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In Latin America, Europe and Asia, Regus continues to grow with four new openings
Regus shows no signs of slowing down with another tranche of new flexible-office space openings on the horizon. As the leading global office-space provider, with 3,500 locations around the world (and growing), only Regus has the experience, reach and scale to provide a truly all-encompassing offering for businesses of all sizes. Whether it’s the national office of an international conglomerate or first digs for a fast-moving startup that’s required, Regus prides itself on finding the right solution for every type of working day. From Latam to Asia (and Europe in between), here are four of our latest:
In Latin America, Panama is having a moment right now – and the Regus Panama City, Torre Banitsmo is there to help you get the most out of it. Expect a business lounge, meeting rooms and private offices, plus hot desks and an in-house coffee bar to keep you topped up. There’s even the option of a virtual office if it’s a smart address, call-taking and mail-handling that’s required. In the heart of the banking district (and not far from that famous canal), the central location means every type of amenity imaginable is on the doorstep. From eating and drinking to shopping and sightseeing, there’s plenty on offer when work is finished for the day.
In Bergen in Norway, the Regus Flesland Airport provides the perfect location for jet-setters to get things done in between landing and take-off. But it’s an ideal destination for locals too, with two floors of light-filled coworking space and everything from private offices to meeting rooms at your disposal. Its proximity to a major aviation hub means road links are also plentiful, as are the options for dining and drinking in the vicinity. If you’re looking for a little light relief, the Bergen Bowling Sandsli alley, Fana Golfclub and Siljustøl Museum are all within easy reach, as is truly stunning scenery. This being Norway, you can expect to be surrounded by mountains and fjords, which include Sognefjord – the country’s deepest and longest.
In the Netherlands, Regus Utrecht Helix is set to turn heads when it opens its doors after an extensive build. The spectacular glass façade makes a fitting entrance to a city-centre construction that’s all about air and light, with an atrium featuring coworking and meeting rooms for the ultimate in transparent deal-making. A coffee bar, health bar and restaurant are also part of the mix, and the focus on wellbeing that underpins this business hub is complemented by outdoor yoga classes before and after work (a courtyard with trees on each floor completes the picture). With an underground carpark and an easy connection to the Amsterdam-Maastricht motorway, this is one coworking space that’s thought of everything.
Head east to Japan and the brand-new Regus Shin Hiroshima Building is the destination for the latest coworking space and serviced office in Hiroshima. Situated on the first and second floors of this imposing tower, the city-centre Hacchobori location makes it an ideal address for big business and lone entrepreneur alike: whether it’s a business lounge or a meeting room, all points of the working day are covered (and there are plenty of desks too). Surrounded by financial institutions and major companies, it’s a commercial area that also attracts department stores and individual boutiques – plus enviable transport links that turn commuting from a chore into a breeze.
Wherever you are in the world, Regus has an office – and a built-in business community – to fit. Be part of a likeminded community that makes business networking a natural (and welcome) part of the day.