Ep. 13 How has the landscape of finance in business evolved, with Deborah Lynch
Suzanne talks to Deborah Lynch – an experienced accountant who has partnered with a wide range of CEOs, executives, and solopreneurs to grow their businesses. Having spent over twenty years working across a wide range of businesses both as an operations manager and as a financial controller she has a unique insight into
What’s life like for flex spaces in Northern Ireland?
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
Ep.10 What stories do you tell yourself about money, with Carmel Seery
Suzanne talks to Carmel Seery of carmelseery.com, a management accountant. Carmel helps small business owners get control of their business, by helping them build simple processes so that they will always know their cashflow. They talk about – Establishing an accounting process – Money mindset – P
Ep.9 Engaging with the changing workplace, with Zoe Ellis-Moore
Suzanne talks to Zoe Ellis-Moore CEO & Founder at Spaces to Places. Zoe has built an 18-year career out of being passionate about the future of the workplace, commercial spaces, and how people engage with them. In her role at Spaces to Places, she works with investors, landlords, franchisees, and operators in th
Ep8. Planning, automation and productivity, with Alison Matthews
Suzanne talks to Alison Matthews of Virtuali. Alison specialises in helping entrepreneurs automate processes around running course / events (online / face to face) to be a virtual set of hands, eyes & ears. She is a whizz at productivity coaching & how to incorporate it into your business and every da
Feeling lonely & isolated at work – what could the solution be?
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
Vision Boards – let’s get clear about what we really want!
Eve Earley of Empowering Change has been delivering Vision Board Workshops quarterly since 2017. They began as an adjunct to her Artist Way groups – as many participants experienced great benefit from the collages they’d created while undertaking that process. What is a Vision Board? It’s a tool we use to anchor ourselve
PoweringProductivity series – what is it & how it can help promote your signature story!
Tell us your signature story in our Powering Productivity series, share your passion and your expertise so we can go out there and tell others about how remarkable you are as the #go2pro! Suzanne Murdock cofounder of TheHubNewry coworking network and Eve Earley of Empowering Change launched the #PoweringProductivity online
Changemakers, Innovators & Disruptors…what do they all have in common?
This is what they all have in common: In the course of my work here in Ireland – I have met many changemakers, innovators and disrupters. Some famous – some unknown. Many are ordinary people living ordinary lives in extraordinary ways. The common denominator among those I have come to admire and respect, is that […]
Remote working, why is Newry the perfect location for business.
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. […]
Don’t go it alone – cooperation & supporting eachother.
So what is the difference between collaboration, curation, and cooperation? – part of the #Powering Productivity series. Let’s ask an expert, Jesse Lyn Stoner, Founder of Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership! Collaboration is working together to create something new in support of a shared vision. The key poin
Finally they might believe that remote workers do actually work productively!
“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 […]
COVID 19 – Assistance Available for Small & Medium Sized Business
Applies to all small and medium sized businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. ASSISTANCE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE: Business Support Grant Scheme A £10,000 grant available to all small businesses who are eligible for the Small business Rate Relief Scheme. A £25,000 grant to companies in the hospitality, tourism and retail se
COVID 19 – Assistance Available for Self-Employed and Freelance Workers
COVID 19 – ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR SELF EMPLOYED AND FREELANCE WORKERS Applies to any individual who operates as a self-employed individual who is responsible for accounting for and paying their own tax. Typically, these workers do not operate out of a fixed business premises and therefore do not qualify for some of the
Hub Coworking – ‘The centre part of a wheel, fan, or propeller’
coworking hub (hŭb) n. The centre part of a wheel, fan, or propeller. A centre of activity or interest; a focal point: Hollywood is the hub of the US movie industry. The Hub Newry may not be anything to do with the US movie industry, but it certainly does have a star studded line up […]
Coworking and what it means for Northern Ireland…
This week we are over in Poland attending the Coworking Europe Conference 2019. After the success of last year’s conference in Amsterdam, this year the conference is being held in Warsaw with over 600 delegates from Europe and other international countries from as far away as the US and India in attendance. The Irish deleg