Belfast Telegraph

Arthur House proving a hit for Glandore

From left: Ortus Secured Finance director Shane Donnelly, Glandore sales manager Caroline McSorley, Imperva director of customer success Roger Flynn, and Glandore business development manager Nial Borthistle
From left: Ortus Secured Finance director Shane Donnelly, Glandore sales manager Caroline McSorley, Imperva director of customer success Roger Flynn, and Glandore business development manager Nial Borthistle

By Staff Reporter

Flexible workspace provider Glandore has marked one year since launching its £1m co-working and event space at Arthur House in Belfast city centre.

Belfast Chamber, Ortus Secured Finance, ACA Compliance, US tech firm SmashFly and cyber security company Imperva have all moved there since last year.

Glandore boss Michael Kelly said Arthur House had attracted eight international firms.

"Brexit has seen a number of businesses outside of the UK relocate operations to Belfast and we're delighted the strength of our brand has been able to attract some big name companies," he added.

Belfast Telegraph

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