In response to growing demand for flexible office space from start-ups, micro-businesses and SMEs we are delighted to announce our return to the serviced office market with the launch of Blueprint Workspace.
A new generation of managed office environment, Blueprint Workspace will offer businesses a range of contemporary, open plan, co-working space and individual office suites to suit all needs and budgets, but with the added benefit of dedicated on-site support teams providing an increased focus on customer experience. Typical facilities will include concierge-style reception, business lounge, call handling service, virtual assistant, shared kitchen, meeting rooms, breakout areas, printer stations, postal service and high-speed Wi-Fi.
Flexible memberships, ranging from three months will be available, providing businesses with the ability to determine where and how they work based on their immediate requirements, rather than being tied into traditional longer-term leases.
The first Blueprint Workspace concept will officially open later this month at Lomond Court in Stirling, Scotland, with the plan to expand to more locations in the major cities of across the North of England over the next 12 months.
Scott McCabe, Director of Blueprint Workspace, said:
“History tells us that there is usually a marked increase in innovation and entrepreneurialism following a slowdown in economic activity, the likes of which we are expecting to see as we emerge from the global Pandemic. This, in turn, is likely to lead to an influx of start-ups, micro-businesses and SMEs, all of whom will be looking for space from which to locate their business.
“Understandably, businesses in this early growth stage require flexibility and Blueprint Workspace will offer them the ability to expand at their own pace, without having to worry about the added stress and financial burden that comes with setting up, running and managing their own office space.”
No stranger to the serviced office market, we originally broke onto the scene in 1991 under the Forsyth brand. The Group owned and operated a successful network of over 30 business centres across the UK before selling the bulk of its portfolio to Regus in 2014.
“As a business, we have extensive experience in developing and managing serviced office centres across the whole of the UK and we are looking forward to building on our skills and reputation to deliver a new generation of managed office environment that the market is crying out for.”