A new Digital Hub was officially opened at the Brockagh Centre in Laragh last Thursday evening.
Chairperson Cormac O’Sullivan said the new hub is another cog in the ever turning wheel at the Brockagh Centre and no one could ever imagined 21 years ago the centre itself has gone from strength to strength.
We are located in the heart of county Wicklow and provide that link from East to West Wicklow, Hollywood and Valleymount are to the West of the centre while Roundwood, Rathdrum and indeed Wicklow Town are not too far away, it is an ideal location to both the people of Wicklow and visitors to the county.
Speaking to Wicklownews.net Manager of the Brockagh Centre Storm Pyper said
“The Brockagh Centre is very proud to announce the launch of its remote working Digital Hub.
Nestled in the scenic village of Laragh with stunning views of the Glendalough Valley, the Brockagh Hub will provide the local and wider community a place to work remotely.
Since taking over as Manager of the Brockagh Centre in March of this year my main focus has been the completion and launch of our remote working digital hub. Our hub will officially open for business on Monday May 30th.
We have daily, weekly and monthly rates available so whether you are a sole trader or working for a larger organisation we have a desk to suit all needs. The centre provides high speed broadband, desks in a shared space with various meeting rooms available to suit all business needs.
The Brockagh Centre has been in operation for 21 years now and we believe our new hub will add another successful string to our bow. Our hubs mission is to meet the diverse needs of professionals living throughout the local and wider wicklow area and we are excited to finally open our hub door.”
Senator Patrick Casey performed the honours of officially opening the centre saying ” I am proud to open the new Digital Hub, as I was 21 years ago when the Centre first opened and I would like to remember the people who are no longer with us, who believed and worked hard to make the Centre the success it has been, it is our duty to carry on the great work into the future with this state of the art hub, we have a great team here who are very proud of the Centre.
It’s open to anyone from Wicklow or south Dublin. The Brockagh Centre is very centrally based in Laragh, so we have a good catchment area.
For people who are working remotely, especially if they have issues with their connectivity. Individuals can rent desks or companies can so their staff can just walk in and start working.
The Centre would also be ideal for anyone involved in the film industry who need fast upload speeds when filming locally, or creative people in the county who need to upload without any delays.”