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Serviced Office Industry Exposed

Serviced Office Industry Exposed

Leading international broker, officebroker.com, will this month launch a series of regular, regional reviews that delve into the multimillion pound serviced office industry in the UK.

Spearheaded by companies such as Regus and MWB, the serviced office market is a crucible for start-up businesses and SMEΓÇÖs, who are often touted as the driving
forces for future innovation and the breeding ground for the business giants of tomorrow.

The quarterly reports will expose trends in demand, the number of new serviced office tenants entering the market, as well as the all important state of workstation costs and license lengths ΓÇô indicators of both the industryΓÇÖs health and that of the SME sector.

officebroker.com, who work with 95% of serviced office providers worldwide, are the largest broker worldwide, making them ideally placed to provide an accurate account of the industry and the businesses utilising it. Since being founded by business partners Jim Venables and Andy Haywood in 2001, officebroker.com has helped to place
thousands of independent businesses, as well as assisting international companies such as Serco and organisations like the NHS.

ΓÇ£We hope that these reports will allow an insight into this growing sector of the commercial property market, as well as offering the serviced office providers we work so closely with the opportunity to compare regional performance against their own ΓÇô a valuable tool in a highly competitive marketΓÇ¥ Jim Venables, Founder & MD, officebroker.com

All of officebroker.comΓÇÖs regional reviews will be available directly from the companyΓÇÖs
website www.officebroker.com as well as being distributed directly to serviced office providers throughout the UK.

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