Malaysia’s well-developed infrastructure and connection to the global economy makes it an attractive destination for businesses to expand their operations or set up a new one.
Find out what consumer purchasing behavior is, why it's important to your marketing strategy, and the shift toward heavily experience driven satisfaction that has occurred as a result of COVID-19.
Since the pandemic, many businesses have realised that the hybrid office concept and demand for remote work has not only increased, but is likely here to stay.
Learn what it means to have a flexible workspace and the benefits you can get from using one. Discover ways to implement flex-space into your business, which technology you need, and tips for setting up these spaces successfully.
Now that working from home is a common occurrence, one of the most frequent questions which arise is where should I meet my clients?
The endeavour of renting a new office space for small businesses is a significant step and a milestone to celebrate upon completion.
One of the biggest costs of running a law firm is getting an office space. Although operating from home provides a factor of convenience it also presents the challenge of not knowing how clients will perceive your firm.
The appeal for flexible and smarter workspaces has dramatically increased, allowing the hub and spoke to resurface as it favours the well sought out hybrid working conditions.
The hybrid office arrangement is designed so employees can rotate between working from the office, and working from home to perform their work day. This was not unfamiliar prior to Covid-19, however due to working from home restrictions, it has quickly become the “New Normal” for organisations worldwide.
In today's business world, hot desking has allowed people to move around desks within a day, making it useful for both self-employed people and large businesses corporates to keep productive and connected while on the move. Read on to find out more about hot desking and how it can benefit your business.
Coworking spaces are being adopted by more large companies aiming to eliminate the cost of under-utilised and empty office space, and also give employees greater flexibility when and where they work from. Although this is an important factor, coworking spaces offer a lot more than simply reducing business expenses.
When a business downsizes the first thing that takes a hit is its credibility and public perception. Although a company may need to reduce either its physical or organisational size due to financial reasons, it’s important to not appear unstable.
The Coronavirus outbreak is causing chaos for businesses worldwide. Here are seven ways Servcorp can help your business become Coronavirus-proof.
Has COVID hindered the launch of your new start-up? You’re not alone. Here’s 10 pandemic-friendly small business advice & tips to make the most of an impossible situation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shocked the world and forced people to shield themselves from others in an attempt to stay safe and reduce the risk of catching coronavirus. So how exactly have service providers, consumers, and businesses alike, adapted to this issue?
In today’s working environment where flexibility is key, there are a range of work settings to choose from, including serviced and virtual offices. If you’re just starting out in business, or re-evaluating your traditional office requirements, looking for a cost-effective office alternative presents two options.
Flexible workspaces continue to gain popularity, everyone from start-ups to global real estate suppliers is offering Coworking Spaces, but it's a double-edged sword. Here are the top 6 factors to consider to ensure you don't inadvertently hurt your business.
As companies ease back into the workplace, many are using this opportunity to reassess their workspaces. In this article, we look the pros and cons of a flexible workspace vs a traditional office space to help you decide which will work best for your needs.
Working remotely during coronavirus can take its toll in the form of cabin fever. Read our tips on how to work from home effectively & how to beat cabin fever.
Despite claims to the contrary, and a rise in business confidence, many businesses are still feeling the effects of the GFC, with all its attendant after-effects. During the GFC – and in the years since – one of the key impacts of was (an still is) a dramatic fall in economic velocity. Let’s explain.
With the rise of remote work, companies are transforming to hybrid workspaces & models where it’s telecommuting first with a space for collaboration & events.
In a post-coronavirus world a workforce plan is crucial for adapting in uncertain times. Read our guide on workforce planning so your business can handle change
Ever felt like you’re getting you bogged down in the small stuff? Having virtual assistant can free up time so you can focus on ways to grow. Plus, you'll put the work in the hands of a professional is more cost-effective and efficient than doing everything yourself.
Improved business productivity yields more revenue, reduces costs and provides bigger profits. Below are a few ways businesses can enhance their employees and business work ethic to build a robust workforce.
As Shakespeare famously said, “All the world’s a stage”. And in today’s business world, if you’re not playing on it, you may be missing a golden opportunity to lower your costs and grow your business. Read more for key elements to consider when offshoring your business.
As organisations begin to deal with the COVID-19 fallout, one thing is becoming increasingly clear—the impact of coronavirus on how we work will linger for some time to come. And that’s why your workforce plan is more vital than ever. Read more on how to manage the impact on covid-19 on your workforce.