There are several models of workspaces and they are all quite different from each other. When you rent a regular office, you are often stuck with whatever the space brings. And let’s say you want to rent the office for just a month or even a week, chances are that’s not financially feasible. The traditional office space tends to get better pricing if you lease for a long period. That situation may work out for your company if you have several employees, a stable business model, and you are sure that you will still need the same amount of office space give or take in the next few years.
The amenities or extras of the office are paid for separately (phone lines, furnishing, and so on). If you are a smaller business, chances are that the longer lease times and square footage will add more pressure rather than the flexibility that small businesses need. Fortunately, there’s another option – executive office suites.
Executive Office Suites
An executive office suite offers a lot of flexibility and often at a fraction of the cost of a regular office rental space. They tend to offer less square footage for your actual office; however, they provide you with a shared set of amenities like a lobby, conference or meeting room, and other common areas. This allows you to focus on your business and forget about the office, as it is maintained through a shared service.
An executive office space allows you to create a very positive first impression on any client.
Having a small business, it is unlikely that you would want to allocate a budget for a beautiful building showcasing a well-designed and fully furnished lobby with a receptionist ready to greet the client and direct them to the meeting room of your choice. But with corporate office suites, this is exactly what you get – the feel of a very large company, the amenities and comforts of a luxurious office, all without the exorbitant costs. These common areas are shared with the rest of the tenants and, as such, the price is divided among all, making it affordable and flexible. When you are done using the conference room someone else can use it and you can go back to your personal space.
Say you work out of your home, but have a series of meetings coming up for the following week. You could choose to meet the client at a coffee shop, or perhaps at their office, but you probably would want to leave your home out of the equation. Although Starbucks is a popular meeting place, it does not do much for your credibility. You can then rent an executive office suite for a week, get your meetings done and then go back to working from your home. The flexibility that executive office spaces can give you is unparalleled.
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