Property Matters 27/10/20: Coworking & Remote Working Options

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Tune into Property Matters on Dublin South FM from 6-7pm every Tuesday (or catch up via podcast on Spotify, iTunes etc). Listen back here: https://anchor.fm/ipropertyradio/episodes/Property-Matters–October-27th–2020-Remote-working-and-the-future-of-coworking-ellejd

On Property Matters this week, Carol Tallon is joined remotely by Rose Barrett, Co-Founder at Grow Remote, Lauren O’Reilly, Owner at Space@Venture House and Carol Ann Hickey, Co-Owner at M-Space Malahide.

 

 

Rose Barrett, Co-Founder at Grow Remote was first to join Carol Tallon on Property Matters to discuss tthe origins of Grow Remote and how the movement has been aided (and in some ways, hindered) by the pandemic. She also discusses how hubs can be used to support those working remotely – but not necessarily from home – with added benefits of knowledge sharing and community structure. Rose talks about how, at the moment, hubs aren’t the obvious solution for people and how best to get the word out.

 

Lauren O’Reilly, Owner at Space@Venture House joined Carol to talk about Lauren’s own background in fashion (design, buying and tech),  how she got started in the coworking industry and how her team and her members are doing throughout the most recent lockdown. Listen back to the full interview to hear Lauren discuss future plans for Space@VentureHouse.

 

Carol Ann Hickey, Co-Owner at M-Space Malahide was the final guest of the week to join us on Property Matters to explain the changes in people’s habits since the Covid-19 shutdown and what their new members are looking for. She gives Carol an overview of what the future looks like for coworking in terms of mixing home/office into people’s working week.

 

Tune into Property Matters weekly on Dublin South FM from 6-7pm every Tuesday (or catch up via podcast www.iPropertyRadio.com) for more planning, construction, property and proptech chat.

 

 

Listen back here: https://anchor.fm/ipropertyradio/episodes/Property-Matters–October-27th–2020-Remote-working-and-the-future-of-coworking-ellejd



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