Coworking Hub and Workspace Consultancy Services
Having both individually worked for many years with small businesses and the community and voluntary sector, Tom & Ken noticed that although there were good supports in place for start-ups, there was a gap in the market to provide affordable and flexible office space in town centre locations, accessible for both large and small businesses.
Tom and Ken started HQKerry because they believe everyone should be happy in their work lives. Importantly, they recognised the positive economic impact that coworking hubs can have on the wider community. In addition they have shown through their own hubs how they they contribute to the rejuvenation of town centres.
Remote working hubs are crucial factors in supporting balanced regional development, by attracting multi-national corporations and remote workers to locate in regional and rural centres. These hubs can provide excellent affordability, they engage communities, and they attract a highly educated and experienced workforce looking for an exceptional work/life balance. Coworking Hubs are driving regional economic growth in an era of a new revolution of work.
Now, following on from the foundation of HQKerry and Workbase, Ken and Tom also use their expertise and experience to facilitate others in the planning and development of other coworking hubs, digital hubs and remote working centres across Ireland.