• Michelin House Terrace

    It’s time to go back to work

    Published by sally.carter@t… | 5th July 2021

    As we progress through the government roadmap it's important to plan for a return to the office when it's safe to do so. 

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  • Back to the office

    The Prime Minister commits to the office

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 1st July 2021

    Earlier this month, The Telegraph’s Ben Riley-Smith reported that Boris Johnson is committed to returning workers to offices and is fundamentally opposed to permanent homeworking. After the postponement of the long-awaited ‘Freedom Day’ in June, this vote of confidence in the workplace was a welcome headline. 

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  • 78 Pall Mall - Exterior

    What a virtual office can mean for your business

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 24th June 2021

    More and more people are making use of a virtual office as a business address. This can help anchor your business in a more prestigious location. 

    We take a look into what a virtual office is, whether you can use them for a business address, and what it can do for your business. If you’re interested in a virtual office or virtual business address, you’re in the right place.

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  • Argyll - King William Street Customer Meeting

    Better together: why ‘incidental information exchanges’ are critical

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 14th June 2021

    PwC reported that half of UK firms plan to reduce their offices post-Covid. However, as author Marty Rubin once said, “no story tells the whole story”. Whilst some multinationals may be trimming their floor plates to support new-found hybrid working habits, many SMEs are in fact betting big on offices.

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  • Hybrid working

    How to do hybrid working right

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 3rd June 2021

    In recent weeks, hybrid working has been discussed at length by the media and business leaders alike. However, the hybrid model is not a flawless one, and there are still wrinkles that need to be ironed out...

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  • Octagon Point Dedicated Desk City

    How Does A Serviced Office Work?

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 24th May 2021

    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.

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  • City of London - 1 Cornhill

    The ‘great return’ has begun in London

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 13th May 2021

    In April, staff at JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs started to return to their London offices, with many other businesses now also following suit. In fact, Estates Gazette’s Tim Burke recently reported that UK offices saw occupancy levels at almost 45% of the pre-pandemic norm in late April. The ‘great return’ is now well underway and, with our enquiries almost on par with 2019 levels, our customers, new and old, are chief amongst those refilling London’s streets. 

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  • Michelin House - Office

    Office Space in London

    Published by sally.carter@t… | 6th April 2021


    Looking for an office space in London? You’ve come to the right place.
    We know it can be difficult finding an office space that is right for you. At The Argyll Club, we have over 35 locations to give your business the office space it needs in a safe, secure way. We’ve gone above and beyond to follow guidelines to help you get your teams back together in the safest way. 
    Below, we answer some questions about office spaces to help you find the perfect office space for you and your business. 

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  • 33 St James's Square Entrance

    Private Office - The Benefits

    Published by rachel@escapin… | 24th March 2021

    Having a private office is becoming more and more popular as businesses look for new ways to conduct business. A private office allows for confidential work, without distraction, in a quiet luxury environment. 

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  • The A-Z of Post-Covid Working: Zoom Fatigue

    The A-Z of Post-Covid Working: Zoom Fatigue

    Published by michaela.wrede… | 18th March 2021

    In the words of Prof. Jeremy Bailenson, Founding Director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, ‘just because you candoesn’t mean you have to’. He is of course referring to video conference calls and doing so in light of Stanford’s new Zoom Exhaustion & Fatigue (ZEF) Scale, which tracks the general as well as physical, social, emotional and motivational fatigue that comes with time spent in on-screen meetings...

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