Many companies throughout Great Britain have opted to take up offices in Belfast and Dublin coworking spaces on the cusp of Brexit uncertainty.
For example, coworking firm Glandore has said that since the beginning of the year, 64% of its inquiries have come from companies in other parts of the UK.
Glandore has over 3,000 desks across nine locations and has had clients such as Facebook and Twitter using their spaces.
To prepare for Brexit, the firm has seen three of its Belfast member companies take up virtual offices and flexible workspaces at its Dublin location.
“Uncertainty still looms over most businesses as the Brexit deadline draws ever closer,” said managing director Michael Kelly. “We’re still no clearer as to what kind of deal will be agreed and there is the likelihood of a no-deal scenario.”