A significant rise in new enquiries – Businesses are now looking forward to getting "back to work”
As we slowly see the roads a bit fuller in the morning and more people catching public transport, it’s apparent that businesses are slowly getting back to normal, returning little-by-little, taking in consideration all the restrictions necessary. As a result, we’ve seen the demand for flexible workspaces increase over the last few weeks.
Isolation has forced organisations to reflect on the way they operate and adapt to changing situations – Should more employees work remotely? Do we need such a large real estate footprint? What ways can we save on expenses? What does our business need right now? – This has led companies to turn to flexible workspaces as a solution.
Even prior to the recent announcement of the Government’s roadmap to slowly lift lockdown rules, enquiries have surged and businesses are hankering to get back up and running.
Flexible workspaces provide great value and you guessed it – flexibility.
We’ve been receiving an influx of startups, SMEs and large corporations looking to benefit from the myriad of solutions Victory Offices offers, providing them with the flexibility and tailorable requirements dependant on their situation, like the following cases.
From small to big companies, we have a variety of enquiries when it comes to private offices. Spaces to accommodate 1 to 3 people or to have an office big enough to fit 45-50 people, keeping social distancing in mind – it’s always easy to meet the needs of our members due to the range of locations and office types. A member asking for an office with a view, to make every work day more enjoyable – we’re more than happy to accommodate. Our focus is ensuring our members’ needs are met with superior amenities, prime locations, and 6-star customer services. As we did for Swire Oilfield Services
While our suburb locations have continued to perform well during COVID, the enquiries for coworking across all of our suburban offices are increasing. A new trend is now emerging in suburban coworking – with organisations having realised there are more than just logistical benefits to offer their staff the flexibility to work closer to home, even if it’s just for a couple of days a week.
A training room enquiry came through for Victory Offices, with the need of a space big enough to accommodate 6 to 12 people as the business’ usual training room was at a capacity when adhering to the social distancing rules. At Victory Offices, our meeting rooms and boardrooms suit 4 – 12 people, and training rooms can seat over 200, so this was the key reason Victory Offices was selected as their solutions provider.
Virtual options are the best for those whose presence in the business world needs to be presented as professional and with prime addresses. It comes as no surprise that our Virtual Office services are particularly popular, with enquiries coming through not only for Virtual services, but also taking advantage of the additional amenities and secretarial services available to them. One of our latest enquiries needed a short-term full package from our virtual offers – and transitioning to a long-term package once their situation evolves. Victory Offices’ virtual packages are very flexible and interchangeable – which makes them one of the most popular amongst our members.
2020 is the year that companies have been forced to assess their operations and has provided the opportunity to break the mould and switch to a new model moving forward.