With a thriving tourist sector and superb transport connections, including a direct rail link to London in under three hours, it is no wonder that York is a popular location for those seeking to setup a virtual office in the North of England. The city's unemployment is consistently below the national average and access to a highly talented workforce, provided by the two Universities that call this city home, makes setting up in York a popular choice for businesses of all descriptions.
The major employers in the city include Nestle, Network Rail and the insurer Aviva. The impact of the tourist trade can also be felt, with many businesses catering to the crowds of visitors that are attracted to York throughout the year to explore the historic Roman centre. Road access is also superb, as the city is connected to the wider economy of the North of England via the A19 to Newcastle-Gateshead, A64 to Leeds and the A59 towards Manchester and Liverpool.
Located on the outskirts of York, York Tower Court is a superb location for a virtual office setup. Telephone answering and mail forwarding are provided, while professional serviced office spaces are also available, with the convenience of all-inclusive monthly invoicing. There is also a thriving community of businesses that already call this centre home, allowing for local networking opportunities. Within easy distance of York, the Harrogate Town Centre Business Park is a location that will appeal to those looking to setup a virtual office in the nearby affluent spa town, which hosts a significant financial and professional services community. It is sure to appeal to those seeking a prestigious business address without the need for a fully serviced office.
Scaling up your operations is simple with our business centres in Yorkshire. Regus can provide access to fully serviced offices at competitive rates should you wish to establish a more permanent address for your growing business. Similarly, we can also offer flexible co-working spaces arrangements for those seeking the convenience of a permanent address without the commitment of a fully serviced office at the early stages of business growth.