Using a serviced office is becoming more popular as businesses find new ways to adapt as office requirements change. A serviced office allows for lease flexibility and value for money. But how does a serviced office work? We take a look into what a serviced office is, how they work, and what you need to know.
What is a Serviced Office?
A serviced office is a furnished office space, fully equipped, and managed by an operator. A serviced office can be rented out as single private office, through to a whole floor.
A serviced office is a great alternative to the conventional office space. A serviced office can also be called an executive office, managed office, or business centre. The company that services the offices are responsible for maintaining the facilities. The office space can be arranged to cater to clients’ needs for the best results. Hiring a serviced office is growing in popularity as companies have had to look for different ways to carry out their business.
A serviced office space will usually include a reception team to take calls and greet visitors, in-office maintenance staff such as cleaners, as well as onsite meeting rooms.
Argyll is leading the way in serviced office space in London. With over 35 iconic locations across London, office space can be hired and personalised based on your needs. We offer professional receptionists to take calls, handle mail, and greet you and your guests. Every office has the high-speed, reliable broadband and Wi-Fi connectivity your business demands. A dedicated internet connection, and a private LAN network, with IT support to keep your day running smoothly. Each space is secure, sound-proofed, with on-site security. Each office features everything you need to get to work and stay focussed.
How does a serviced office work?
A serviced office will offer more flexible arrangements than conventional space. When hiring a serviced office you need to know what it is you’re looking for. You need to know your budget, and how much you’re willing to go above or below this. You need to know how many people you need to be able to use the space, and what facilities they will need. Think about what extras you may require. Think about where the best location would be, and how easy it is for clients and employees to get to. Think about the local area, coffee shops, gyms. What might be useful to have nearby at lunchtime or after work? Once you know what you need, finding a serviced office that’s right for you will be that much easier.
What about a serviced office with Argyll?
With Argyll, you can rest assured that your business needs will be taken care of. We offer premium offices across 35 iconic London locations to give your business the best office space to impress clients and make life easier for you and your work.
Our serviced office offers exceptional quality all round. With spacious offices, high-quality furniture and a refined aesthetic, you’ll have everything you need. Feel at home with a workplace where everything has been considered and taken care of. With access to break-out areas and meeting rooms, we’ve got every element of business covered.
You’ll have consistent connectivity with high-speed, reliable broadband and Wi-Fi connection. Work at the pace your business demands with a dedicated internet connection, and a private LAN network, with IT support to keep everything running smoothly.
We offer safety and privacy with 24-7 security, sound-proofed spaces, and measures in place to keep workplaces socially distanced and safe.
With Argyll, your serviced office comes with a personal and attentive service. Run your day without interruption with professional receptionists to greet guests and take calls, organise dry cleaning and catering services. Kitchens with high-quality tea and coffee to keep you working at your best.
A serviced office with Argyll means everything’s been thought of, and everything’s been taken care of. Work knowing your business needs are sorted, leaving you to get on with what really matters.
Interested? Enquire now to find the serviced office that’s right for you.