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Workspace Challenges and Innovative Solutions offered by Business Centres in Delhi

Workspace Challenges and Innovative Solutions offered by Business Centres in Delhi

Posted on January 21, 2021

How well will we do in the next 5 years? By how much percentage will our business grow? This is a question that no company can answer with assurance. Bearing a just-in-case attitude, companies land up renting or buying large office spaces.

What happens when a small business of 5 runs from a place that can accommodate up to twenty employees? Waste of resources. Companies are left paying for unused technology and infrastructure maintenance.

Let’s take a glance at the deeper issues plaguing a small work place.

Internet Bandwidth

Topping the list is the issue of high speed internet connectivity. It’s a necessity for every company but a luxury only for some. High speed internet connection increases a company’s fixed costs substantially which is unnecessary for a small enterprise of say only 4-5 employees.

IT Infrastructure

This category mainly includes computers, printers, servers, and photocopiers. The cost of maintaining a state of the art IT infrastructure is yet another fixed cost added to a company’s balance sheet.

Support Staff

While it is okay not to have a reception area and staff to serve you refreshments, it does not project a good image for the company when your clients have to find their own way to the meeting room or have no one to welcome them at the door.

Location

A strategic location in a posh area will provide your company with an image of a growing enterprise. The glitch in the scenario being; small companies find it next to impossible to fund for such places.

Lease or Rent an Office Space

For a small business that is fully capable of functioning from home, leasing an office space for long term does not seems to be a suitable option. Typically, a lease lasts for ten to fifteen years, instantly ruling it out. For a small enterprise to rent an office would just mean an increase in fixed costs such as maintenance.

So what really is the solution?

Business Centres in Delhi. They provide a business space customized as per the needs and without you going through the trouble of renting/purchasing an office. Detailed below are a few more advantages of a serviced office in a Business Centres in Delhi.

  • Serviced offices provide you with fully furnished well equipped workspaces. You can book meeting rooms, training rooms and have them customized as per your needs and wants; this way you end up paying only for what you use.
  • State of the art IT infrastructure, high-speed internet, video conferencing equipment and coffee makers are some of the facilities offered by a serviced office in a Business Centres in Delhi.
  • Serviced offices provide you with an address at a prestigious location that adds to the image of your business. They are strategically located, accessible by all major modes of transportation, which makes the commute hassle free.
  • Business Centres in Delhi provide you with numerous networking opportunities. Your office being in close quarters with other offices, you get a chance to mingle with professionals from varied sectors.
  • A body of support staff such as a reception team, a cleaning and maintenance team, and secretarial staff are provided by Business Centres. It saves you massive amounts of fixed costs.
  • A small company may find it difficult to fund for a lease or pay regular rent. Serviced offices grant such companies the opportunity to lease or rent an office space specifically for the duration required.

Avanta Business Centre provide you with fully furnished office spaces equipped with state of the art technology, located in the prime areas of Connaught Place, Nehru Place and Saket in Delhi, and in Gurgaon. Along with services such as support staff, Wi-Fi enabled areas, we also provide a complete set up of training rooms, virtual offices and conference rooms.

Author: Anvesha Sharma

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