Servcorp, the leading provider of serviced offices and business package solutions in the Middle East, will launch five co-working office spaces across the Middle East 2017 in response to the region’s growing demand for flexible work environments.
While co-working office space options grow across the region, there are none with the premium addresses or breadth of services offered by Servcorp. Located in iconic business towers in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Lebanon, Qatar and Jeddah, Servcorp’s co-working spaces provide businesses of all sizes – from start-ups to multinationals – the infrastructure, support and facilities of a fully serviced office without the cost of a full time office space.
Developed for companies that understand the value of a highly prestigious address without the cost and commitment of a physical office lease, Servcorp’s month-by-month ‘Co-working Package’ provides access to a host of cutting-edge benefits that ensure businesses are at their most professional and productive.
These include seamless information technology (IT) solutions generally found only in the world’s largest blue-chip corporations; first-class private offices and meeting rooms, and the most personal and professional administrative support to ensure any contact with your company is world-class.
Taking the concept of collaboration to another level, companies also enjoy access to the ‘Servcorp Community’, an online corporate hub that has been developed to encourage networking and knowledge sharing with over 35,000 ‘imagineers’ globally. One of the largest private business communities in the world, the ‘Servcorp Community’ also provides clients with high-level content through curated articles, deep-knowledge forums and access to worldwide events.
“With an increased focus on companies’ operational efficiencies, as well as the cost of setting up an office for newcomers to the region, Servcorp’s ‘Co-working Package’ offers value for money and unrivalled convenience. More businesses than ever are looking for a flexible way of working that will reduce costs, increase agility and offer more options for their teams – and we’re delighted to provide that solution,” said Laudy Lahdo, General Manager, Servcorp Middle East.
“At Servcorp, we believe that by bridging traditional elements such as providing the most sought after office addresses in the world with unrivalled IT capabilities, our clients are able to excel in a flexible work environment that suits the needs of their business. We add value by providing the best of everything, from the office space to the support team and technology.
“As a concept that has continued to gain traction since its true inception during the global economic downturn in 2009, co-working spaces are increasingly being recognised for their value – even by government. This has most recently been demonstrated by the launch of the Dubai government’s Dubai Future Accelerators – an incubator programme that brings together the best companies, entrepreneurs and government entities who understand global challenges and invest in breakthrough technologies.
“The programme is a prime example of how the country continues to become a forward-thinking, smart hub for doing business. While across the region co-working regulation remains relatively conservative, offering alternative solutions that cater to rapidly growing economies such as the UAE, will help strengthen the business environment, attract more foreign direct investment, foster entrepreneurship and diversify sources of growth.”
Founded in Sydney in 1978, Servcorp now operates a international network of over one hundred and fifty key city locations – clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium-sized businesses and solo practitioners all over the globe. Prime addresses in the Middle East include Emirates Towers, Dubai; World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi; Sahab Tower, Kuwait; Beirut Souks Louis Vuitton Building, Lebanon and Bahrain Financial Harbour, Bahrain.Email This Post