Roe Valley Enterprises has launched a new coworking facility, ‘Roe Flexi’ at its headquarters in the Aghanloo Industrial Estate following a £50,000 investment. Roe Flexi offers coworking space in a collaborative environment for entrepreneurs, freelancers and remote workers.
Roe Flexi has 16 shared coworking spaces available and is designed to bring an integrated culture and community-based work environment. Users are able to attend on an ‘as-needs basis’ whether it’s part days, 2-3 days per week or full-time.
Each coworking space is provided with high-speed internet and Wi-Fi access as well as print, copy and scan facilities. This is complemented with a series of private rooms, which are available for client meetings – either online or in-person, training events and workshops.
Martin Devlin, Chief Executive, Roe Valley Enterprises explains,
“Over the past 30 years, Roe Valley Enterprises has delivered real impact for the local area in terms of encouraging new start-ups, supporting those new businesses through professional business advice and providing affordable flexible space for new and existing businesses to operate, and to grow and develop. Our business advisory services are typically oversubscribed, and our workspace units have a waiting list as occupancy is 100%.”
He continues, ”The decision to create a coworking space in our locality was a natural progression to address the current challenges business owners and start-ups face. How we work has transformed and as an organisation we must provide suitable alternatives and options for individuals. A coworking space is appealing for many in the current economic climate, we offer flexible packages and take care of all the infrastructure that usually comes with having your own office. We also recognise the need for entrepreneurs and freelancers to collaborate and connect with one another. We look forward to welcoming new individuals to join Roe Flexi in 2023.”
Roe Valley Enterprises received funding from the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs’ (DAERA) Rural Social Economy Investment Scheme to refurbish an existing space within the premises to develop a digital hub facility. This facility offers an alternative location for residents of the Limavady and surrounding area to work in rather than commuting long distances to permanent workplaces.
Following a visit to the new space, Deputy Secretary of Central Services and Rural Affairs, DAERA, David Reid said “This high-quality facility provides local people in the North West area with access to office services such as high speed broadband and meeting space without undertaking long commutes. This will help improve the work life balance for those availing of the facility, alongside reducing their carbon footprint. I wish Roe Valley Enterprises every success in the future”.
As part of the launch of the new space, local business owner and entrepreneur, Suzanne McAneney, owner and founder of Marketing and PR agency, Lemonade is hosting a free marketing workshop, ‘Marketing Segments’ at the new space on Wednesday 22nd February from 10AM-11AM. Suzanne will be joined by Lisa Breslin from Imagine Lab Design who will explore branding and design as part of the workshop.
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