Managed Business Space

Da Vinci takes virtual offices back to birthplace: American firm develops remote management to fill underexploited niche service that originated in the UK

Veteran seen as safe pair of hands: tough market sees Forsyth diversifying into selling its skills via management contracts.

Managed space rides the recession: The stage has been set for jungle warfare as the strong devour the weak

Survivor will feed off dying firms: MWBEX uses power of past profits to claw out new business in recession

Business Centres Association makes peace with agents:new practice code raises odds that relations between Britsin's landlords and agents will end years of mistrust

Port@l creates one-stop-shop for managed property: group exploiting gap in market for ‘cradle to grave’ service ranging from strategic accommodation advice through development, funding and facilities management.

Property legend backs managed business space: ringing endorsement the sector has been desperate to hear as it struggles to be recognized as a serious long-term contender to traditional leasing. 

Regus defies sceptics to become world leader: pioneer Mark Dixon proves doubters wrong after surviving 10 tumultuous years and launching new phase of expansion

Managed space market defies downturn: no shortage of demand as occupiers uncertain of the future opt for short-term space but poorer buildings and managers locked into boomtime rents are struggling.