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The Executive Centre Launches First Centre in Chengdu - Setting the New Benchmark of the Serviced Office Market in the City

The Executive Centre, Asia Pacific’s leading premium serviced office provider, is pleased to announce the launch of its first centre at Level 17, Raffles City Tower 2 in Chengdu, China. A serviced office is a furnished and fully functional office facility that accommodates multiple companies of different sizes and provides administrative services, modern office equipment, and conference meeting facilities on demand, allowing clients to move in and start working right away without massive start-up costs and overhead expenses.  The Executive Centre, renowned for its prestigious and central locations, contemporary design by internationally acclaimed designer, ergonomic furniture and cutting-edge facilities, is also highly recognised by international clients for its professional, caring and detailed-oriented services. The new centre offers an ultimate experience for MNCs and small and medium-sized companies with its premium serviced office solution, which reflects the Company’s ‘Excellent Locations, Excellent Service and Excellent Value’ philosophy adopted in all 50 centres in the region. The Executive Centre, Raffles City centre is embedded with designed and fully refurbished offices ranging in size 1-10 persons, virtual offices, meeting facilities, video conferencing facilities and a broad range of business concierge services. Customers can benefit from high premium corporate working environment, Herman Miller office furniture, CISCO IP phone systems, broadband cabling, advanced security system and complementary all-day coffee, tea, and fresh fruit. “Chengdu is the economic and political capital of West China and is top in Central and Western China for the presence of World Fortune 500 Companies. Chengdu plays an important strategic role in The Executive Centre’s development roadmap,” said Paul Salnikow, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of The Executive Centre. ‘We see the potentials of the growing city and are very glad to include The Executive Centre at Raffles City in our US$18 million expansion-plan in 2012. With our award-winning serviced office solutions, as well as the most professional, customer-oriented and yet amiable supporting team, I am confident that The Executive Centre will be the primary choice for MNCs who wish to conduct business in Chengdu,’ added Paul Salnikow. Many small and medium-size companies also start their business in this vigorous city. The one-stop office space solutions provided by The Executive Centre enables customers to focus on their core businesses, whilst The Executive Centre takes care of the rest, from company registration, move-in to administrative errands. The Raffles City complex is a one-stop mega-structure of urban culture that comprises office space, a 5-star hotel, serviced apartments and a shopping mall. Designed by internationally renowned architect Steven Holl, Raffles was awarded Gold Level by the US Green Building Council for its comprehensive sustainability measures, which include state-of-the-art energy conservation and management systems; rainwater recycling system; green roofs; as well as the use of recycled building materials. It is conveniently connected to metro interchange linking the New South Area and the city, and gives a speedy access to Shuangliu International Airport. “Raffles City Chengdu is determined to be the new landmark in the City,” said Hoon Teck Ming, Regional General Manager of Southwest China, CapitaLand China. ‘We are delighted to welcome The Executive Centre.  As a premium provider of serviced offices, The Executive Centre matches The Raffle City’s profile perfectly,” added Hoon Teck Ming. ‘By 2015, with the construction of Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone, a major modern industrial base for the entire country, Chengdu will plays a more vital role in southwest China,’ said Deborah Tan, General Manager of South China, The Executive Centre, ‘We are very confident in our future development in Chengdu,’ continued Deborah Tan. Paul Salnikow remarked, “The Executive Centre shows no signs of slowing down. Since 2005, our business has grown by 261% compared to an industry average of 73%. We are continuing to grow across both existing and new China markets. In the major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, we are planning to open one additional new centre each year. Leveraging the rising demand for premium serviced office space driven by companies seeking the advantages of flexible workspace solutions, we are confident of the growth at The Executive Centre in the coming years both in terms of capacity and revenue.’
About The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre is the leading premium serviced office provider in Asia Pacific with over 80 centres in 21 cities. Founded in 1994, it operates in Hong Kong, Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta, Bangalore, Chennai,Pune, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The Executive Centre provides serviced offices, virtual office representation services, meeting and conference facilities, and business concierge services to multinational corporations, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups locally, regionally and internationally. Please visit our Web site at

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