Do you know the difference between a flexible and traditional office?

Do you know the difference between a flexible and traditional office?

  • Shorter leases, often from month to month
  • Short notice period, usually one month
  • Opportunity to sign only the number of jobs needed
  • Several companies share common areas
  • Full service - Coffee, laundry, reception, electricity and insurance are included.
  • Possibility to scale up or down

In light of the corona situation, several business owners have had their eyes opened to flexible offices. Being able to scale your business organically based on the business's needs and not the obligations you have on the lease - is something more and more people see the value of! In light of the new restrictions, more and more companies, also of significant size, are making contact after re-evaluating their physical office use.

Rent should never be the expense item that traps a business!

First and foremost - The term "flexible office" describes a work area that gives the tenant flexibility over location, size, period and additional services. Types of flexible office include:

  • Serviced offices
  • Workplaces
  • Managed offices
  • Virtual offices

Whether you need a fully furnished, newly renovated work area with a staffed reception or just a prestigious address and phone number to refer your customers to, a flexible office includes everything you need to run your business.

Source: WeWork

Also, you only pay for what you actually need - from 10 desks in a private serviced office, five days a week, to one desk in a part-time "coworking space", or access to a meeting room when you need one.

Easy budgeting with a single monthly bill.

All the elements of a flexible office - rent, prices, furniture, reception and IT support, maintenance and cleaning of buildings - are included in a fixed monthly fee.

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