Two Remote Working Hubs Launched in Dublin

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The new hub, which has nine workstations, features free parking, a remote conference room with the newest technology, and access to the post around-the-clock.

According to a recent announcement by Minister Heather Humphreys, Base, a social business and charity started in 1995, will be one of the first locations in the nation to run a free “use and try” voucher scheme.

According to Tánaiste Leo Varadkar, the launch of new remote working hub facilities in west Dublin gives companies and employees alternatives to the office.

He was addressing during the opening of two remote working hubs at Mulhuddart’s newly renovated Base Enterprise Center.

10,000 trial hot desk working days will be made available to hub users nationally as part of the campaign.

A dedicated desk at Base Enterprise Centre may be rented for €20 per day, €85 per week, or €250 per month.

“The pandemic changed our perception of how to live and work. We discovered that many jobs can be done remotely and that hybrid working patterns can radically improve quality of life without damaging productivity or decreasing output. If you live in the Dublin 15 area, I encourage you to check out these excellent facilities.”

Leo Varadkar TD, Tánaiste

“Everything has changed in the past three years, but we continue to innovate. Today, we continue our leadership role in the rapidly changing, post-pandemic work environment by launching facilities for remote workers.”

Jim Cuddy, chairperson of Base Enterprise Centre

“The entrepreneurs and business creators who have chosen Base as their home represent the diversity of modern Ireland and the creative energy across a range of sectors, from food to technology.”

AnnMarie Farrelly, chief executive of Fingal County Council

Through the Department of Rural and Community Development, Enterprise Ireland provided funding for the establishment of additional working hubs and the modernization of the facility.

Fingal County Council-supported Base presently offers 12 incubator office spaces for start-up businesses for the first three years of operation. Additionally, there are meeting spaces, a café on-site, and conference rooms.

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