PBS Workspace has taken over the first floor of the second International Finance Centre building in response to what it describes as an "unprecedented demand" for office space from small and medium local businesses.
The move into IFC5, as the building is known, will allow PBS to provide businesses of varying sizes the opportunity to operate from Grade A office accommodation without having to meet covenant requirements or take on a long-term lease.
Through the serviced office arrangement, businesses keen to make the move to IFC5 will be offered office supplies and furnishings, as well as a front of house team. They will also have the opportunity to work with PBS to design a suite suited to their needs.
Tony Le Tiec, PBS Group Executive Chairman, said the expansion into IFC5 was "a truly natural move" for the PBS Group. "We have seen an unprecedented demand for serviced offices as companies move away from more traditional office space and long term leases," he explained.
"In addition, there is a growing demand for office space within the finance district but small to medium-sized businesses have been unable to meet the covenant requirements associated with the new buildings on the Waterfront. Our solution enables small to medium-sized businesses to relocate to a global centre of excellence on more flexible terms.”
Pictured: Alan Medcalf, James Pittick, Mandy Le Feuvre, Neil McKay, Darren Donnelly and Tim Baker.
Meanwhile, the Group is celebrating receiving 'Gold Partner' status with Canon - a business it has worked with since 1976.
James Pittick, Canon's Director of B2B Indirect Sales, said: “As a Gold Partner, PBS Business Solutions has a strong track record of expertise, stability and focus and is trusted to provide Canon technology and services to the highest level."
Alan Medcalf, Managing Director, PBS Business Solutions, said that it was "a delight to be recognised by Canon with such a prestigious Gold Award". He added: "It is the outstanding dedication of each individual that enabled our team to achieve this accomplishment."
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