The opening of Stable Lane Digital Hub in the town of Carrick-on-Suir, is the first of 13 projects in the Carrick-on-Suir Strategic Vision 2030, created by members of the Carrick-on-Súir Tourism and Economic Association (COSTEDC). The objective of this comprehensive plan is to develop and revitalise the town of Carrick-on-Súir.
To facilitate Phase 1 of Stable Lane Digital Hub, Tipperary County Council have provided us with space on the top floor of the beautifully refurbished Municipal Offices on New Street in Carrick-on-Suir town Centre. With a gross floor area of 1,000 sq ft, the Hub has 16 workstations across 2 rooms.
The Hub is modern, bright, spacious with a 360 view of Carrick-on-Suir from all workstations
Stable Lane Digital Hub offers facilities and supports that enables clients to concentrate on their core business, and to grow faster and more sustainably than they could otherwise.
The aim of Stable Lane Digital Hub is to provide reliable digital infrastructure, facilitate job and business development and foster entrepreneurship in Carrick-on-Suir and the three counties that surround it–Tipperary, Waterford, and Kilkenny. The project has the scale and development potential needed for co-location of enterprise workspace, learning and social innovation to create significant jobs impact.
Stable Lane Digital Hub will provide facilities and supports that will enable clients to concentrate on their core business, and to grow faster and more sustainably than they could otherwise. The concentration of similar companies in close proximity, combined with the ability to share ideas, resources, solutions and contacts with others in complementary, non-competing enterprises will help SLDH clients grow and expand.
We will expose our clients to perspective clients and market opportunities that would otherwise elude them. In a cluster, the learning curve is shorter: greater things happen, and they happen faster.
Aisling O’Connor has almost 15 years’ experience in Marketing, Business, Event Management and Education across a variety of sectors, both public and private, including WWETB & WWETB Contract Training; WIT; Waterford VEC and AOL Broadband.
Aisling has extensive knowledge of Enterprise Centre and the Co-working ‘space’. As manager of Dungarvan Enterprise Centre for the last 3.5 years, Aisling attracted a variety of businesses, including high potential start-ups and SME’s, across a broad range of sectors. By 2018 Aisling had brought the centre’s office space to capacity. Aware of the increasing demand for flexible workspace outside the major cities, Aisling also led the project on transforming Dungarvan Enterprise Centre into a thriving co-working hub.
Aisling has a BA in International Business Communications; a Master’s in Business and Marketing and is a Certified Career Coach with the Irish Life Coach Institute. She is Secretary of the South East Enterprise Centre Association and is a member of the National Association of Community Enterprise Centres.
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