The growth of the serviced business centre is one of the UK’s biggest success stories of the past few years. The value of the sector in the UK has been put at £16 billion, if you use conventional methods, and even this might be a conservative estimate.
When your business faces the downsides of homeworking, moving to a physical workspace isn’t always the answer. Instead, a virtual office service can prove a smart alternative. Homeworking has its benefits, but it can prove quite challenging when your administrative tasks start to interfere with your work. Perhaps you’re starting to feel like you want a more professional set–up for your business? Step forward, the virtual office. Here, your business is registered at an address without you actually moving in. It’s cost-effective, easy to set up and comes with a host of benefits for businesses such as yours.
Renting office space might seem like a big step, but there are many reasons why doing so may be beneficial for your business. Ranging from the fact that an office gives you a more professional image, as opposed to just working from home, to offering a low risk expansion.
At Basepoint we understand the specific requirements expected of serviced meeting rooms, ensuring delegates can focus on their agenda. At Basepoint High Wycombe our first class meeting room facilities, which can be booked by the hour, can accommodate up to 12 people.
A survey from Regus’ parent company IWG finds flexible working helps cut costs and boost employee productivity From HR directors to entrepreneurs to PAs, flexible office spaces are helping all kinds of businesspeople work better. In IWG’s, well over two thirds of respondents (79%) said that flexible workspace has played a role in their company’s success.