At Knight Frank we understand that your premises is more than just a space to operate your business from - you need a workplace that attracts talent, that reflects who you are and that allows your organisation to flourish.
Representing one of your largest overheads, you need to be sure that your space is working for your business and that you are getting the very best deal possible.
We work in partnership with you to understand your brand and your ambitions, reviewing and providing advice on property decisions that best meet your short or long-term needs.
For example, you may be a new business or start-up searching for short-term serviced office space, co-working space or a large, established business wishing to accommodate larger numbers of staff over a number of years. One size, as we all know, most definitely does not fit all.
Our track record includes working with some of the world's biggest brands through to a diverse range of SME's - our approach is always entirely personal and our strategy built around adding value to your business.
After reviewing your business needs such as current and projected headcount, expansion strategy and branding, we can advise on whether a conventional leased office space or a serviced office/co-working space is right for your business.
Leveraged by excellent relationships with the UK's leading business centres and commercial landlords, our priority is to negotiate the very best terms of your lease and to make sure every aspect of your occupational requirements are taken care of.
Our experts know their markets and can deliver you a real estate solution that is both financially astute and operationally inspiring. Contact out occupier team to discuss your business goals or visit our A-Z of Occupier Services to see how we can help you in every aspect of your property needs.
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