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
Dressing for remote working – what does how you are dressing say about you and your business ? We might not think about this very often, but with remote working/working from home becoming a prevalent feature of our lives as of late, it is very easy to slip into a fashion ‘faux pas’. Without a […]
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!
The Hub’s workplace is open for business and ready to safely welcome you back! To our members, business partners and friends. The past months have been challenging but our coworking community and wider networks have and will continue to support each other through. We continue to monitor and respond to constantly changing
“An educated consumer is our best customer….” That was one of the most successful retail tag lines of all times. There are many coaches, accountants, marketers etc in our ever-expanding network – so how do you distinguish yourself? We believe the answer to that is #Education and #Service – and so Suzanne
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