Regus’ arch rival Servcorp, the world’s second largest serviced office operator, arrives in London!

 

It is located at the highly sought after sparkling new Dashwood House Tower. The floor-to-ceiling glass building provides a spectacular vista across the city. Looking at the Dashwood House building from Liverpool Street station, just 50 yards away, you know a new landmark has been created on Old Broad Street in the centre of the city.

 

Servcorps IT solutions were once acclaimed in an email from Regus’ Chief Executive, Mark Dixon, as “solutions that knock his socks off”. Servcorp’s Chief Executive, Alf Moufarrige says, “Nothing has changed”.  Owen Chan, Asia Pacific President of Cisco says that Servcorp’s “simple to use software changes the way workspaces operate”.

 

London is a competitive environment, however Servcorp provide, what has been described as the world’s finest, Serviced and Virtual Offices with IT solutions that allow Servcorp’s clients to make money. Servcorp clients gain access to a global presence through their network of offices in Paris, London, Brussels, Tokyo, Jeddah, Dubai, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Shanghai to mention just a few. With New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington DC and a further 15 centres in the United States of America, client’s will indeed have a global footprint.

 

Add to this Servcorp’s private voice and data network which creates an integrated communications system across the globe and Servcorp becomes a powerful and competitive force in the London market.

 

Servcorp opened its doors in London on 7 January 2010 and the first reaction of those invited to the exclusive opening night ranged from “spectacular” to “the best serviced office ever seen” to “congratulations, there is no comparison in London”.

 

Signing its floor space at the bottom of market enables Servcorp to produce a wonderful Serviced Office alternative and also be price competitive. When asked, the Chief Executive advised he is not familiar with any other competitors within the Serviced Office environment other than Regus. Servcorp competes with Regus comfortably across the world.

 

Servcorp opened 10 years before Regus setting the standard that most central business district Serviced Office operators follow. “We still set the standard” advises Chief Executive, Alfred Moufarrige.

 

Source: Servcorp

 

Arrange a viewing at Servcorp’s New London Serviced Offices on 01932 834 720

 

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One Response to Servcorp & Regus: Arch Rivals Meet In London
  1. “a powerful and competitive force in London”? Well, Servcorp has the potential to be such if it really put its weight behind a push into the London market, but why would it want to?

    Central London is the most densely populated serviced office market in the world and is already extremely competitive.

    If Servcorp does invest seriously in London it risks finding out the hard way that it does have other competitors apart from Regus.


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