Companies use serviced offices for a variety of reasons, ranging from the very flexible terms on offer to the total convenience of having a fully managed serviced office with everything taken care of and just a single bill at the end of each month.
However, recent activity in the office rental market has highlighted other reasons why companies are currently favouring serviced offices as their preferred choice of office provisioning. With Theresa May about to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March 2017, many businesses are postponing investment and similarly do not want to commit to long term office rental agreements. This is where serviced offices are providing a convenient flexible alternative.
Andy Gillen is Managing Director at Hudson House Business Centre in Edinburgh and he is noticing an upturn in demand for Serviced Offices in Edinburgh. “Since the decision was taken to exit the EU in June of last year we are finding that more and more businesses are choosing to rent serviced offices as it gives them the flexibility that they need in a time of uncertainty. We have been enjoying high levels of occupancy in recent months and there is no doubt that Brexit has been a factor in driving demand within our sector” he said.
If you are considering using Serviced Offices in Edinburgh or a Virtual Office in Edinburgh, please contact Hudson House Business Centre on 0131 473 2300.