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Need a Dublin Coworking Space? 3 Things to Consider

Posted on Jul 30, 2015 10:00:00 AM by Ryan Ring


Looking for coworking space in Dublin? With a great location, Dublin is a popular spot for entrepreneurs, startups and other businesses looking for coworking space. But before you decide on a space, consider these three important things:

1. Proximity to BART

Does the coworking space offer easy access to BART? The closer the space is to a BART station, the easier it will be to travel to other parts of the Bay Area. Choosing a coworking space that is far from the station may discourage using the space on a regular basis.


2. Does it Offer the Full Coworking Experience?

What type of experience does the coworking space offer? Will it offer you the full coworking experience? Consider whether the space offers meeting rooms, reception services and an open, collaborative environment. Do they offer the facilities and services you need to work efficiently and productively? If the space does not provide you with everything you need to get your work done in a timely manner, it may not be the right option for you.


3. What Sort of Business Currently Uses It? What are the Networking Opportunities?

Another important thing to consider is the types of businesses that use the space. To get the most of the coworking experience, it’s best to work with like-minded individuals in similar industries. This will provide you with better networking opportunities that can help you grow your business.

Coworking spaces that host special member events will also offer better networking opportunities and give members a chance to get to know one another.

Finding the right Dublin coworking space may take some time, but it’s important to consider the experience it offers, the networking opportunities you can enjoy, and its proximity to BART. These three key things will help you select a space that will suit your business and working style.


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