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By downsizing your central office footprint and supplementing it with access to a flexible workspace, you can save on the amount of rent you pay
Using the latest technology, everything an employee may need is a couple of taps away on the Regus app, from booking a meeting room, coworking desk or private office by the hour, day or month, to quick IT support or any other services that they might require in the office. If you’re working in an industry where travel is a regular part of your job, the company also offers an impressive 3,500 locations in 120 countries. New in Singapore With 22 Regus working spaces around the island, you’re bound to find a location that’s convenient for your company. The space at Hiap Hoe Building, located in Zhongshan Mall & Park, is the most recently updated and refreshed Regus office. The new space features scenic views and common areas with modern furnishings. There are also a total of 49 private offices (available from $545 per person, per month) and hot-desks (from $199 per month). Virtual offices start from just $90 a month while meeting rooms cost $52 an hour. Regus’s other office spaces are located in United Square, Paya Lebar Quarter, North Bridge Road, Wisma Atria, One Fullerton and other business hubs across Singapore. If you’re ready to join the long list of companies who’ve made the move to flexible and hybrid work arrangements, get a quote from Regus or find out more about the company’s office space solutions by calling 6817 5199 or visiting the website, regus.com.
Different options to suit different business needs While hybrid workspaces have become rather popular now, it’s fair to say that Regus was ahead of the curve. In fact, they’ve racked up over 30 years of experience in the flexible office space industry, working with leading global companies along the way. The company counts around 83 percent of the Fortune 500 among its customers, including Standard Chartered, NTT and Cisco. It’s no surprise, then, that they have a wealth of options to fit a wide variety of businesses, from small scale start-ups to major multinational enterprises. Among these workspace solutions are short-term contracts, multi-location access and workspace passes that can be shared across large teams. Regus can also arrange for unique solutions tailored specifically to an individual company’s requirements. Another unique option is the “virtual office” service. This allows companies to easily build a presence in any global location and gain access to business lounges, phone-answering services and a professional address.
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