What is a serviced office?
A serviced office consists of dedicated office space that has been fully equipped to serve the needs of companies. Typically, serviced offices are run by a specialised facilities management company, which is responsible for providing all the business services on offer.
Serviced offices offer companies looking for office space the possibility of immediate occupation, as they are already equipped with workstations, office furniture, meeting and conference rooms, reception and clerical services, common areas, and waiting rooms for visitors. In addition, serviced offices have all the communications infrastructure already in place, so companies that move in do not need to set up telephone lines, high speed Internet services, servers, etc.
Serviced offices are available for rent at a fixed monthly fee, which also includes building maintenance, security, insurance, and utility bills. Another characteristic of serviced offices is the flexibility of their lease terms, which can be as short as 3 months, offering companies the possibility of moving into more suitable office space as and when required.
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