Four problems your office space rental should solve

Has your business grown to the point that you feel like you need a professional office space? Want an office but not the high overhead associated with traditional offices? Your chosen office space should be an asset not a hindrance in growing your business – below are 4 problems that your space should address.

Furniture and technology

Finding, buying, and installing furniture and phone systems can take a large amount of upfront money and time. You need a fully-furnished, turnkey solution that is ready to use as soon as possible, regardless of whether you are a sole proprietor or multi-employee enterprise.

Access

When you’re a small business owner or an entrepreneur, you’re often working around the clock. Typical business hours don’t necessarily apply to your work schedule and you need an office space that can fit those parameters. Access 24/7 is a must for your company.

Uncertainty

You’re not sure if this quarter you’ll be hiring three new people or not. Next quarter you may be in the midst of meetings with high-level clients or investors and require a well-equipped conference room. A flexible lease should be important to you as a business owner so that you have the resources to deal with future unknowns.

Front-desk staffing

Although your company may be in a start-up or growth phase, a professional façade is important. Having a lobby receptionist available during business hours is critical for greeting incoming clients and unexpected visitors. A welcoming face and friendly greeting can make a great impression of your business.

Access Office Business can provide all of the above and more – come see what we have to offer and experience our professional and welcoming office environment today! Detailed information on the services Access Office Business Center offers can be found here, but feel free to contact us and take a tour if you have specific questions about your business needs!

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