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When entrepreneurs start a business the first thing they have to control is their costs. One of the biggest costs for any new business owner has to be office space, which is why so many make do and work from home, often from their bedroom, a home office or study or even the dining room table.
When you work away from the office it can prove to be rewarding and annoying in equal measure. From one perspective it can be quite a buzz to be able to work from somewhere close to your client or even from home, but on the other hand the lack of structure to your day can potentially reduce how productive you can be and let’s not forget the lack of essential amenities you take for granted around the office.
In recent years, major companies have begun to introduce the idea of the all-inclusive office – most famously, Google’s US headquarters, with their quirky décor, chill-out rooms and open plan spaces. The idea is to encourage a more holistic work experience, with gyms, lounges, cafeterias and a mind-boggling range of other facilities to keep employees healthy, happy and motivated. Until recently, the only way to get these perks was to work for a corporation big enough to afford them in their permanent office space – but this coming January, The Office Group will open the doors on their renovated serviced offices at Henry Wood House and offer London an entirely new breed of workspace.