Company A : A U.S.-based logistics company
Establishment of a new business center at an incubation office in a large office building
Company A was looking for a five-person office in Tokyo as a new business center for business expansion. It was also considering future personnel increase and improving the impression made on visitors, so it was hoping for a large office building with genderseparated washrooms. We proposed an incubation office located inside a large office building in Tokyo’s Minato Ward, and we helped the company set up its new offices in Tokyo without any hitches.
Company B : A U.S.-based event operator
Moving from temporary offices to improve convenience and reduce monthly costs
Company B had previously been operating out of a temporary four-employee office, but they wanted to move to a standard office due to the high frequency of client visits and operating costs. They also wanted to have their new office in a building above a certain standard level. We proposed an office building in one corner of a large-scale development district in Tokyo’s Minato Ward. The company was able to move into a more convenient office with lower monthly costs.
Company C : A Switzerland-based pharmaceutical company
Combining offices into one floor of a large office building, improving business efficiency, and lowering costs
Company C, which had been using two floors of a medium-sized office building as its business center in Tokyo, but they had developed relocation plans that called for a larger office located on the same floor. In anticipation of future expansion of their global operations, we proposed a large office building in Chuo Ward, Tokyo that offered future expansion possibilities as their new location. In addition to improved business efficiency by merging their offices onto a single floor, they were also able to reduce costs.