LOS ANGELES--(Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, opened three new business centers in Los Angeles, and plans to double its L.A. portfolio by adding more than 20 locations in the metro area in 2013. As more local businesses turn to flexible working for cost savings, improved work-life balance and increased productivity, demand for Regus services such as flexible-term offices, drop-in business lounges, and virtual offices has skyrocketed in Southern California.)--
“We enable companies to focus on taking advantage of new opportunities while we focus on the management of their workplace”
A global provider of turnkey space, Regus continues to invest across Southern California as demand from mobile workers continues to grow. From Bakersfield to San Diego, customers can work from more than 50 regional locations. The newest Los Angeles centers are located at:
The company’s network of flexible space provides entrepreneurs, small- to medium-sized businesses as well as international companies a range of efficient work solutions, including fully equipped offices and meeting rooms, and membership to its drop-in business lounges. Terms are flexible allowing clients to choose the amount of space they use and the length of time they stay.
“We enable companies to focus on taking advantage of new opportunities while we focus on the management of their workplace,” said Sande Golgart, Regus’ Regional Vice President. “With no upfront capital outlay, businesses can utilize any of our locations and rely on our support team to help them be more productive every day.”
In the coming months, Regus will expand throughout the region, adding new business centers in the suburbs of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, and in booming downtown Los Angeles, conveniently situated near LA Live.
These new centers are expected to help customers reduce their traffic-plagued trips into the office. Findings from the INRIX National Traffic Scorecard reveal L.A. drivers spent 56 hours in traffic, higher than the national average as they navigated through some of the worst traffic corridors in the country. In selecting the sites for their new locations, Regus took into consideration points that could help ease commuting times for its clients.
“Technology makes it possible for people to work at a schedule and location that best suits their individual needs,” added Golgart. “In increasing numbers, businesses are coming to Regus because we provide the tools and environment, which allow individuals to work better, smarter and faster.”
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.
More than a million customers a day benefit from Regus facilities spread across a global footprint of 1,500 locations in 600 cities and 100 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. For more information please visit: www.regus.com.