In our collaborative coworkingspace NI, we try our hardest to keep a check on happiness and wellbeing levels! Here’s our mental wellbeing pledge to our coworkers and visitors: “The Hub is determined to be a front runner in providing a successful and supportive coworkingspace in Newry. To do this, The Hub aims to
Coworking, the bigger picture….. Our coworkers work hard at their businesses but community plays an even more vital part in what we’re all about both inside and outside of the workspace. Adults and junior Hub members, family and friends all get involved, after all, without community it can be a very solitary life.
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
What does “networking” mean to you? Does it conjure up “wider community” be it business or wider community organisations or just bring sweaty palms & nerves? Just the word”networking” can put a lot of people off but really you’re just building your business community. It can benefi
So a fantastic example of how coworking together with local businesses and voluntary groups (little & large) really can achieve results. Just some involved in the “BigCanalCleanup” at Rampart Walkway, Greenbank on Saturday 4th June 2016 were Love Your Lough & Newry2020.com, Newry Thrives & The Conserv
How do coworkers view BREXIT and how is coworking in Ireland positioned versus Europe & US? One of the major developments in how we work in the last five years has been the global rise of the coworking and the shared office movement which continues to go from strength to strength in Ireland. This is […]
What is coworking at The Hub Newry, NI? The Hub is a coworking space with a shared office business community in Newry, NI and is central between Belfast and Dublin. The space is for business start-ups, freelancers, small businesses and community groups from private / public / social enterprise organisations, NI / UK / ROI [&he
In our collaborative coworkingspace in NI we try to make everyone keep a check on our happiness levels! Here at The Hub Newry, Northern Ireland we work hard to get the balance right as much as we can. Community and collaboration are massive aspects of our coworkingspace both within the office and outside with t
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Patrick Murdock of The Hub Newry recently visited Milan to attend the amazing CoWorking Europe Conference of 2015! Much of what Patrick learnt can be fed back into Northern Ireland in an effort to help rebuild its economy, here’s what he had to say in a recent article, published on “SluggerO’Toole”: Alt
Set up in 2012, The Hub Newry is a creative, innovative & flexible shared office space to work & meet. We’re a business community for start-ups, freelancers, small businesses & community groups, based in Newry city centre & just off the M1 / A1 / N1 Motorway between Dublin & Belfast. A collaborative, shar