A serviced office also known as an "executive suite" or 'executive space' is an office or office building that is fully equipped and managed by a facility management company, which then rents individual offices or floors to other companies. Serviced offices, which are also referred to as managed offices, business centers, executive suites or executive centers, are often found in the business districts of large cities around the world.
Companies offering serviced offices are generally able to offer more flexible rental terms, as opposed to a conventional leased office which may require furnishing, equipment, and more restrictive leases. Space is normally flexible, allowing for additional space to be allocated at short notice, should the size of an individual business change. Serviced office providers often allow tenants to share reception services, business machines and other resources, providing reduced costs and access to equipment which may otherwise be unaffordable.
Besides virtual office service, Tommy China Business Consulting offers you office-space solutions that are Instant, Flexible & Ready-made, fully equipped with telephone lines, internet access, reception and furniture. We are located at down town Shenzhen area. Strategically convenient to major banks, shopping malls, hotels and restaurants. Our professional business module services are extensive covering supports such as Company Incorporation, Representative Office setup, Work permit/visa, Secretarial support, Translation and many others. Be it a workstation or a virtual office, we assure you our best quality in customer service. Make it happen now! Make our office, virtually yours! There's no up-front capital expenditure. Walk in, sit down and start work.
Furthermost we offer you turn key solution to your initial stage China market entry, which we call incubation approach.
Our China incubation services allow clients to significantly reduce the costs & risks of china market entry. Clients can leverage our existing China-based infrastructure, thus reducing the need for expatriate arrangements until the China business case is proven.
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