New co working hub & event centre

Boyle’s first Co Working Hub and Event Centre – The Spool Factory – is set to officially open it’s doors on St. Patrick Street in the north Roscommon town early in July.

Set out over three floors in the recently refurbished and modernised building, The Spool Factory has the potential to facilitate over 20 jobs in the long term.

The brain child of local entrepreneur Brian Nerney who was the initial promoter of Shannonside Radio, founder of and a former Newspaper CEO and proprietor, the Spool Factory offers a range of flexible co-working options designed to facilitate part time and full time entrepreneurs or those feeling the isolation of working from home.

Co Working Space

Single and multi user desks will be available for half day, full day or weekly rental.

Also on offer will be serviced office suites, meeting rooms and training facilities.

Longer term rental in this modern work space is also available for established businesses or entrepreneurs who want to be part of this exciting development and new style working atmosphere.

You will have no need to worry about maintenance charges, long term leases, heating, security, cleaning and building repairs when you locate in The Spool Factory – all this is included in your low cost rent!

With 100mb wifi broadband and on site mentoring in an informal yet productive environment all included in your fix cost rent, you are sure to enjoy being part of Boyle’s most exciting new development – The Spool Factory.

Conferencing and Event Centre

Conferencing and event hosting has never been easier with Boyle’s newest and brightest 100 seater conference room.

Set on the top floor of the Spool Factory, the conference room offers a bright and secure facility for business and organisations to host events.

On site facilities include 100mb wifi throughout, toilets, canteen, roof top balcony, lift access, electronic 6ft screen and state of the art audio visual equipment.

Catering can also be provided if required.

A 10 seater fully equipped, bright boardroom is also available as are smaller meeting rooms for less formal gatherings.

Padraig Cunningham