Todays scale-up organisations are rapidly choosing Managed Office solutions and it’s thriving.

Listed companies; including Microsoft, Facebook, Citi, Adidas Google and Salesforce are already taking advantage of tailored, on-board technology driven office solutions that boosts productivity, improve employee retention, power talent recruitment and more.

 

Why Large Enterprises typically, 10-50+ companies, love Flexible Offices?

Flexible ‘Managed Office’ Solutions, are a step away from the traditional serviced office/coworking world and are more of a hybrid lease arrangement, without all the complex legalities of traditional conventional leasing, whilst delivering the security and control of a traditional lease. 

Office providers of flexible workspaces are now able to source suitable spaces, negotiate terms, manage and implement the fit out, design and install a complete IT package specifically to meet technology conscious businesses. Unlike a conventional lease set- up, a business will continue to benefit from having the entire property managed on their behalf. By taking a managed office solution corporate occupiers also avoid any lengthy covenant enquiries, expensive legal costs, possible stamp duty fees, agent fee’s and more importantly, your valuable time!

 

Key Benefits of Managed Offices

Key Benefits of Managed Offices

A Managed Office suite is normally designed to a specification, of at least 2000sqft but typically up to 5000sqft+ and usually occupying a whole floor within a building.
Suites are often tailored to match the clients brand, are priced by sqft but unlike a lease, all costs are billed neatly in one invoice (like a serviced office).

• Large Enterprise Management
• Modular Layouts
• Client Own Branding
• Flexible office spaces are created for individual, private facilities.

These spaces reflect the company’s own brand, values and are tailored for its specific preferences.

Providers work alongside a landlord as a partner to manage your services directly for you.

How Coworking Offices Differ

How Coworking Offices Differ

These are commonly called 'Serviced Offices' and are often used short-term for 12months or less. The average office size is getting bigger but typically for 2-10 people, or 'Hot desking'.

• Multiple Small Business
• Standardised Space
• Efficient Layouts
• Shared Facilities
• Operators Branding
• The 'Co-working' spaces mostly house Individuals and smaller companies and lack privacy.

These spaces reflect the branding and preferences of the coworking operator and crucially not its tenants! You are generally charged per person, so growth can get expensive.

Office clients have to adopt the branding and culture which reflects the operator, such as
WeWork, TOG, or REGUS. (IWG)

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