History makers: Giles and Niki Fuchs on the Brussels Sprouts podcast

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Published: 27 May 2021 10:51

Where did the flexible workspace industry begin?

In a recent podcast for Brussels Sprouts, OSiT CEO Giles Fuchs and Managing Director Niki Fuchs discuss with the hosts the origins of serviced office space, dating right back to its inception in the UK by their mother in 1979, and the key drivers of success in the industry.

They touch on the importance of creating beautiful spaces, employing dedicated, like-minded staff and how they remained at the forefront of the sector to ensure their centres continue to be an easy choice for clients. Consequently, OSiT’s clients feel encouraged to be more productive and often stay with OSiT for far longer than the expected period for flex space.

Among other riveting topics, Giles and Niki provide insight into the technological changes made in throughout the business in response to Covid-19 and their predictions for the future of the sector. They also share their OSiT top tips for operators looking to level up from single site mavericks to enjoy exponential growth.

Listen to the podcast in full below:

History makers: Giles and Niki Fuchs on the Brussels Sprouts podcast

About Giles and Niki

Giles Fuchs

A self-confessed serial entrepreneur, Giles Fuchs, CEO of Office Space in Town, works tirelessly to create both financial and strategic opportunities for the firm. Starting his first company at just 22 years old, Giles has developed a hearty portfolio of business management expertise apparent in his leadership of OSiT. He is also a keen sportsman, which has translated into a desire to foster and maintain a brilliant team ethos at each of OSiT’s centres.

Niki Fuchs

Beginning her career journey as a receptionist at her mother’s own serviced office group, Niki Fuchs got to grips with the industry from an early age and her tireless motivation is the driving force behind her success. Niki now sits as the Managing Director of leading serviced office provider, OSiT, alongside her brother, Giles, the CEO. Niki loves the industry and the people who are part of it. She has, therefore, strived to make OSiT not just a place of work, but a community of likeminded and talented friends.