When Business Centres Were Not There
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    When Business Centres Were Not There

    Posted on October 19, 2016

    Business Centre in Gurgaon

    The concept of a business centre emerged from the hassle of finding an office space while on a business tour. There were salesmen in the major US cities in the 1980s who found it difficult to travel and conduct their businesses. In the UK, it was the Barristers who first preferred using a shared premise to work together while sharing the operating costs. When business centres were not there, there was no distinct mode for inducing flexibility in business.

    The answer to ease of doing business, which is an anthem today for every government and stakeholder, is provided by these business centres. The flexibility that gets induced into the system is just unimaginable when the business centres enter into the arena, giving a run to the conventional offices.

    What has changed with the onset of business centres?
    In India, almost 95% of the registered companies are family run enterprises. They range from small traders managing the trivial but necessary goods/ information to even large conglomerates. What lacks in these businesses is the trust factor. It is this lack of trust that keeps them away from the capability of opportunities that could have left them startled.

    How the business centres can help building trust?
    It’s simple, what impact will a business have when it is situated in a prime commercial location without tying up their capital in real estate. Using our business centre Nehru Place, which is the latest on offering, if you are searching for an office space in south Delhi, should make you decipher the right choice.
    Our business centres are located at prime locations for that ease of trust building. For any business to prosper, it needs an appropriate commercial location to ply. We offer six prime locations that are mouth-watering deals for your business to be located:

    1. Statesman House, Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, Delhi
    2. Worldmark-2, Aerocity, Delhi
    3. International Trade Tower, Nehru Place, Delhi
    4. Southern Park, Saket, Delhi
    5. BPTP Park Centra, sector- 30, NH-8, Gurgaon
    6. Silverton Towers, sector-50, golf course extension road, Gurgaon

    What does a business centre offer?
    A business centre offers serviced offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and shared offices along with many facilities that throng a business environment in the centres. A fully manned reception with professionally trained human resources assisting you daily for your coordination activities works wonderful when you don’t have to hire one for yourself (cost saving).
    Fully furnished serviced offices lets you focus only on your business from day one. You do not have to deviate your energy in furnishing your office space, installing technology, doing interiors, managing monthly bills for electricity, water, internet etc. It is a stress free office space that gets its utility derived from the services it has to offer.

    If you have a board room meeting or a conference coming up soon, searching for a professional venue should take you to a business centre. Meeting rooms Nehru Place offer the sophisticated businessmen the right choice to showcase their products/services in a professional environment. Using our meeting rooms enables your business a thrust that gets settled in the subconscious mind of your client even before you meet him.

    Our virtual office product helps all the freelancers, small traders as well as MNCs to establish a business address that is prime in nature without using a physical office space with us. It is mainly the calling and mailing services that we provide along with the prominent business address that your business gets while you are trying to establish a presence in a new city.

    When business centres were not there, there were no such facilities and flexibility which has lubricated the system. When businesses are dynamic in nature, how can they restrain themselves in offices made of bricks and mortars?


    Author: Anvesha Sharma


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