Paying for desk space can be money well spent for start-ups
A community spirit in a co-working space is often a smart investment, writes Leanna Byrne
Start-ups are rarely located on the top floor of a skyscraper. Facebook got started in a dorm room. Apple from a garage.
But in Ireland, dorm rooms are for drinking and garages are few and far between. Perhaps you could build a multimillion euro company from your kitchen table, but it might get awkward when the dinner is ready.
The solution? Co-working spaces.
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