The world of businesses and organizations seems to gain new entrants on an almost daily basis. This is not to say there is yet another multi-national corporation being created. Rather, more and more people have begun to start home based and small businesses. As events around the world take place, more and more non-profit and other organizations aimed at helping others begin to take root. Now normally, you may separate businesses and organizations when talking about certain matters. However, there are a few things these two entities have in common. One of which is the need to have a professional space in which to accomplish their work and present themselves. There are specialized offices called serviced offices that can help owners accomplish both of these tasks.
Serviced vs. Traditional
We are all aware of the concept of the traditional office buildings. Sometimes they are quite small while others are large skyscrapers. Much of the time when a company or organization rents a space in one of these buildings they are given the keys to a blank space. This means it is the renter’s responsibility to furnish space. Along with this cost they will have to hire a staff and tend to any other matters that may come up in order to make the space functional for them. Typically the lease on such locations is no less than one year.
If the idea of the traditional does not fit into your company or organization’s plans right now, do not worry there is an option out there. The creation of the serviced office in the late 1980s and early 1990s has opened many doors for smaller companies and organizations as they are nearly the complete opposite of the traditional approach. A renter in one of these locations will typically receive a unit that is not only fully furnished but also fully staffed to fit their needs. The renter may also be able to have the ability to make phone calls and use high-speed internet services built into their lease.
An example of a company that may benefit from this type of space is a home-based small business. Owners who do not wish to meet with potential and existing clients in their own homes can instead turn to these specialized locations. There the client will be met with a fully staffed office and be able to work with the renter in a location that is professional in nature and feel.
If you are an organization or business that may benefit from the services of a professional location without the hassle of a traditional office, this may be your solution. These specialized serviced offices can take your business to the next level.
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Chuck Stevens is an avid blogger always looking to share his experiences and recommendations. He has been a business owner for over 10 years and enjoys sharing his experiences with serviced offices in Canberra. You can follow him at @ChuckStevens12.