Yesterday the London Evening Standard published a press release concerning the recent business activities of MLS chief Paul Williams.
In the article, entitled “Secret Millionaire’s broke firm ‘evicted 120 small businesses”, the paper summarised how business man Paul Williams, who previously appeared on channel 4’s “The Secret Millionaire” program, has been accused of refusing to refund numerous small business serviced office deposits, now totaling thousands of pounds.
Responses to the article have echoed those received over the past few months by Easy Offices’ news feed site following a publication back in February that covered news of the MLS London evictions. The release received an unprecedented number of comments from ex-clients and associated parties (though we were not able to publish all comments due to content). For the full story and comments see “Serviced Office Clients Evicted from MLS Serviced Offices in London”.
At the end of the Evening Standard article an MLS spokesperson was quoted as saying: “Throughout this difficult process MLS has worked to ensure that it achieves the best outcome for as many affected parties as possible, in particular clients and staff. MLS is pleased to confirm that the majority of centres continue to operate as serviced offices, preserving jobs and mitigating, if not removing, any disruption to clients.”
Following the recent MLS evictions Easy Offices has been assisting a number of companies in finding alternative serviced office accommodation, for all enquiries please contact us on 01932 834 720.
Source: London Evening Standard, to read the full London Evening Standard article CLICK HERE
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