peaking from the heart of GG’s HQ, working from home can drive even the hardiest of souls a little stir crazy.
And yet the alternative of trekking into the big smoke each and every day might just turn you a little gun crazy.
So, the boom of remote working spaces just a hop, skip and a coffee away during the lockdown limbos opened up a whole new world for many people.
Whether it’s Huw O’Toole’s Hub13, Paul Jacob’s award-winning Wicklow Hub or Karen Colbert’s Pod A Day, the idea of a home office away from home makes perfect sense.
And now it’s going to cost you a lot less cents to try it out. In fact, right now, it’s free.
Having already given away 10,000 vouchers for co-working spaces nationwide in June, the government have just launched Round 2 – and all you have to do to get three of those vouchers is log on at connectedhubs.ie and register.
A perfect opportunity to dodge the rush hour or hearing about your partner’s new cat, once you’re registered, those vouchers will be winging their way to you from June 27th.
You can find out more about Wicklow Hub here, Hub13 over here and Pod A Day right here.
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