Bank of Taiwan is the third big multinational that CEO SUITE in Lujiazui Pudong has signed within two months this year.
Perhaps talks of recession can be temporarily shelved as the city bustles with excitement and opportunities created by the upcoming World EXPO Shanghai.
According to CEO SUITE business centre spokesman in Lujiazui Pudong, the EXPO Shanghai has drawn a lot more overseas interests back into Shanghai.
For a new set-up, office space is usually one of the first requirements, so “we are a very good indicator of incoming investors, and are also very fortunate to be directly benefiting from this world event”.
Companies who have recently secured long term leases at this business centre range from established financial institutions like the Bank of Taiwan to extremely well-established names in the marine and motor-technology industries.
In addition, coordinators for the World EXPO Shanghai are also competing for office space in the remaining time leading up to the event.
A tour through CEO SUITE business centre confirms brisk business indeed. Flexible short and long-term office space rental may be the key advantage.
All offices are furnished and include Cisco phone sets for immediate start. There is also a more cost-effective office solution: a “virtual” office with the use of CEO SUITE’s business address for correspondence, a telephone number with telephone-answering service and the use of a meeting room.
This service is most suitable for home-based or marketing businesses.
CEO SUITE in Shanghai is located in both Pudong, Lujiazui, Bank of Shanghai building, and in Puxi, Hong Kong New World Tower on Huaihai Zhong Road. In conjunction with Expo Shanghai, all virtual offices are on a 50 per cent discount offer till April 30. Contact www.ceosuite.com