| Public (ASX: SRV)|
| Serviced Offices|
| Alfred Moufarrige - CEO,
Marcus Moufarrige - COO,
Robert Corlett - Chairman,
Jennifer Goodwyn - Vice President USA|
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New South Wales, Australia
Servcorp Holdings Pty Ltd
Servcorp Limited is a multinational organisation that sells serviced office space, virtual office products and IT services. It was established in 1978 and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1999. As of June 2016, it operates in +150 business centres in 52 cities across 21 countries.
Servcorp has registered and owns a trademark for the phrase "Everything but the office".
Servcorp was founded by Alfred Moufarrige in 1978. In 1980 Servcorp pioneered the virtual office concept. In 1990, Servcorp expanded to Singapore, then throughout South East Asia, France and Japan. Servcorp was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1999.
In 1999, Servcorp launched its first Chinese offices in Shanghai.
In 2003, Servcorp was the leading Australian employer in Japan with 130 Tokyo staff.
Servcorp opened its first United Kingdom office in 2009. It opened its first United States location in 2010.
In April 2014, Servcorp opened new offices in Beijing's Fortune Financial Center. In August 2014, Servcorp signed a 15-year lease for the 85th floor of the One World Trade Center.
In July 2015, Servcorp went through a PR nightmare in Malaysia when it displayed an ad on a billboard with their mascot, a wombat, wishing people a happy ramadan. The wombat was mistaken with a pig, thus the offence.
In February 2016, Servcorp turned to the business version of Dropbox to provide a file-sharing solution to its employees. In May 2016, Servcorp opened its first offices in Tehran, Iran.