Ireland Self-Storage Operator Need More Space Rebrands as Nesta

Ireland self-storage operator Need More Space has changed its name to Nesta. The new branding embodies an ethos developed during the company’s 25 years of helping customers manage challenging life events that trigger the need for self-storage, according to director Brian Hefferon.

Ireland self-storage operator Need More Space has changed its name to Nesta. The new branding embodies an ethos developed during the company’s 25 years of helping customers manage challenging life events that trigger the need for self-storage, according to director Brian Hefferon.

To announce the rebranding, the company held a breakfast event in Dublin hosted by television personality Melanie Cantor. The professional organizer hosts “Making Space,” a national television show that offers viewers practical and strategic solutions to space and storage problems.

Cantor offered attendees storage tips via anecdotes from her TV series, according to a press release. Photographer Fiona Hackett was also in attendance. Images from her photo project “Self-Storage” adorned the wall of the Blue Room inside the Dean Hotel, where the event was held.

Guests also had the opportunity to win a prize by attempting to open a locked storage box. The winner received a voucher for Sophie's Italian restaurant, inside the hotel.

Founded in 1989, Nesta operates four self-storage locations in Deansgrange, Kylemore, Sandyford and Santry, Ireland. The company is part of the Kefron Group, which specializes in secure document- and information-management solutions.

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