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myOffice launches “Platinum Serviced Offices” in Marina Plaza

February 15, 2016 10:26 am


DUBAI, United Arab Emirates:- myOffice Business Centre have successfully rolled out their first Platinum Serviced Offices in Emaar’s Marina Plaza on the 29th floor. This luxury facility comes with panoramic views of the Marina, the sea front and the Sheikh Zayed Road.

The first of its kind, state of the art Serviced Business Centre provides local and international clients with a complete range of tailored concierge business solutions, The 24,000 sqft facility, includes board rooms, meeting rooms, break out areas, a business lounge plus state of the art laptop bar and internet café, events area, luxury fitted serviced office space, phone answering and support services and DED licensing to full logistical and secretarial support.

myOffice strategically chose to launch their first platinum facility at Marina Plaza due to its prestige placement adjacent to Dubai Marina Mall, with onsite parking making it easy to access the surrounding Marina cafes, restaurants and leisure facilities. It is also only a two-minute walk from the Marina Metro Station and a five-minute walk to Jumeirah Beach Residences and Jumeirah Lake Towers.

Following a 5 year stable growth pattern and with 120% full business space occupancy myOffice has taken the steps to diversify their business operations based on client demand requiring personlised concierge and luxury facilities. Whilst the clients business grows myOffice has also taken it in their stride to cater for their growing needs. With the Platinum facilities myOffice are superseding their client’s expectation.

myOffice specialize in supporting Small Medium Enterprises to start up their companies and as they have grown the demand for luxury concierge services has also increased over the past 3 years. The increase in demand has been largely attributed to international corporates entering the local market. The platinum offices are thus perfect for the international corporates entering the market and the successful SME’s who are taking their business to the next level.

Joint Shareholders (myOffice) comment:

“Starting out in 2011, we knew that the serviced office market needed a facility that catered to high-end businesses. We also knew that clients were looking for more tailor-made, personalised services for their business needs. Little did we realise, that after the opening of the Dubai Downtown office, that our recipe for providing the perfect business centre for new and existing businesses would become so popular with local and international businesses that we would have to diversify onto a higher standard of luxury by introducing the platinum facility.

Only six months after opening our first office, we grew beyond measure, opening a further four new business centres across Dubai and Saudi Arabia.

Having now developed a strong and adaptable Management Program and expansion strategy, we plan to roll out further luxury platinum serviced facilities at a steady rate over the next five years.

In line with our growth story we are always on the look out for both independent and corporate investors to further our reach. The UAE is one of the fastest growing business markets in the world; located in the middle of the western world and far eastern business world puts us in a desirable position for business transit and a middle point for businesses to meet”.

myOffice Business Centre has proven to be a successful investment for its shareholders, return on investments successfully reached approximately 50% in the first 5 years of operations. Renewal rate of 80% has been achieved through in house office leasing clients in addition to over 500 companies using myOffices business address and phone answering services. myOffice business relationships have been generated through business to business agreements and referral systems that has given myOffice the opportunity to form solid foundations and relationships with their growing clientele.

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By Mujeeb Rahman
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Mujeeb Rahman is a business journalist at AMEinfo. His areas of focus include economy, markets, politics and international relations in MENA and Asia-Pacific regions. An ex-BBC digital journalist, he delves deeper into the subjects that matter most.