In the early stages of business, it can be tricky for managers to know exactly how successful their endeavors will be and how much demand they will face. This is why serviced offices with their flexible leases can be perfect for start-up enterprises.It seems as though demand for working spaces like this may be especially high at present. According to research conducted by Start Up Britain, entrepreneurs in the UK broke records last year, with the number of start-ups formed around the country up by ten per cent on the previous 12-month period.
The organisation revealed that in 2012, a total of 484,224 businesses were started. This was an increase on the 440,600 companies launched in 2011. Responding to the findings, StartUp Britain’s co-founder Emma Jones said: “These figures are hot off the press, they are unaudited at the moment, but what it’s telling us is that there was a clear increase in start-up rates in 2012.
“Small and start-up business are the driving force of the British economy and at StartUp Britain we have seen plenty to celebrate over 2012. Times are hard yes, but it never ceases to amaze us when we see resourceful Britons making business ideas come to life in difficult times.” Entrepreneurs now have considerable choice when they are on the lookout for office space to rent and it is important that they choose wisely. After all, the suitability of their work environments can have a considerable bearing on their ability to succeed in the long term.