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.
London boasts the fifth largest city economy in the world, and is attracting more international business than ever before. SMEs may increasingly find themselves conducting business with companies from around the world. As a result, it’s vital for British businesses to build a solid understanding of global differences in culture - even small demonstrations of understanding could be the difference between securing new business or not.
Our annual celebration and awards evening took place on Friday 10th January at The Grange Hotel St Paul’s. The luxury 5-star hotel is nestled beside St Paul's Cathedral and so guests were able to take in the stunning view of the Cathedral and the city beyond at the 7th floor drinks and canapé reception, before moving onto the hotel’s auditorium for the awards and fabulous three course dinner.
Does your business lend itself to operating in a virtual environment?
Why not download our step by step guide to virtual offices in London to help you decide. The guide covers all you need to know in relation to presenting your office from a prestigious London business address, including our premier business locations and virtual services summary.
Technology plays a large part in many aspects of business, and meetings are no exception. From personal computers to high-powered projectors, most meetings include some form of technology. Business-oriented gadgets and apps can perform almost any task required - from breaking down language barriers to taking the minutes. Here are our top technological recommendations for your next meeting.
A noticeable trend of 2013 was the retention rate amongst current clients, which rose in 2013, highlighting that companies are increasingly recognising the long term benefits of serviced office space. What may have been a temporary solution for many businesses is now becoming a more permanent one.
Increased retention rates are undoubtedly contributed to by the five key benefits of serviced office space:
For today's small business the internet is the ultimate tool in influencing decisions, therefore it goes without saying that a good website lends credibility to your business. Your website is essentially an online shop window into your start-up and so needs to be appealing, visible and provide a positive user experience.
Last night saw our third successful virtual office customer networking event in conjunction with Network Nouveau take place at 33 St James’s square.
The format of the networking evenings consists of a mix of networking and pitch presentations and so is a great way to find out more about varied industries, hear of opportunities for future growth and network with likeminded individuals.