The prices for serviced office space can range from between RMB 2500 to 6000 per workstation in Shanghai, depending on location and requirements.
However, when looking at serviced offices it is always worth keeping in mind that these costs usually cover amenities, which may include internet, meeting rooms, reception services etc., and as such can offer great value for money.
There are so many serviced office providers in Shanghai meaning that there is usually plenty of choice when it comes to looking for new office space.
Particularly, there is wide availability in spaces suitable for one person to 20 people, while suites still appear to be the most popular type of space, taking preference over coworking spaces.
Instant Offices offer a great variety of office sizes and solutions, and are able to accommodate most enquiries, from one person through to 100 or more depending on the specifics.
Why choose Shanghai?
Shanghai is the biggest city in China and is still rapidly developing.
Its main advantage is its location in mainland China with direct access to the largest market in the Asia-Pacific region.
As such, there is a wide variety of spaces available for companies looking to move into the area, at much more favourable prices than in comparable areas such as Hong Kong.
There is a good transport infrastructure to allow for easy travel around the city, and the region as a whole.
For international companies looking to move into the city there is the advantage that a large number of foreign companies have already made the move to Shanghai city, along with new initiatives to make it easier to set up business in the city.
Five things you probably didn't know about Shanghai:
- English is taught as a mandatory course from first grade in the public education system in Shanghai
- Shanghai was originally a small fishing village but is now in the top 10 largest cities in the world
- With over 70 million visitors the 2010 Shanghai Expo 2010 was the biggest world exposition in history
- The Shanghai Maglev Line between the city centre and the airport carries the fastest trains in the world with its maximum operational speed of 430km/h
- Since 1921, Shanghai has lost 6 feet in height and continues to slowly sink into the soft soil that it is built on