Office Space in Town Revels in New Tenants’ Testimonials on the Positive Impact of Alice-themed Waterloo Serviced Offices

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Tech and media start-ups and traditional city businesses renting Office Space in Town’s “Alice in Wonderland”- themed serviced offices recently revealed how their operations benefit impressively from the unconventionally designed Waterloo offices.

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Not only has the working environment helped keep staff motivated, but also it has impressed potential recruits. We’re growing quickly and the decor and layout of @Waterloo is helping us attract the best talent.

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Office Space in Town’s “Alice in Wonderland”-themed serviced offices have been garnering a lot of attention in the corporate world for some time now because they are complete visual delights. And not only that, but there’s also an interesting back story to the development of these whimsical office space solutions.

What’s even more delightful about these fully serviced offices is their quirkiness is harnessing a lot of benefits for the businesses that have decided to use them as headquarters for their operations. Tenants’ testimonials and feedback give Office Space in Town the validation that they truly made a wise move in going the unconventional route in developing their serviced office provisions in Waterloo. These testimonials also reveal that the criteria for a good work setting are changing, and most businesses’ decision to deviate from the norm is proving that there are more benefits to be had from being different – and, fortunately, Office Space in Town is able to meet the criteria.

Speaking of criteria or requirements, Paul Kavanagh, Managing Director at Beehive Research and one of the newest tenants, shares what he was looking for in a new office: “We wanted an inspiring and riveting working environment where we’d feel good about bringing clients of that stature. Somewhere that projected quality without being too extravagant.” Judging by his statement, he certainly was not after something expensive or fancy; what he wanted was something invaluable, a special quality that will make his organisation more competitive in terms of appeal because they’re both better and different.

The serviced office he secured easily distinguishes them from their competitors; it allows them to visually manifest their unique culture. So far, the organisation has generated (and continues to generate) great advantages in terms of recruitment and employee retention.

Another tenant, Matthew Parsons of TTG Digital (a business of a completely different nature), points out that the out-of-the-ordinary appeal of the Alice-themed offices helps create a strongly positive client/customer behaviour toward their company. He says, “…visitors usually grin, lost for words, or nod approvingly.” It’s always a boost to a company’s morale to see such a reaction from potential clients, investors or partners. Likewise, the positive client experience helps lay down a strong foundation for a good and profitable relationship.

Meanwhile, Abakar Saidov, Founder and CEO of, reveals his massive success with his new space, too: “Not only has the working environment helped keep staff motivated, but also it has impressed potential recruits. We’re growing quickly and the decor and layout of @Waterloo is helping us attract the best talent.”

All these feedback clearly elucidate why and how Office Space in Town’s unconventional set-up in Waterloo attracts all sorts of businesses. With all the advantages it offers in terms of marketing the company, promoting the right work values, and increasing business, it’s no mystery clients are beyond satisfied, and Office Space in Town is reveling in the praise and gratitude.

To learn more about Office Space in Town’s office space solutions in Waterloo, as well as the virtual offices UK small enterprises can take advantage of and the fully serviced offices and meeting rooms in Euston, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Northampton, visit

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