Duke of Kent Opens Reading Office Space for SecurEnvoy HQ
Earlier this month, the Duke of Kent officially opened the new international headquarters of an award-winning technological enterprise.
SecurEnvoy recently took office space in Reading at Merlin House in Theale, which is run by serviced office providers, Asmec Management Holdings.
The SecurEnvoy enterprise has won several high profile awards in recent years, including the QueenΓÇÖs Award for Excellence in Innovation.
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At the official opening ceremony of the companyΓÇÖs new HQ, the Duke of Kent unveiled a plaque at Merlin House to mark the occasion.
ΓÇ£We are delighted to have moved to Merlin House… their flexible office space works perfectly for our organisation,ΓÇ¥ says Steve Watts, Co-Founder of SecurEnvoy. ΓÇ£It is an impressive, technically-advanced building that is perfect for entertaining corporate clients both from the UK and overseas.
ΓÇ£The other advantage of Merlin House is that whilst we are growing at such a fast pace we know that we can expand into larger offices at any time rather than have to move out and find other premises.ΓÇ¥
Statistics show that demand for larger flexible office space in Reading and the surrounding areas has increased since the last quarter of 2011.
In officebroker.comΓÇÖs exclusive Thames Valley Serviced Office Review we found that, despite a slight rise in the cost of office space in the area, local companies required more average workstations per office.
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