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Company Overview of Regus plc
Regus plc, together with its subsidiaries, provides office outsourcing services worldwide. Its products and services include business centers, office spaces for rent, day offices, coworking spaces, part-time offices, home working, hot desking, and executive suites. The company also provides virtual office services, telephone answering, business addresses, and mail handling services; meeting, board, and training rooms; video conference suites; and business lounges. In addition, it offers work place recovery services for resuming operations when workplaces are disabled by fire, power failure, or industrial action. The company was formerly known as Regus Group Plc and changed its name to Regus ...
26 Boulevard Royal
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for Regus plc
Total Annual Compensation: $1.1M
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: $611.5K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Regus plc Key Developments
Regus Opens Its Business Centre in Mozambique, at Edificio Millennium Park in Maputo
Jul 3 14
Regus has opened its first business centre in Mozambique, at Edificio Millennium Park in Maputo. The launch will help companies of all sizes to operate in one of Africa's fastest-growing economies. Regus now supports businesses in 19 countries in Africa, following the opening in 'high-opportunity' Mozambique and recent launches in Botswana and Namibia. Globally, its network now covers 104 countries.
Regus Opens its Two Location in Dhaka
Jun 18 14
Regus has expanded its network to an unparalleled 103 countries, adding Bangladesh to its network. To maximize the convenience for businesses, it has entered the market in two key commercial districts in Dhaka. The launch in Bangladesh will help local and foreign companies invest in this fast-developing economy, and support efforts to attract FDI. It also extends Regus' reach in Asia Pacific. The two centers are at the UTC Building, in Karwan Bazaar, and Crystal Palace, on Gulshan South Avenue-both buildings home to multinational and national companies. The Regus centers are gateways to an economy with ambitions to become a middle-income country by 2021. Key growth sectors include pharmaceuticals, energy, ICT/telecoms, and energy. Businesses can access the ready-to-use offices with no upfront capital expenditure or long-term financial commitment. Facilities include office and meeting space, business lounges, high-speed WiFi, and professional support staff.
Regus Launches 2,000(th) Business Centre Location
May 15 14
Regus has opened its 2,000(th) global location. The continued growth of its network illustrates the strength of global demand for more flexible and less fixed working. By offering a global alternative to old-fashioned fixed workplaces, Regus' unparalleled network of flexible workspaces enables firms to give staff more choice over where, when and how they work -- whether they're doing their job in Europe, the Americas, Asia or Africa. Globally, 75% of business executives believe flexible working practices lead directly to higher productivity, shows Regus research. Regus' 2000th centre is at 1434 Spruce Street, in Boulder, Colorado, in the USA. Regus continues to expand into new markets like Boulder, with a strong start-up community and a high number of home-based workers -- two groups that, all over the world, are embracing the use of flexible workplaces and coworking spaces. The Regus network offers these groups instant access to professional facilities (at home or abroad); scalable workspace with no upfront capital or expensive long-term lease; and an opportunity to make new contacts and win new business.
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