Why You Need A Serviced Office

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Do you run a home based business and it’s time to up the anti somewhat and secure yourself a professional office space away from home? That is exactly why you a serviced office. How nice would it be to be able to walk out the door and not have to worry about home? It sounds divine. Having that division between work and home life and not have to worry about the cleaning, the washing, unexpected friends or family turning up. You can go to the office and be in work mode and be focussed on work and benefit from being in an actual workplace environment.

Being able to interact with other businesses who also use the serviced office space can do wonders for your morale and energy. Some people bounce well off others and find they’re more productive around other people. Are you one of those? And who knows where you might meet your next client or receive your next referral from.

Why Do I Need the Convenience of a Serviced Office?

A serviced office provides all the necessities that you need in an office. From

  • Desks
  • Computer chairs
  • Meeting tables and chairs
  • Whiteboards
  • Desk phones
  • Printers
  • Fax machines
  • High-speed internet
  • Friendly receptionists to greet your clients and visitors

As well as the social aspect of:

  • Networking functions
  • Being able to interact with other people as you go about your business
  • Complimentary fitness classes
  • Childcare with no wait lists

And by securing a serviced office it’s your space! It’s lockable and can be completely personalised by you. And all without the hassle and expense of commercial leases and having to fit the space out yourself.

Bring in your favourite computer chair or external monitor to hook up your laptop or bring in your favourite artwork or quote for the wall. Being completely secure there is no worry about the security side of things. And at the end of the day you can finish up and shut down your computer. Take it with you if you like, lock the door and walk out of work and then by the time you get home you will be in the refreshed headspace to deal with home life again. How good does that sound?

Why you need the convenience of a serviced office in Sydney's CBD

Does Securing A Serviced Office Space Sound Scary?

Does the thought of going from a home office where you can:

  • come and go as you please
  • go to work in your pjs if you wish
  • work from the couch if the mood strikes


  • an unfamiliar space
  • a professional space
  • where there are other people
  • people to converse with (well that actually sounds appealing)
  • where you can bounce ideas off of someone else over the coffee machine or water cooler
  • a space where you actually don’t have to go into every day if you don’t want to. As it’s your space and your business so you can still work where you want to.

If you like the sound of some of the above but it still sounds a bit scary then why secure a serviced office, why not utilise a co-working space or hot desk option first. That way you don’t feel like you must turn up to everyday. Although even with our serviced office facilities we don’t have lock in contracts. So, either way, you can trial and test the waters of working away from home. And if it’s not your cup of tea well you’ve tried it and you know.

You may just prefer to utilise the facilities of our meeting rooms for example when meeting with clients or conducting workshops with other staff members, contractors or clients.

Why Not Check Out A Few Serviced Office Facilities

It’s always best to try before you buy so why not speak to and organise a visit to multiple serviced office spaces. get a feel for what they’re like, the environment, the energy, and the other people. See if the employees seem happy and the other businesses using their facilities seem happy and friendly. Like anything, not one shoe fits all and what one business may want from a serviced office may not be what someone else wants.


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Article by Buck Samrai

July 3, 2018