IoD Stay Loyal to Serviced Offices in Manchester
The Institute of Directors (IoD), which currently reside at a Regus office property for the base of their Manchester operations, are planning to move to a new office in the city and switch to a new serviced office provider.
The organisation, Europe’s largest membership organisation for business leaders, plans to move its North West location to City Tower, which is operated by serviced office company Bruntwood.
The move shows considerable commitment by the company in the serviced office sector, and their reasons for staying within the industry highlight the benefits available to all companies, large or small.
“The IoD is always trying to find new ways to improve its services to members, and this new Manchester hub will provide the perfect place to hold private client meetings, informal discussions or business seminars,” commented Darrell Matthews, regional director of the IoD in the North West.
According to TheBusinessDesk, he added:
“What’s more, the office is fantastically furnished and gives stunning views of Manchester, providing first-class facilities for members to use as they wish.”
Serviced offices are renowned for their ability to offer instant occupation, all-in service agreements, and flexibility, both in terms of physical office configuration and rental terms.
Mr Matthews said that their new office will offer the IoD an excellent location in the heart of the city. He also commented that the move is designed to support its efforts to improve ties between regional enterprises, and the services it can offer to business leaders and entrepreneurs.
“Over the years the presence of the IoD in the North West has grown consistently,” he added, “and we’re looking forward to increasing this profile from our new base.”
The new office will be open to IoD members from next Monday, July 19.