The demand for office spaces for various firms within the city has shot up, citing growth of businesses in the economy. As organizations and companies swarm to set up their businesses, the need to have offices for office work operations squeeze in. Other than the development of such facilities to save their brands, the development has come with a number of challenges.
Tanzania has done exceptionally well to change the business climate to welcome more and more investors into the country. President John Pombe Magufuli has introduced incentives and measures to attract investors and expand the business sector in Tanzania. The country’s economies has grown and expanded, creating job opportunities as well.
Belgina-based firm, formerly known as Regus, is set to open its fourth Business Centre in Dar to cater for the demand of the office spaces. The gap identified will add more office spaces for businesses to set up their print in the city. Acquisition of office spaces has not been a walk in the park with various organizations making early bookings, fending off start-ups from having any glimpse of hope to clinch the luxurious facilities.
Their prices, though varying on the spaces, has been extortionately high especially with their geographical location being in a suitable place to do business. Other have led to congestion, blocking ways for other businesses. The need to offer such services is vital though, as it makes business effective.
The new business centre will give tenants access to a wide market, as the city has a high population. The prices will be suit their budgets as the Belgian firm, now known as IWG Plc, will seek to offer customer-friendly prices to their clients.
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The facility hopes to give the employees an environment of productivity that will enable them to work effectively and efficiently with little environmental disturbance.