Office Space :: How To Corp Business Startup
Welcome to the Office Space category, part of How To Corp's Business Startup directory focussed on B2B sales, networking and partnerships.
The How To Corp Office Space category, sometimes called offices for rent, office buildings or office parks, features businesses and organizations offering products and services such as business space for rent, office space for lease and office suites. Other products and services that might also be offered include desk space, temporary office space and virtual offices.
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Office space is one of the most expensive investments and costs for a business so it's important to review the types of space on offer and choose carefully. Options include serviced solutions where businesses have access to common facilities management and maintenance services as well as shared meeting spaces, reception services and other supports. Serviced offices may be available as furnished or unfurnished spaces that can be tailored to reflect the brand and unique needs of a business. Serviced office space is normally available on a flexible basis with simple monthly rental costs and no need for long term leases.
Alternatively, businesses can lease or purchase unfurnished and unbranded offices in buildings that do not offer additional business services. This type of traditional office may be cheaper on a monthly basis (spread out over several years or more) but usually requires a long term lease as well as the additional costs of utilities, legal fees, local business rates, etc...
In addition to renting or buying office space, businesses also have the option of using a shared office space. Shared offices are excellent environments for networking and collaborating with other businesses. In the business-to-business (B2B) world, working in this type of setting can help generate leads for new suppliers, buyers and business partners. A shared office space also provides businesses with cost savings by avoiding the high upfront costs of renting or buying offices space. This option also provides support services that can help reduce costs. These might include use of meeting rooms, communal areas such as kitchens and breakout spaces, shared reception and telephone answering services, facilities management, and more. Shared office spaces also generally have more flexible terms that allow businesses to increase or decrease the size of their office as their needs change.
The type of space you opt for will depend on many factors including the number of workstations you need, your privacy requirements, if you need warehousing or storage space, the amount and type of space available in the location you want, the cost per square foot and any additional costs (utilities, etc...) and so on. You will want to factor in any growth requirements if your business plan calls for ramping up in the near future as well as any downsizing or team splitting that may be projected.
Shared offices can be great for start-ups or project teams that want a buzzing environment and close collaboration with other similar small companies and teams. Serviced and executive office rental is suitable for businesses who require flexibility of location and size and don't want to be tied into long term, expensive contracts. Conventional commercial space is usually preferred by established companies with relatively steady numbers and cashflow who can more accurately predict their income, expenditure and workstation requirements for the next 3-5 years.
Our exhaustive index of Business Startup related organizations and businesses provides new, growing and established US businesses with a comprehensive resource for locating both national and local Office Space.
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