fabulous talent, referrals, our bright innovative workspaces aren’t the only reasons to come and join our coworkingspace in Newry! Coworking is a lot more than business! We have a super nice coffee machine, so there’s often coffee & nattering as well as spontaneous brunches.
We were delighted to be awarded “Best Workplace in C. Down” by Build Magazine earlier this month for our coworkingspace and it’s all due to our amazing Hub members! Our amazing community of freelancers, microbusinesses, SME‘s,community groups and friends inspire us all everyday here in our coworkin
Here’s what an NI, homebased freelancer said about the benefits coworking & shared office spaces have brought to her business!
A good friend of The Hub Newry, Esther Lawson of IPA Solutions, has a home based business near Newry and has recently been exposed to a number of coworking locations across Northern Ireland (NI) and Scotland, here’s what she said regarding the outcomes, affects & motivations it’s had on her business. “Her
Being lonely at work is bad for business. Shared office spaces bring a community environment and wellbeing as well as a more structured day. Loneliness seems like a very personal, private problem, but it’s much more than that. Loneliness and isolation is a collective issue and at work, loneliness is yet another effect of t