Laudy Lahdo ... higher value placed on the connectivity
Servcorp pioneers 'virtual office space'
DUBAI, February 7, 2017
Servcorp, a leading provider of serviced offices and business package solutions in the Middle East, continues to pioneer the ‘workplace of the future’ with its virtual office offering.
Since introducing the ‘Business Package’ to the corporate world in the 1980s, Servcorp has offered businesses the presence, support and facilities of a fully serviced office without the cost of a full time office space. Through its seamless information technology (IT) solutions, companies of any size can operate in the Middle East while benefiting from Servcorp’s global corporate presence in over 150 countries worldwide, it said.
Having invested over $100 million to build a one-of-a-kind communications network, Servcorp offers its first-class infrastructure to clients wherever they are in the world. Monitored 24/7 by in house IT specialists, the ‘Business Package’ also includes a local business telephone number and a dedicated receptionist to manage calls.
For companies that require administrative support, Servcorp’s skilled receptionists and personal assistants are on hand to offer their expertise. Pre-selected, interviewed and highly trained, the in-house team can tend to a host of tasks including answering the phone, welcoming guests, scheduling meetings and booking a table at the best restaurant in town.
Commenting on Servcorp’s ‘Business Package’ offering in the Middle East, Laudy Lahdo, Servcorp’s Middle East general manager said: “The evolution of mobile communication and technology has opened up different ways of working – with much higher value placed on the connectivity and flexibility of the workplace environment.
“At Servcorp we are continuously developing the ‘Business Package’ to cater to this ‘digital revolution’. By bridging traditional elements such as providing the most sought after office addresses in the world with virtual elements in terms of our unrivalled IT capabilities, our clients are able to excel in a flexible work environment that suits the needs of their business.”
According to a recent report published by Cluttons, office space in premium locations across the region continues to command high rentals, despite challenges still being faced in a post-oil economy. With an increased focus on companies’ operational efficiencies, as well as the cost of setting up an office for newcomers to the region, the Business Packages by Servcorp offers value for money and unrivalled convenience.
Servcorp’s ‘Business Package’ has been developed to support companies who understand the significance of having a presence in an iconic address without committing to a physical office lease. This exclusive benefit not only reduces overheads, but offers businesses the added perks of access to the company’s meeting room facilities, day suites and up to five hours daily complimentary usage of co-working spaces across the globe.
Founded in Sydney in 1978, Servcorp now operates a growing international network of over 150 key city locations - clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium-sized businesses and solo practitioners all over the globe. Prime addresses in the Middle East include Emirates Towers, Dubai; World Trade Center, Abu Dhabi; Sahab Tower, Kuwait; Beirut Souks Louis Vuitton Building, Lebanon and Bahrain Financial Harbour, Bahrain. - TradeArabia News Service