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Following The Floods; Helps Businesses To Bounce Back

Following The Floods; Helps Businesses To Bounce Back, the UK’s largest online serviced office space broker, has seen a big hike in enquiries for emergency or short term office space – especially in the Sheffield area which appears to have been hit hardest by the freak June rainfall.

Established in 2001 by Birmingham-born entrepreneurs Jim Venables and Andy Haywood, is uniquely placed to help businesses secure flexible office accommodation wherever they are located in the UK. The company works with more than 90% of the UK’s serviced office space providers and landlords offering businesses immediate access to short or long term quality office accommodation.

Sebastian Brown, Managing Director of Omnia (, says his business, in conjunction with, has provided emergency office accommodation for at least five local companies this week.

As well as receiving numerous enquiries from individual firms, has also been contacted by disaster recovery specialists as they look to assist their clients following the floods.

One such firm is First Recovery which is now using as its first point of contact when searching for emergency office accommodation on behalf of clients.

Mike Galloway, Managing Director of First Recovery, says that has been given priority because “an immediate response and availability of premises is 100% crucial to us in the delivery of our service in conjunction with our Insurer partners.”

Commenting on the recent events, Managing Director of, Jim Venables, said: “Unfortunately, the floods which have caused devastation in Sheffield and other parts of the country have impacted not only on individual residents but also on businesses. While the true costs of the floods will not be known for some time, we are happy that we have been able to assist a number of businesses at this difficult time and, because of our strong relationship with the vast majority of the country’s serviced office space providers, secure immediate or emergency accommodation for these businesses which has allowed them to get on with their work with the minimum amount of disruption.”

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