Huckletree lost nearly £3 million in year up to pandemic’s start
Total losses at the co-working space company are now almost £5 million
Huckletree lost nearly £3 million in the year up to the pandemic starting. The co-working space company, co-founded by Dubliner Andrew Lynch, recorded overall losses at nearly £5 million in the year ending in March 2020. The loss is up from just over £2 million in 2019.
The co-working company, now in its 10th year of business, operates the 30,000 square-foot, 19th century Academy building on Pearse Street, Dublin 2 which it opened for workers in 2017.
Huckletree said the...
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