Remote and Local Working

Incubator and Hotdesk supports

The Mill / Drogheda Digital Inovation Hub

The Mill Enterprise Hub provides office solutions and hot desks for remote workers and companies seeking second-site solution or satellite offices.

The Mill is working with Louth County Council and Enterprise Ireland on a new downtown Hub that will offer space for startups and remote workers.

M1 Drogheda Grow Remote Chapter

Remote working – BUT also quick access to Dublin

Drogheda and East Meath had one of the highest rate of commuters in Ireland with circa 42% of all workers commuting to outside areas. The census 2016 figures highlighted that East Meath has the highest % of commuters in Ireland who travelled for over 90 minutes each way. However, there has been a exponential growth in remote working over the past few years, and Drogheda is at the forefront of supporting them.

The M1 Drogheda Grow Remote Group aims to highlight benefits of working remotely to companies and individuals, whilst also providing support & Community to its members. The census 2016 figures highlighted that East Meath has the highest % of commmuters in Ireland that travel for over 90 minutes each way.

We’re part of a national movement to connect remote workers in Ireland. We believe we’re in the middle of a seismic change in ways of working that opens up a whole new opportunity for a better quality of life, for remote workers and for  Ireland.