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officebroker.com launches Asia Pac operation

officebroker.com launches Asia Pac operation
http://www.officebroker.com/images/articles/paulmiller.jpgPaul Miller Managing Director of officebroker.com Asia Pacific

Britain’s largest online business space brokering company has expanded into Asia Pacific. The new site is in the heart of Perth’s CBD in Western Australia allowing communication with people from India to New Zealand in one working day.

The rapid growth of the firm has been supported by the shift from conventional leased space to more flexible serviced offices, where contract periods are shorter and businesses can choose the different facilities and services they require.

Founded in 2001 by Birmingham born entrepreneurs – Jim Venables and Andy Haywood, officebroker.com has doubled its sales year on year. The mission of the company is to define the way the world finds business space by providing unrivaled choice and a first class consultative service around the globe to help people find the right business space for them.

Not only can we commit more hours and enhance our customerΓÇÖs experience we can help our larger clients to plan and optimise their workspace around the world

Paul Miller, officebroker.com Asia Pacific

The company has already successfully established operations covering the Americas and Europe and within months of setting up shop in Asia Pacific the company has already secured major contracts and placed over 100 businesses.

Paul Miller Managing Director of officebroker.com Asia Pacific said ΓÇ£Not only can we commit more hours and enhance our customerΓÇÖs experience we can help our larger clients to plan and optimise their workspace around the world”.

Serviced offices are furnished offices with short leases and flexible terms – avoiding the hassle and commitment of long-term leases; this significantly reduces risk for some businesses and also allows smaller businesses to benefit from the communications and facilities that only large companies could traditionally afford.

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