Austin, TX, October 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- BusinesSuites, a nationwide operator of executive office suites and virtual offices, announced plans for a new location in Raleigh, North Carolina to open in December 2013. This will be BusinesSuites’ first executive suite location in North Carolina.BusinesSuites North Raleigh
will be located near the intersection of Six Forks Road and Strickland Road with a host of nearby dining destinations and easy access to primary transportation routes including Creedmore Road, Falls of Neuse Road and North 540.
“Our new location in Raleigh will be a great fit for entrepreneurs, professionals, and employees of large companies in the Raleigh area who want more flexible workspace options like executive suites and virtual offices,” says John G. Jordan, President of BusinesSuites and Past President of the Global Workspace Association. “BusinesSuites North Raleigh will offer part-time and full-time offices, team project rooms and conference rooms in an upscale, professional environment.”
With over 50 offices, the center will provide full-service, furnished Raleigh office space, complete with live phone answering, business-class Internet, premium amenities, access to meeting rooms and a café. BusinesSuites North Raleigh will be available in December 2013 with flexible terms allowing short-term and small space users an economic alternative to the long-term financial commitment of conventional office space. For clients who travel, BusinesSuites offers the opportunity to utilize the café, conference rooms and day offices at any BusinesSuites location in the US. BusinesSuites North Raleigh will be the company’s first location in North Carolina and its 25th location in the United States.
Raleigh was named one of the Best Cities in America for Small Business in 2013 by Business Journal and was chosen as the #3 Best Places for Business and Careers in America by Forbes in 2013. Raleigh and the Wake County area are home to many large employers including IBM, GlaxoSmithKline, Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) and Red Hat, along with the state government and North Carolina State University.