Finding an Office Space in Thailand

Updated on Friday 23rd September 2016

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Since the procedure of setting up a company in Thailand can be quite complex, our Thai company formation advisors can provide assistance to foreign investors in order to make this process as easy and simple as possible. Before beginning your activities though, an important aspect of opening a business in this country is finding an office space in Thailand
 

Types of properties for your office space in Thailand


When finding an office space in Thailand, the following types of properties are available to your business:

•    Serviced offices: allow your business to expand or downsize as necessary, enabling immediate use and no long-term duties. A lot of time they offer all inclusive servicing, as well;
•    Leased offices: if you have numerous employees and you are convinced about a long term commitment, it could prove to be the ideal option. You can personalize your office space and arrange it so that it benefits all your employees;
•    Virtual offices: these are shared office services, including usually a business address, telecommunication services and meeting amenities. 
 

Where to rent an office in Thailand?


A lot of foreign investors find it difficult to come across a profitable location when they open a business in Thailand. The property market in the country is flourishing, and there is not a magic solution to this issue. Remember that the costs of setting up an office in Bangkok will be a bit more expensive, mainly if you rent in main locations which cost more when compared to rents in the other regions of the country. However, the capital still remains the place where you can make most profits, as most of the country’s wealth is concentrated in Bangkok.

When planning to set up a company, before finding an office space in Thailand, examine the following questions:

•    What is the available budget? Should you go for a more expensive business district in the center or a more affordable suburb?
•    Where are your clients situated? Do they have to visit you repeatedly? Do you have to visit them?
•    Is your office easily reachable by the company employees? Are you profiting from the best selection of human resources?

If you are interested in company registration and set up in Thailand or in finding an office space in Thailand and require help, we invite you to get in touch with our Thai company formation advisors.

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