Exit 4 Urlingford Remote Working Hub is now open for Business

Exit 4 Urlingford Remote Working Hub has officially opened its doors in County Kilkenny. Minister for Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys officially opened Exit 4 Urlingford Remote Working Hub on 24th April.

This facility, strategically located just off the M8 Dublin to Cork corridor at Exit 4, forms part of Ireland’s National Hub Network under ‘ConnectedHubs’ which aims to revive the rural Urlingford area by providing the local businesses and community with the opportunity to live and work locally.

Urlingford Town Team are central to the delivery of the Exit 4 Urlingford Remote Working Hub and the redevelopment of the town’s community centre.

It is housed within the impressive former Bank of Ireland building on Main Street, Urlingford, North Kilkenny. This national heritage building has been repurposed so that the space seamlessly blends its historical charm and high quality amenities.

Exit 4 Urlingford is a fully serviced and professionally managed range of office spaces, designed for diverse users who seek a balance between shared workspaces and personal privacy, promoting hybrid working patterns. Additionally, Exit 4 Urlingford is an ideal hub for businesses and organisations in search of a centrally located venue for conferences, events or training sessions. Exit 4 Urlingford is delighted to be Kilkenny’s first remote working hub to be approved as a TUS (Technological University of the Shannon) learning Gate.

Exit 4 Urlingford Remote Working Hub facilities are now open. Flexible options are available to meet the needs of the business community. For general enquiries and to make a booking log on to www.exit4urlingford.ie