A new co-working centre has recently opened in Rathmines, Co Dublin. The centre offers its members 24/7 access to workspaces on a month-by-month basis and is aimed particularly at freelancers, start-ups, SMEs and remote workers. A number of different membership packages are available to customers, with no long-term lease required.
The premises is run by New Work Junction and is the second co-working centre to be opened by the company, with its first being based in Kilkenny. The new space arrives at a time in which the idea of co-working in Ireland is transforming into an increasingly attractive and viable option over more traditional working arrangements.
New Work Junction founder, Tom O’Neill believes that co-working spaces can prove advantageous for workers and companies within any field. “It’s not just for digital and creative types, the Kilkenny facility is buzzing with a diverse mix of professionals and businesses. And we aim to recreate its success story in Rathmines,” he says. “We love that we’ve got a social area where graphic artists, writers and programmers share office banter and ideas with accountants, salespeople and engineers.”
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