The office dilemma
You have started small or you are a beginner, yet you want to create an impression of a well established profitable business that is located in upscale buildings with well-appointed lobbies, sophisticated decor and modern amenities. You got it right. Even though you might find such space, conducting business in a third party location might still end up feeling like working in someone else's home as it bears the owner's distinct brand identity. It is like trading someone else's business card. All your attempts at building a personalized space that flashes your organization's brand fail thus, creating unintended impressions on your customers.
There you go!
Non-branded office space might just be the answer to your problems, it provides you with an opportunity to avail ready-to-go office space that reflects your organization's name; one that gives the impression of a personally owned office space. You can also expect to work in quality surroundings with fully equipped meeting and conference rooms, modern workstations and internet facility amongst others. Your customers and prospects can walk into the office knowing that it is your office and not an office space provider's venue. This leads to a positive impression for your customer and prospect base. Your employees have a higher sense of belongingness towards the company. Your organization suddenly takes a leap into the elite class of companies who own office spaces in premier locality with best of the services, amenities and technologies.
Make a start
If you are thinking that you have to make a substantial investment to avail those office spaces then you are mistaken. You can start small, test it and finally scale up depending on your requirements. The most cost effective yet, most impactful way to make a beginning is to start with meeting rooms in non-branded office spaces. Meeting rooms are where your top executives spend most time in their offices, space where you hold meetings with your customers and prospects and where most strategic decisions takes place. Hence meeting rooms are the best way to set foot on the door.