Office Space in Town co-founder Giles Fuchs tackles the subject of workplace wellness, giving his four tips for sustainable implementation of the culture.
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In looking to capitalise on a growing market for his business, Giles Fuchs has come to understand the value of a good management structure early on.
In a world where bad service and poor reviews travel like wildfire, Giles Fuchs uses his experience to provide guidance on keeping customers happy.
As a man well versed in securing investment from institutional backers, a new fundraising push has got Giles Fuchs looking back on how he’s honed his technique for banking growth capital.
While the modern day business leader is always on the run, there is still a lot to be said about what can be produced off the back of effective meetings.
Most businesses have a defined and focused target audience. And an effective marketing strategy for that group poses a challenge for any company, and for Office Space in Town, the challenge is greater.
For a young and growing business it may not be high up on the agenda, but Office Space in Town explains why SME corporate social responsibility makes sense.
When a business grows the number of recruitment decision required also swells, but Giles Fuchs believes the CEO needs to maintain the same involvement.
For many, a new year is a new start and brings a host of new challenges – as well as opportunities. For Office Space in Town, ours is no different. As I look ahead to the coming year, I am newly resolved to change the way my sector, serviced offices, is viewed.
As Giles Fuchs looks for the capital that will finance the next stage of his company’s growth, he explains why international investors will play a big part.
This month, I have had even more reason to be optimistic about the increasing strength of the serviced office sector – something worth building a future on.
Describing Office Space in Town as very much a family business, Giles Fuchs joins Founders Diaries to reveal how he’s not afraid to take chances.