If you’re looking for some insider tips into doing business in London, our blog won’t disappoint. As well as providing regular insights into the London serviced office, virtual office and meeting room market, we also cover a diverse range of wider topics including current business trends, entertainment, travel, food and drink from across the capital. Simply click on any of the posts below to get started.
The corporate legalities of setting up and running a business are intimidating for those without an army of lawyers. The legal terminology can be confusing, and the consequences of getting things wrong can be devastating. The following post provides an overview of this area of law. While there is no substitute for professional legal advice; having a basic understanding helps you make the best decisions for your business.
1 King Street EC2 is the latest addition to our City of London portfolio and the entire building has just undergone a complete renovation. If you sign up for a virtual office at this outstanding location before 14 June 2013 we'll give you six hours FREE meeting room usage.
For some people simply seeing the words work-life balance can break them out into a cold sweat. A constant, sometimes self-inflicted, battle to juggle work, family and friends equally - as well as keeping a portion of time for oneself - can turn into a highly stressful almost impossible task. Claire Brynteson, Founder of buy:time explores the work-life balance debate in this insightful post.
Launching a Startup company is no easy feat, especially in today’s financial climate, but the rise of the internet has resulted in a plethora of free resources and tools to help preserve your precious shoestring budget. Finding effective tools and software for a start-up is relatively easy, a quick Google search and some background reading will often result in a wide array of options, but the real task is determining which of these tools is right for you.
Although the loose concept behind a Virtual Office dates as far back as the Industrial Revolution, which transformed and improved systems of transportation, communication and banking, the commercial application of Virtual Offices is still in its infancy. The first known service occurred in the early 1990’s, with the idea continuing to go from strength to strength due to increased demand and advancements in technology.
Executive Offices Group, the leading provider of high quality flexible office space, has signed a 15 year lease with the UBS Central London Office Value Added Fund (UBS-CLOVA) to operate four floors of Atlas House, 1 King Street, London EC2 as serviced offices. The property is currently undergoing refurbishment and will be launched in spring 2013.
If you’re considering expanding your business with a virtual office now is ideal the time to sign up. We're currently offering six hours FREE meeting room usage when you buy any Executive Offices Group virtual office service online. You don't need to do a thing - the free hours will be automatically added to your agreement. Don't miss out - offer ends 31st December 2012. Terms and conditions apply.*
Starting, owning and running a business used to be something someone else did. Everyone knew a neighbour, someone down the road, or a friend of a friend, who ran their own business.However data released last month showed that a staggering 49% of total UK business turnover was created by SMEs. This article addresses some of the legal challenges involved in setting up on your own.
Over the years the average office has seen a number of changes with the introduction of tools and gadgets to help with everyday tasks, and the shrinking of work space as the need for paperwork decreases. We have taken a look at some of the biggest alterations workplaces have seen over the past six decades and why they happened.