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What is a serviced office?
A serviced office is a fully equipped office suite fully managed by an operator and renting individual offices or whole floors to businesses.

Why a serviced office?
Serviced offices are helpful especially for new start ups or small businesses that cannot afford to commit to sign long term leases for a whole office space. Serviced offices are also for companies who are looking to renovate their current space and is looking for a temporary plug and play solution. They are also for companies who are setting foot in a new city for the first time.

There are various office types to choose from. A serviced office typically have options of either internal or external suites and optional add ons such as business support services or use of meeting facilities.

The lease term of a serviced office is highly flexible, from just weeks to months or even years. The spaces are also flexible enough should the company expands or downsizes – this will can be done in a short time and not incur monetary or time losses.

Businesses can also enjoy shared facilities such as business support services, meeting rooms, office equipment while not incurring capital costs.

Businesses can also focus on what they do and not worry about IT or administrative works such as topping up of pantry supplies or even arranging for a cleaner to clean up the office.

Costs are also managed as you only pay for what you use. There isn’t a need for a huge paid up capital.

What is a virtual office?
A virtual office is a physical commercial address managed by an operator offering business services to individuals or businesses without renting a physical space to them.
 
Why a virtual office?
Virtual offices are helpful for businesses who do not require a physical space to operate. There are various virtual offices plans to choose from depending on the requirements.
 
The contract term of a virtual office is highly flexible, from just weeks to months or even years. Plans and be upgraded or downgraded as the requirements change and not incur much losses.
 
Business are also welcomed into the centre to enjoy shared facilities such as business support services, meeting rooms, office equipment while not incurring capital costs.
 
Costs are also managed as you only pay for what you use. There isn’t a need for a huge paid up capital.