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Flexibility is the main difference between conventional and serviced office space and is a desirable commodity for any business. Therefore, in order to secure the greatest flexibility, serviced or managed offices are the best mode of action. The business world can be one of uncertainty, even more so since 2008, and therefore flexible offices are increasingly being sought, especially when it comes to the saving of both time and money.
A flexible office is useful if you are not necessarily sure of an ideal time span in which you will want a particular office. Furthermore, if you are part of a growing industry of business then you may be considering up-scaling to a larger facility in the future. If you believe these may be your plans than serviced or managed offices could be best plan of action.
It will also be possible to expand within the same building rather than having to look for space elsewhere and therefore move your entire operation/staff/change address – which can be difficult and somewhat frustrating if you have advertised/already have a number of clients that are familiar with your current information – and you may therefore lose out on some business.
A flexible serviced office offers many other benefits than the ones stated above. For example:
- A change can be made at short notice
- You are free from the burdens of property management and from other leasehold obligations.
- You can pay one monthly bill which generally covers all office services including I.T. equipment and telecommunications
This kind of simple, well organised structure is desirable for any business. And as it is a short and relatively simple process, the license agreement being very brief, a lawyer will not be necessary for these proceedings as the legal commitment can be of a time period of as little as one month, which is very convenient if you feel you may be moving in the near future.
With unserviced and leased offices this comfortable sense of flexibility is lost. And therefore there are numerous negative attributes:
- Expansion is unlikely within the same building.
- The cost will be higher as you will need to provide your own services – you will need to fit out I.T. cabling, telephones etc.
- Will have to pay for refurbishment.
- A lawyer will be needed in order to negotiate the terms of the lease, and to draw up the necessary documentation.
- Time commitment will be much longer – from as long as 3 years to over a decade for some contracts.
Another flexible option is a managed office space; this comes with fewer extras than a serviced office space provides, though it still offers short and flexible terms. If you require an office space for more than several months but are not ready to commit long term for a number of years, then managed office space may be what you require.
As there are a multitude of flexible serviced offices to choose from it can be difficult to find the one perfect for you. You therefore need the right service to aid you in this search. Our live Office Space Database has over 30,000 individual flexible serviced offices for you to choose from so you can find the best of what is available. Once you have found your desired location, click on the flexible offices on which you wish to receive further information on, and by clicking Submit you will receive a Free report with all of th information you require.
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