Teamwork making cork its capital

After moving to new offices in Cork and setting up a start-up hub in its old premises, the only way is up for Teamwork

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
8th January, 2017
Peter Coppinger, chief executive of Teamwork in Cork Picture: Clare Keogh

The desire to compete with Dublin firms for talent is obvious from the lobby in Teamwork’s new Cork offices in Blackpool and continues throughout the building. A garden for summer events to one side.

Desks that can be adjusted for standing mode are positioned in every developer’s office. Herman Millers, the Bentley of office chairs, for all. Every developer gets their own office, designed at a 120 degree angle, to make it easier...

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