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5 Reasons Why Your Business Should Consider a Serviced Office

Posted on March 29 2018

We’re delighted that so many businesses are choosing Omnia Property Group for their serviced office. Here’s 5 reasons:


With a serviced office, businesses can up-size or downsize fast, without adverse financial implications. At a range of locations, Omnia Offices will look after the day to day, time-consuming tasks on your behalf: facilities management, utility bills, property maintenance, security, and health & safety requirements, leaving you free to take care of business.


Serviced offices mean no capital costs, so you keep cash flow strong. Traditional leasehold offices take at least 3 months’ deposit – that’s on top of the outlay for setting up your office and buying furniture. Omnia offices and suites come with furniture and equipment included. With flexible terms, only 1 month’s deposit and one all-inclusive bill a month, it really is easier to budget with fixed costs.


With Omnia, you get priority access to our full range of on-site support services* : reception, internet, telephone and printing facilities. High-speed broadband throughout make it easy to see how our advanced connectivity appeals to companies of all sizes.

4.Business Support

Our reception teams are available to take calls, sort mail and greet visitors, making it easier for you to create a professional business image without the cost of employing more staff.

5. A Professional Business Image

A professional business image is vital, and Omnia Offices offers a prestigious business address for your company. Along with office space, your company has access to our suite of meeting, training & conference rooms, giving you and your employees a quality working environment.

Contact us today to find out more!

*Please note, services vary from site to site.

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