A foreign based multi-national corporation wants to open a Manhattan sales office with three staff members in a central location and a prestigious building in order to build its client base in the Northeast United States.
The firm finds an office space for lease and hires an attorney to review the lease. The space is not available for six months and the firm must pay a six month security deposit. They must also commit to a three year term. Their staff focuses their attention on purchasing office furniture, installing phones and internet lines and buying or leasing expensive office equipment. They also hire an office manager to oversee the office and answer the phones.
The firm rents three contiguous private offices from Corporate Suites for a twelve month term. They find the terms to be flexible and the time and capital commitment to establish their office to be minimal. Their staff flies to New York and on their first visit to their new office they are immediately setup with plug and play technologies and start selling on their very first day in New York City. Their sales team utilizes multiple conference rooms in Manhattan to display their product line and introduce their services to potential buyers. Corporate Suites staff accommodates their executives with clerical and administrative assistance. When they travel to other cities for meetings, Corporate Suites provides executive conference space in those cities. With Corporate Suites administering all of their office needs, the company is able to focus on building their business and expanding its US presence. Within months, the firm expands to a fourth office which Corporate Suites seamlessly incorporates into their existing office solution.