Glandore creates 14 new jobs as part of £4m investment

  • Ireland’s leading provider of flexible workspace, Glandore, is to create 14 new full-time jobs as part of their recent £4m investment across Ireland in the last year.

    The company has made significant investment over the course of the year following the opening of their newest flexible office & co-working spaces in Belfast and Cork.

    Established in 2001, Glandore is a family owned business which has a total of more than 2,800 desks between nine office locations in Belfast, Cork and Dublin.

    Michael Kelly, Managing Director, said: “As a family business, we care deeply about building long term connections and relationships with our staff and members. As Glandore expands, we’re delighted be adding to our sales, marketing and facilities teams across Ireland. We’re excited by the opportunities that lie ahead and we look forward to the further expansions that are planned over the next 18-24 months.

    “We have been providing flexible workspace in Belfast for 12 years and in Dublin for over 17 years. The co-working industry is rapidly expanding and the demand for more of this sort of flexible space is increasing.”

    Mr Kelly believes that one of the attractions of Glandore’s co-working offer is this opportunity for startups to rub shoulders with FDI companies at the early stage of their journey in the market. 

    International companies who started their Irish operations in Glandore workspace include Worldpay, Rapid 7, Facebook, Twitter and Dropbox, while overseas investors such as Tullet Prebon, Cayan, Bamboo Rose and Bazaarvoice are among the current or former members of its offices in Belfast.

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