Opinionated? Knowledgeable? Experienced?
Want the opportunity to share your detailed knowledge or rounded experience of the serviced office market with peers and colleagues alike?
officebroker.com will be publishing the Q3 instalment of its Serviced Office Review series at the end of October - and we would like you to reflect on its findings, express your opinions on its results and let us share your views with thousands of serviced office professionals through the officebroker.com website.
As a community we are collectively able to keep a finger on the pulse of the serviced office industry, an industry which supports thousands of new and existing businesses each year as they look to expand, thrive or even just survive in the current financial climate.
Being part of this unique and important sector of the UK economy places us in a prime position to provide feedback on how these businesses are coping, the difficulties being faced by both clients and providers alike and where we see the serviced office market developing in the future.
This is why we are inviting all of our News & Views community to get involved and to make a statement about the industry.
By making regional instalments of our Serviced Office Review series available in advance, we hope to provide a platform for debate, interaction and exchange that will help to flesh out our industry statistics – all you have to do is let us know where in the UK you are and we will forward the relevant report straight to you - then simply send your comments back to us!
In exchange we will include a link to your building's profile here on the officebroker.com website, helping to make your building more visible to the many potential clients that visit our website each day.
To get started:
2. We will then send you the relevant regional report in advance of it being published.
3. Email back your comments, thoughts and opinions and we will add them to the officebroker.com website and include a link to your building profile.
Job done – point made!
Published by Simon on Monday, 18 October 2010 at 11:00 AM