Ireland’s New Voucher Scheme For Remote Working Hubs Goes Live

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The Connected Hubs Voucher Scheme has officially launched, according to today’s announcement from Minister of Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys TD.

Over the duration of the Scheme, at least 10,000 hot desk working days will be offered without charge to both current hub users and those who are utilizing hub services for the first time.

The plan is to execute the project in two parts. The first phase will last through August 31. The second phase will begin in September and is anticipated to last until the beginning of 2023.

Three vouchers are first credited to the accounts of all registered users during the first phase. Each voucher is usable for a day of hot-desking in hubs.

On the ConnectedHubs mobile app or online at, anybody willing to register for their free vouchers may do so.

“I am delighted to announce that the Connected Hubs Voucher Scheme is now live. This scheme gives people an opportunity to try out our many remote working hubs across the country for free. This Voucher Scheme will help more people to realise the benefits of remote working and will provide an opportunity to ‘try before you buy’. Whether you are fitting in some work while on holiday in Ireland or looking to relocate to rural Ireland, Connected Hubs has an option for you.”Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development

The National Hub Network’s shared online booking site is The Western Development Commission and the Department of Rural and Community Development collaborated to build successful pilot initiatives in the West of Ireland that eventually led to the creation of the National Hub Network.

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