Launching a new business? London is the logical location for many new or growing businesses. But where exactly in London will you choose? We take a look at three locations well worth considering.
With Google’s ambitious new London head office due to open here by 2016, businesses looking to make the most of the tech giant’s move would do well to start looking for an office here now.
Google’s arrival isn’t the only news story for the area though. King’s Cross is currently undergoing extensive regeneration which will bring several large new office developments to the area.
Meanwhile, the Stanley Building is being restored and will open as a serviced office facility in September 2014, managed by The Office Group. Looking for other serviced office options in King’s Cross? We’ve got a wide selection here.
Widely known as the place to be for tech startups, thanks to the highly publicised Tech City, Shoreditch has been on the startup radar for quite some time now. But while the rising popularity of the area has seen a decrease in available space and an increase in rents, a number of new developments will bring brand new office space to the area over the next twelve to twenty-four months.
Meanwhile, serviced offices present a much easier way for startup companies to establish a presence within Shoreditch right now.
Another one of those locations to watch, Waterloo, along with the rest of SE1, has been slowly gaining in popularity as a business destination over the last couple of years. The presence of The Shard in nearby London Bridge has done much to raise the profile of the area, while an increasing number of media companies have also started moving in.
However, right now rents remain low compared with much of the rest of Central London, making it an accessible base for startup companies on a tight budget. The serviced office market presents a variety of options, from the purely practical to this unusual Alice in Wonderland themed office.
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