April 24, 2012 Since our company has been planning to branch out to Singapore, my boss asked me to search on “Singapore serviced office“. One of the many things I learned from working in a multinational corporation is that there’s a huge gap between a traditional office and a serviced office. The first thing you’d notice in a serviced office is the absence of numerous employees. That’s because this type of office is a temporary place designed to give companies a physical address with which to conduct business. The lease of these offices is short-term and is dependent upon a client’s needs. Companies starting out or branching out to different cities and countries have been using this kind of set up. It affords them a traditional office atmosphere without the staggering cost of actually maintaining an office. Traditional offices owned or rented by companies can drain a company’s resources. The overhead alone is high, not to mention the necessary upkeep needed for an office’s look to keep abreast of the times. Aside from that, traditional offices need to care for and compensate numerous employees. On the other hand, serviced offices have all the amenities of a great office without the prohibitive cost and commitment of a traditional one. That makes them a preferred choice by growing and expanding companies worldwide. Serviced office in Singapore is vastly different!