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Coworking at Servcorp… “Our clients can choose whether they want to work in a quiet space so they can focus, or in a more collaborative space with shared tables where interaction is encouraged,” says Dannielle Grimmer.

Two Servcorp co-working spaces in Barton and NewActon have been newly refurbished, creating more common collaborative areas and breakout spaces. This is a sponsored post.

TWO Servcorp co-working spaces at the Realm in Barton and at Nishi, NewActon, have been newly refurbished, creating more common collaborative areas and breakout spaces, according to manager and team trainer Dannielle Grimmer.

“Coworking is about creating a better place to work and a better way to work,” Dannielle says.

“Both of our prestigious Canberra locations have gone through a full Coworking refurbishment so our clients can further benefit from an elevated coworking experience.”

Servcorp understands that business’ needs have changed over the years, and there has been increasing demand for shared office space in addition to private offices.

In the last decade, the serviced-office industry has evolved rapidly with the offering of shared workspaces underpinned by the changing nature of work, advancement in technology, the rise of a sharing economy, and changing workforce demographics.

According to Statista, there were 1.7 million “coworkers” globally in 2018, and predictions of 5.1 million for 2020. Flexibility has long been sought after by smaller businesses, but a growing pool of large corporate businesses are taking on the trend.​

Sharing space with other like-minded professionals not only creates a more dynamic workplace, it’s also more cost-effective than a regular office space.

Servcorp Coworking spaces provide a variety of work environments to choose from.

“Whether you enjoy working from one of our fine leather sofas, having a small team meeting in one of the booth seats, working from the bar counter so you’re never far from our premium coffee and tea, or having your own personal desk, there’s a space to fit your work style,” she says.

“Servcorp Coworking connects you to a global network of professional peers to bounce ideas off and work smarter.”

Dannielle says the working spaces offer a new product for clients looking for flexibility and different styles of workspace.

“It brings together the communities at each location, as there are multiple businesses working in the same area and also interacting with our Servcorp teams more regularly,” she says.

“It expands our offering to all types of businesses – big, small, those looking to downsize, those looking to expand, and those looking to grow internationally or interstate.”

The combination of a well-designed work environment and a well-organised work experience are part of the reason why Servcorp Coworking clients love our spaces, Dannielle says.

“Servcorp gives our clients the space and support to be their authentic best selves,” she says.

“Unlike our competitors, we provide our clients with five-star business addresses to register their business, a receptionist to answer calls in their company name and a landline number totally provisioned by us – all in a sophisticated shared space with great views saturated in natural light.

“We also provide access to a team of bilingual secretaries, ample meeting space easily bookable via an app and colour printing from any desk.”

Dannielle adds that the quality services and digital advantages provided to clients ensure they can focus on growing their revenue.

“If our clients need IT assistance, they simply dial *1 on their handsets and a local Servcorp IT expert will be right there to help,” she says.

Servcorp says that happiness in business is simple IT solutions that work, a professional team to delegate to, and a community of like-minded “imagineers” to work with.

“Our clients are welcomed by our teams across 160 locations around the globe,” she says.

A Servcorp dedicated coworking space is accessible 24/7, 365 days a year. People can decide whether to put in a long day when they have a deadline, or can decide to take a long break in the middle of the day to go to the gym, do some necessary shopping or just enjoy the natural environment outside of the office.

“Our workspaces give you time to live a little,” says Dannielle.

“With our variety of workspace types, our clients can choose whether they want to work in a quiet space so they can focus, or in a more collaborative space with shared tables where interaction is encouraged. They can even decide to work from home, on days they need to.

“Flexibility is key.”

What you get:

  • Ability to register Servcorp’s prestigious addresses as your business address
  • A local landline phone number
  • A dedicated receptionist to answer calls in your company name
  • On-demand secretarial services
  • Flexibility of month-to-month terms
  • Regular community events
  • Beautifully designed, diverse spaces
  • Access to 160+ Servcorp locations around the world
  • Ability to connect with other members online and in person
  • Super-fast and 100 per cent secure internet which is fibre based and Tier-1 managed
  • In house IT support tailor-made for you – simply dial *1
  • Spacious, unique common areas
  • Servcorp workspaces include desks, chairs and lockable storage cabinets
  • Business-class, multi-function copier/scanner/printers
  • Free refreshments – roasted coffee, tea, filtered water and fruit at every location
  • Private phone booths for those confidential calls
  • Ability to network with potential clients and investors

Servcorp, Level 1, The Realm, 18 National Circuit, Barton, and Level 9, Nishi Building, 2 Phillip Law Street, NewActon. Call 6243 3660.

 

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