Co- Working Space Opens in Naas Enterprise Park

Global Trend of Office Sharing Hits Naas

James Lawless Helps launch New Naas Business a co-working office service, has launched a new office sharing opportunity in Naas Enterprise Park offering companies a low cost short-term office solution to enable people to get out of the home to work. Services include Hot desks, co-working spaces, a private office and meeting room. In attendance at the event was James Lawless TD who spoke at the launch and businesses such as Hugh Magee (Stationery Store), Stephen Keeler & Yvonne Maher (O’Neill & Co.), Pat Finnerty (Slattery Casuals), Edric White (IT Monkey) Annie Dempsey (Fusion Marketing), Tony Foley (Ayon Ltd),  Andy Davies (Celtic Photography) and Sarah DeBromhead (RTE). is a new start up set up by two local business people Krystle Foley (Fusion Marketing) and Liam Mac Namee (IT Monkey) – ‘What we wanted to create is a low-cost office space for new and existing business to get out of the home to work while creating an environment of co-working and collaboration which would benefit the users’.

Conor from Strategic Solutions, a regular user of describes the space as ‘A great location to grow our business in a friendly business environment, the location is great for us too with easy access to the M7/N7 and has lots of services nearby’.


As Ireland’s start-up community thrives, Kildare has caught on to the latest global trend of office sharing with the launch of This innovative idea of sharing office space, which is a huge trend in the US, has been described as ‘melting pots of creativity’ as it allows businesses to work and collaborate together.


Co-working brings a setting that encourages interaction and creativity to those who would usually work from home., which launched last week in Naas Enterprise Park, provides affordable office space for people wanting to gain a sense of community. The service is perfect for freelancers, entrepreneurs and start-ups who want to get out of the home to work or meet clients with no long-term overheads.


Naas Enterprise Park is a hub of business activity with 5,000 people working there and is situated in the heart of the central logistics area for the country and offers ease of access to the M7 motorway. Kildare is the ideal place for innovative companies and business people, with commuter times to and from Dublin increasing significantly over the last number of years we are offering an alternative to people who work from home or log-in ‘off site’ to use our facilities.

The launch was supported by local business such as County Kildare Chamber, The Stationary Store, Punctual Print, Boots Pharmacy Naas, Applegreen Naas, Advance Tyres and Kildare Now.


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