Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, with products and services ranging from fully equipped offices to professional meeting rooms, business lounges and the world’s largest network of video communication studios. Regus enables people to work their way, whether it’s from home, on the road or from an office. Customers such as Google, GlaxoSmithKline, and Nokia join hundreds of thousands of growing small and medium businesses that benefit from outsourcing their office and workplace needs to Regus, allowing them to focus on their core activities.
Over a million customers a day benefit from Regus facilities spread across a global footprint of 1,300 locations in 550 cities and 97 countries, which allow individuals and companies to work wherever, however and whenever they want to. Regus was founded in Brussels, Belgium in 1989, is headquartered in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange.
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In Vancouver there is "massive demand" for flexible workspaces and coworking options, according to workspace provider Regus. The company, which is expanding its presence in the city and... more
What do Canadians look for in their ideal workplace? According to a report from Regus, the majority of Canadian professionals (84%) want fast and reliable IT services. The report also found... more
As governments everywhere look to improve export performance of their economies, global workplace provider Regus says there are "significant hurdles" Canadian companies face when expanding to... more
Regus, a provider of flexible workplaces, has forged a strategic partnership with Air Canada. The collaboration between the two companies provides Altitude and Maple Leaf Club members the... more
As Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer forces telecommuters back into the office, nine out of 10 workers feel managers need to accept flexible working more, according to a new study from Regus, a provider of... more