Why rent a serviced office in Melbourne ? It is home to Australia’s second busiest airport, for one. People travel from all over to get to Australia’s second most populous city for a variety of reasons. For businesses, it is a chance to be part of surprisingly diverse economy.
Finance, education, IT, transport, manufacturing; Melbourne has it all within in its thriving city. Home to the largest seaport in the country, its economy is underpinned by imports and exports, dealing with $75 billion of trade every single year. Manufacturing firms such as mining company BHP Billiton, along with half of the 10 largest corporations in Australia all call the city home.
For financial companies keen to be at the heart of an active environment, banks such as NAB and ANZ have their headquarters in Melbourne, earning it a place in the world’s top 50 financial cities, according to MasterCard in 2008.
A city on the move? It is if the automotive industry has anything to do with it: industry giants Ford and Toyota both have major facilities there.
The bustling business world is topped off by the Crown Casino and Convention Centre, a commercial property development that introduced conference facilities, entertainment services and office space to Melbourne, generating billions of dollars every year for the area.
People travel to Melbourne for its quality of life too. Indeed, overseas immigrants – often in search of work – regularly move to Melbourne, at times even outperforming Sydney’s migrant intake. Ranked the world ‘s most liveable city by The Economist several times, the UNESCO City of Literature is a cultural hub that welcomes a range of nationalities into its fold; an attitude that makes it ideal for businesses, employers and prospective employees.
Who wouldn’t want to rent a serviced office in that kind of environment? Melbourne is, for want of a better word, bonza.
For more information on serviced offices in Amsterdam and other office space around the world, visit www.servicedofficesolutions.com