By Webteam - 18th September 2019 6:07am
AudlemOnline has received this information about new office facilities available nearby.
Park View Business Centre, on the edge of the Combermere Abbey Estate, is introducing some flexible shared office space in the rural community.
This new innovation for the business centre, located between Nantwich and Whitchurch, will provide people with the opportunity to rent a desk for a day or to join the PVBC Co-working Membership group. This latter programme will give people the chance to come into the centre whenever they want to, in order to benefit from the superfast broadband (up to 100 mega-bytes/second) as well as the other on-site facilities.
Increasingly, younger generations of workers are setting up companies and operating on their own. This style of office occupation is likely to be of growing relevance when the demands for flexibility arise. Also, people working for large companies that operate hot-desking premises will now have another alternative when not commuting into the main corporate buildings.
For more details, please contact Askari Marketing: email@example.com
or telephone 07921 788 341
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