Tuesday, 23 June 2009

Working From a Serviced Office

Working from a Serviced Office

For some businesses working from home will not be suitable. However, your business my not be in the position to commit to taking on your own premises. In these circumstances the flexibility and affordability offered by serviced offices may well be the answer.

Serviced offices are usually available for either occasional hire, or on a part time or full time basis. This flexibility can be important in the early years of your business and can help save money. The amount of space required can usually be changed at fairly short notice, so as your business grows you can take on more space without needing to move offices.

Professional Image

Having a serviced office may give your business a more professional image, by providing a separate business postal address, a fax number and a receptionist to take telephone calls.

The IT and communications facilities are usually up to date and likely to be in excess of those a small start up business would be able to afford in its own right. You may also want to take advantage of the secretarial services on offer, or make use of the meeting rooms.

All of the above factors will mean that you are working in a professional office environment, which should focus your mind on your business, without the distractions that working at home may bring.

The rental payments will vary depending upon the amount of use, the length of your contract and what services you require, but they can be very reasonable when you consider that there are no separate business rates or service charges payable.

1 comment:

  1. I agree that with a serviced office, you are working in a professional office environment. And not just that, it also offers more flexible rental terms as opposed to a conventional leased office.

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