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i2 Office Glasgow Hits 85% Occupancy

i2 Office Glasgow Hits 85% Occupancy

The technology being offered by serviced office space provider i2 Office has played a major role in attracting new clients to its Glasgow offices, with the serviced office provider reporting that it has helped them to achieve an occupancy level of 85% since first opening its door in January 2011.

Located in an eye-catching glass fronted building only a few minutesΓÇÖ walk from Glasgow Central, the city centre offices of i2 Office were designed with technology in mind, with the 45mb broadband connection offered at the site just one of the features highlighted as helping to attract a string of new clients, as i2 Office CEO Phillip Grace explains:

“We are seeing an increasing demand for the superfast, extra bandwidth as more and more businesses want to use desktop video conferencing, cloud computing and to stream media. This is available at all our centres across the country and we believe it will be a key factor in attracting and retaining companies over the coming months.”

One of the recent clients to take office space at the centre include SmartestEnergy, who picked out the availability of this hi-level broadband connection as the deciding factor in choosing i2 Office for their Glasgow location:

“We knew we wanted to be in GlasgowΓÇ¥ explained Iain Robertson, SmartestenergyΓÇÖs BDM for Scotland. ΓÇ£And after reviewing a number of possible venues it became clear that i2 Office’s location combined with the exceptional quality of its internal environment was by far the best option.

ΓÇ£With our head office and IT services based in London, and the need to share and work on large files, it was also imperative that we had a robust IT offering. i2 Office’s ability to offer a superfast, 45MB bandwidth as part of the package was a deciding factor in our selection.”

To learn more about the i2 Office in Glasgow, including a video tour of the office space, use the link below:

i2 Office | Glasgow

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