Co-working community
in the heart of Dublin

CoCreate is the social place to co-work! Be a part of our community in our Dublin 1 or Dublin 2 city center space.

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Why co-work at our offices?

Co-working in a progressive work environment helps you be more productive than working from home.
Our shared office space provides your own dedicated desk-space and all the facilities you’d expect. But, beyond that, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with others to help you develop ideas and co-create. You become an independent part of a thriving, creative, energetic, co-working community.
Our spaces are dedicated to freelancing designers, developers, web designers, programmers, video artists, game developers, and more…


Be more productive

Get more done - fewer distractions than working from home


Connect with others

Strike up new partnerships with other talented freelancers


Share your skills

Build your network by sharing your skills and helping others


Generate new ideas

Find inspiration from the talented community at hand

Twice the space to be inspired!

With two great locations either side of the Liffey, you have a new base in Dublin city centre. Use our shared office space to be more productive and network with a community of engaging and talented entrepreneurs, designers, developers, independent workers, and creative artists. This will give your work a new dimension and can inspire you to even greater things as you grow your freelancer business...

57 Gardiner Street Lower
Dublin 1

27 Camden Street Lower
Dublin 2

News and updates

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18 Oct

6 rules to live by when you work in an office but have #remote team members via @trello

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Cocreate Dublin Let's CoCreate is a #business #workshop for #woman Sat 28th of Oct at #CoCreate #Dublin! Book your ticket here:
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Cocreate Dublin

Almost half of Americans (43 percent) reported working from home at least some of the time in 2016, and 20 percent said they did all of their work from home, according to The Wall Street Journal. That means chances are your company – if it hasn’t already – will soon embrace a remote workforce. But don’t worry, it’s not a big deal at all. There are plenty of tools available to help keep teams connected and ways to manage the remote culture. Plus, you might even find better collaboration and quality of work from employees or remote team members who can work where they want on their own schedules.

This post discusses how design & development teams can succeed working remotely.
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Cocreate Dublin 6 rules to live by when you work in an office but have remote team members, via Trello:
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Cocreate Dublin 8 Communication Methods for Remote Teams that will Explode Your Productivity – BeeCanvas

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