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Waterford’s newest serviced office space and meeting offering, workLAB, was the venue for Waterford Chamber’s October Business After Hours.

The brainchild of Seamus Kilgannon, the vision is to establish workLAB as a state of the art professional flexible work space solution for business professionals and organisations. The range of facilities offers remote and smart working solutions to those who are seeking a more flexible working environment.

Speaking at the event, Waterford Chamber President Kathryn Kiely said: “The investment and opening of workLAB is not only great for our business community but also is a very real testament of the confidence in the enterprise, growth potential and entrepreneurial capacity of Waterford and the wider South East.

“The ability for founders and business owners to interact with a community of other businesses provides an environment to share ideas and learn from others. The workLAB environment is also a real asset as companies need to grow and compete for talent. The proposition of attracting employees into an environment such as workLAB is a very real advantage.”

Seamus Kilgannon spoke of the project being an outlet for his creativity and introduced new General Manager Alicia Maguire.

Alicia led tours of the new facility and commented: “What we have here at workLAB is a unique space that offers the privacy of your own space, coupled with a shared learning experience. Our private offices spaces range from 1 to 2-person offices to a more bespoke environment where we will tailor made a works space to suite your every changing business need. We also have a range of meeting and training room spaces that can catering for events from as little as two people to 100 people.”

For more information on workLAB see www.worklab.ie

 

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