An office is more than just a place to work. At Pine Hub – winner of the 2019 Coworker Member’s Choice Award for Dublin – our greatest priority is providing each of our members with the tools and support that they need to succeed. When you become a Pine Hub member, you will not only gain 24/7 access to a clean and comfortable office, but also to a fully equipped meeting room, free/discounted entrepreneurship and leadership training, and regular socials that help to develop a tight-knit community of professionals. Enjoy your work with high-speed internet and complimentary A4 printing, or take a break to recharge in the relaxation area and chat with your neighbours over the unlimited free coffee and tea. Never dread heading into the office again.
Located in the heart of the Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Pine Hub is the ideal coworking space for start-ups, freelancers, sole traders and SME’s in search of a comfortable office without the hassle of commuting to Dublin city centre. Free car and bike parking in addition to nearby public transportation means that getting to the office is both affordable and convenient. And if travel is a regular necessity for your work, Pine Hub is less than 20 minutes from the airport and membership includes 3 days of free access to over 350 global coworking locations via the Coworking Visa programme.
Does Pine Hub sound like the coworking space for you? Stop by to visit the office, or book a desk for a day and discover why Pine Hub was a 2019 Coworker Member’s Choice Award winner. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Articles about Pine Hub:
- June 1, 2021 Used car platform challenger Driverama launches European headquarters
- February 15, 2021 10 promising startups from freezing Finland to watch in 2021
- November 11, 2020 “HR wasn’t the sexiest tech sector… meaning it has great potential”: Interview with Payflow’s co-founders, Benoit Menardo and Avinash Sukhwani
- November 3, 2020 “We’re spearheading the Social Sex Revolution. The revolutionary part is not the sex, but the social”: Interview with MakeLoveNotPorn’s CEO and founder, Cindy Gallop
- June 8, 2020 What will the new normal look like? European startups and VCs gave us their opinion
- June 8, 2020 “Needing to be physically close to get good work done is a thing of the past”: Interview with Happeo’s co-founder and CEO Perttu Ojansuu
- March 11, 2020 10 most promising Finland-based startups to watch in 2020
- December 16, 2019 Winners of the 2019 Global Startup Awards announced in Changsha, China
- October 24, 2019 With seven million customers in Europe, Revolut sets its sights on Asia with Singapore launch
- September 27, 2019 10 European HR startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond
- August 22, 2019 Is the 3D printing hype over? Here are 10 European startups still betting on the technology
- August 13, 2019 10 European medtech startups revolutionising healthcare
- August 9, 2019 10 Munich-based startups to look out for in 2019 and beyond
- August 8, 2019 5 current technology & startup trends that everyone should be aware of
- June 27, 2019 Copenhagen’s startup ecosystem at a glance
- June 6, 2019 Barcelona-based Learnlife raises €3.1 million to transform education worldwide
- May 16, 2019 Remember that it’s a marathon, not a sprint – Interview with Eze Vidra, founder of Google Campus London and partner at Remagine Ventures
- March 12, 2019 Fintech centre, smart city, and aspiring proptech hub, Vilnius aims to turn itself into a giant sandbox for startups