- NoCo offers companies the opportunity to connect their team to a network of 100+ locations nationwide including towns and cities such as Dublin, Tralee, Naas, Portlaoise, Newtownmountkennedy, Carlow, Cork and Kilkenny
- Service enables companies like Welltel and Johnson Hana to seamlessly manage their hybrid workspace options via one membership, one monthly invoice and one point of contact
NoCo, an innovative property company, has created Ireland’s largest hybrid workspace network after signing partnership deals with a range of co-working providers across the country. The move offers workers access to a single network that consists of over 100 remote working locations nationwide.
The NoCo service enables large companies to connect their team to a network of close to home workspaces across Ireland via one membership, one monthly invoice and one point of contact. This service is suitable for companies and organisations of any scale or size. A key part of the membership is the option of utilising open or shared workspaces in any of the locations on the network nationwide or alternatively, clients can have their own bespoke dedicated office network created for them.
To facilitate the network, NoCo has partnered with some of the country’s leading serviced office providers such as the Premier Business Centres Group, and independent coworking spaces such as the MSpace in Malahide. The network includes a host of locations across Dublin, Wicklow, Meath and Louth, as well as sites in Carlow, Kilkenny, Laois, Cork, Kerry, Wexford and Monaghan. NoCo is also planning to grow its workspace network across the UK and Europe before the end of the year.
Barbara Nolan, co-founder of M-Space, said: “Partnering with NoCo is the way forward in terms of offering a comprehensive service offering to the corporate client, who can now have talent distributed throughout Ireland. There are lots of owner-run hubs dotted around the country now, providing a local service to their community, so this is a significant step forward to all join forces under one NoCo network to satisfy the new demand for flexible working in Ireland.”
“M-Space are fully committed to providing a local and personalised service for any NoCo clients living in the Malahide or nearby Fingal communities. We are also very excited to expand our network with NoCo as a collaborative partner into other geographical locations, which will be client-driven and demand-led. The future of work and new way of working is very exciting.”
NoCo is already seeing significant demand from some of Ireland’s largest high profile professional services firms, as well as current industry leaders in hybrid working such as telecommunications firm Welltel and managed legal solutions provider Johnson Hana. As companies begin to gradually return to the office environment, they are utilising the NoCo network to implement their hybrid working strategies.
Johnson Hana’s CEO Dan Fox said: “We are delighted to partner with NoCo, whose objectives in supporting flexible and highly-productive work, aligns closely with our operating model. Johnson Hana has lawyers registered on our platform who are based all across the country, and through the NoCo network we can now support them with an appropriate workplace environment – closer to both where they live, and our client sites. NoCo provides an innovative solution to a constantly evolving working landscape. We can scale our office requirements to suit client demand, and this is now all made much easier thanks to NoCo.”
Commenting on the announcement Brian Moran, co-founder of NoCo, said: “We are delighted to be working with a variety of partners including Huckletree, MSpace and Republic of Work to bring a whole new range of options and ‘ready to go’ locations to Irish workers. While we were originally focused on the Dublin commuter belt, due to the impact of the pandemic on the future of work, we’ve pivoted the direction of business to address the wider geographical needs of the Irish workforce. We’re excited to be in a position to provide more accessible workspaces to communities across Ireland as well as employment opportunities, and believe this pivot will enable us to scale into the EU and UK at an even faster pace.”