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A business address is of chief importance when obtaining a license to run a business anywhere in the world. One convenient option for start-ups to be able to launch their operations in the UAE is to rent a serviced office.
Serviced offices are equipped with the latest facilities and amenities that suit a company’s requirements. Most serviced office providers tailor their services to cater to the client’s budgets and business needs.
Some offer tenants 24-hour access to keep transactions going across time zones. The varying services such as a bilingual receptionist, secretarial services, and IT and telecommunication support are readily available for convenience.
Tenants also get a designated parking space, postal facilities, high-speed Internet connection and international telephony network as necessities to commence work. Serviced offices are also furnished with a board room for meeting guests and holding conferences as well as a kitchen and washroom.
There are many modern, luxurious offices in prime locations across the country. Where you want your office to be located, its space, furnishings, facilities and the surrounding views mostly determine the rental value.
In Dubai, serviced offices are available in Business Bay, Boulevard Plaza, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, the Dubai Marina area, the prominent Emirates Towers on Shaikh Zayed Road, among other locations. Rents vary and may range from Dh5,000 to Dh9,000 per month.
With flexible rental rates, businesses are not bound to long-term contracts if they intend to stay for a short time.
Most serviced offices have direct access to residential buildings, city amenities, business centers, retail shops and transportation networks, making it easy for businesses to connect with clients.
• Serviced offices come with a receptionist and modern facilities
• Providers tailor their services to meet client needs and budgets
• Serviced offices in Dubai are found in Dubai Marina, JLT, SZR, etc.
Check out The pros and cons of serviced offices
Source: Alfred Ocianas, Special to Properties
The writer is a freelancer