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Why A Serviced Office Will Benefit Your Business

March 01, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 185

Have you wondered if a serviced office is right for your business? Ask yourself the following three questions:

1. Is your business a start-up, and you need office space right away so you can begin building it into the powerhouse you know it can be?

2. Would having a fully furnished office available to you at any time, with telephones, computers and even a friendly receptionist, benefit your business?

3. Do you only need a short-term office lease, but all the management companies you have talked to only offer a lease that's 12 months or longer?

A yes answer to any of the above questions means leasing a serviced office is something that could benefit your business.

Cost And Time Saving

A serviced office gives your business the flexibility it needs in order to grow. Small business owners work long hours, but you already know that. Think about how much of that time is spent managing the day-to-day hassles of running a business, as opposed to focusing on growth and leadership.

For instance, think about the time and money spent managing the traditional office rental space. Employees, furniture, electronics and supplies are all managed. You have to interview and hire employees, shop and arrange for furniture delivery, and also try to find the best deals on computers, copiers, fax machines and printers.

What this means is time and effort that could be invested in growing a business is often used instead to manage an office. There is no ROI on waiting to have the copier repaired. Valuable time is also wasted going through catalogs looking for the best deal, or reordering supplies.

The simple truth is that many businesses waste time and money on activity that doesn't benefit the business in any way. It's more a diversion than anything else. In today's ultra-competitive market, the businesses that succeed are the ones that focus on growth and potential.


A serviced office is ideal for companies that need flexibility. Some companies need to be in a market for only a set amount of time. This is true of businesses that revolve around sports or the arts, but even other companies can find they need flexibility in office space.

Businesses that need satellite offices benefit from going the serviced office route. Having an office that is set and ready to go makes it easier and quicker to come online when it becomes clear that a branch office is needed.

Costs Are Easy to Track

With a serviced office, expenses can be easily tracked. The lease terms are flexible, but for most serviced offices, you will only pay for what you use.

That means you won't be paying for that big, empty conference room month after month like you would in a traditional lease. You will only pay for the conference room when you use it.

Management companies that run serviced office buildings are also usually more flexible than a traditional landlord. Many of them go out of their way to make the lease as customized as possible. Your success is their success, which is why you will find them so attentive to your business needs.

If you need an office in Singapore, visit Serviced Office Singapore.

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