The Board of Dundalk Enterprise Development Company is delighted to launch the new look Oriel Hub and a new website for the centre http://www.orielhub.ie
Paddy Malone, Fergal Sexton, Sarah Daly and Declan Murphy
Speaking at the recent Cross Border Exhibition run by Dundalk and Newry Chamber in conjunction with Intertrade Ireland on Thursday 30th January, Chairman of the company, Declan Murphy said “Oriel Hub offers the ideal location for anybody who wants to locate their business in Dundalk. Oriel Hub offers more than a location. It offers a network of contacts for you from local businesses, agencies and support organisations to ensure you have the assistance you need.”
Situated just off the M1, less than 45 minutes from Dublin Airport with a range of affordable serviced office space Oriel Hub is an enterprise centre which aims to support small business and to assist SMEs to make the move from home-based enterprise to a more formal business environment. Oriel Hub is 10,000 sq. ft. centre comprising shared office spaces and individual units. Meeting and training rooms are available to all tenants and with all inclusive packages starting at €80 per week it’s the perfect location to get your business on the right track.
Dundalk Enterprise Development Company (DEDCO) was founded in 1985 to foster and support indigenous businesses in the Dundalk area. Its aims are to promote regional economic growth. The company initially established an incubator unit in Dundalk town centre. In 1995, the company constructed two buildings at Finnabair Business Park and, in 2006, one of these buildings was sold to Digiweb. DEDCO has an active Board of local business people and entrepreneurs – Declan Murphy, Paddy Malone, Paddy Matthews, Jim O’Callaghan, John Kerr and Holly Dance. The company works closely with Dundalk Chamber and seeks to create a climate for enterprise and job creation in Dundalk and the north-east. Oriel Hub is a key component of the support it offers to small and medium sized enterprises.