A lot of startups start working out of their own house or garage. This is the first step of starting a new company. But as the company grows you will find that you can’t really fit everybody into your garage. You need to find a bigger space for your company. Finding such as work space comes with problems of its own. If you are someone who is very engrossed in the work that you do this going to be somewhat of a hassle for you, as handling this problem properly requires you to be actively involved in the matter. So the question is there a solution where you can get a larger work space than you already have without having to bother about the details too much.
There is a solution and that is the hassle free option of simply going for an office leasing admiralty for a serviced work space. There are many of these around now. The whole concept behind them is that there is a holding company that has either leased or owns a certain part/floor of a building or a building itself and offers small broken up parts of this space to small companies. These spaces are fully serviced by the holding companies. That is to say for an annual or monthly fee they take care of everything for you. Through this fee that you pay you will be contributing to the services that they will offer you at that place. They are all well prepared work spaces; all you have to do is walk in start working. You don’t have to worry about setting up at all.
You should of course thoroughly check out the place before you decide on it. As such you could maybe google for Hong Kong commercial leasing of serviced offices to get a few options. Short list the more promising ones and visit them. Usually you will be given an official tour of the place when you express some interest in the place. It would best if you go there a bit early or hang around a bit later than you were supposed to. You may get to see certain aspects of the work space that they might not have wanted you to see. Anyhow make sure that you visit a couple of places. It’s always good to have options.
Earlier I mentioned that the main space is broken up into pieces by the holding company. This doesn’t obviously translate into identical areas. There will be spaces of different proportions. You need to decide what kind of space that you will end up needing to work optimally in. Don’t settle for a place that doesn’t have the size you want simply because it is convenient. At least try to look through many places as possible to find the right fit for you. Bottom line is don’t be swayed by any marketing ploys that these places use. Think carefully and go for the work space that you know you want.