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Serviced office space industry to benefit from Conservative policies?

Serviced office space industry to benefit from Conservative policies?

Serviced office space is often the first step for new businesses and entrepreneurs when they look to establish an office in order to help their business to grow. So how would the serviced office industry stand to benefit from Conservative Party policy suggestions aimed at making it easier for small firms to get started in business?

In the event that the Conservative come to power in the forthcoming general election, and they are able to ease the burden on start-up businesses (as both Labour and the Liberal Democrats have pledged to achieve also), then the serviced office industry could experience an influx of new businesses seeking office property.

After all, the office space industry would be able to offer new businesses a range of appropriate locations to trade from, flexible terms and all inclusive cost packages making the budget and trading process a much simpler.

So, as the election closes in and the promises made by each political party continue to flow, I hope that the help pledged to SMEΓÇÖs is not forgotten when the time to deliver arrives. Each of the main parties leaders have expressed how SMEΓÇÖs are fundamental to economic recovery and the future of the British economy ΓÇô the serviced office industry is ideally suited to support them and both would benefit greatly.

Are you a SME or Start-up Company looking to take your first step into establishing an effective office space for your business? If you are you can take advantage of our online search facility or call one of our dedicated consultants on 0800 9777 770. We offer a free service designed to help you land the perfect office space for your company. is the UKΓÇÖs leading independent office broker and works alongside 95% of the UKΓÇÖs office providers meaning the service and choice available to you is unmatched.

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