The world’s leading flexible workspace provider gears up to showcase its range of co-working brands to business leaders
From the creative, community-driven ethos of Spaces, to the progressive professionalism of Regus, each of IWG’s flexible workspace brands has something different to offer businesses.
While many will be familiar with Regus and Spaces, people may not know that they both to belong to the IWG family – along with sister brands Signature by Regus, No.18 and HQ. Together, they make up IWG’s global portfolio of 3,300 flexible office locations in more than 100 countries. Being a member of one of these locations can mean gaining access to the entire network, so you can drop into an IWG workspace wherever your work takes you.
For those looking to find out more about the world of flexible working, this month, GCUC UK – the world’s largest co-working conference series – will take place in London. The event invites decision makers and innovators to come together, share knowledge and build a global community that is shaping the future of working. And this year IWG will be attending as a sponsor as well as a thought leader.
IWG is delighted to have the chance to mingle with business leaders and influencers interested in learning more about the world of flexible working – including those who are thinking about founding their own co-working space. IWG will attend to introduce itself and its array of flexspace and co-working brands to new audiences.
More than just offering an inspiring, high-quality place to work, flexspace is increasingly being recognised as a service-orientated, people-centric sector. The ROI of flexspace can be seen in the productivity and wellbeing of businesses’ employees, as they are given a more intuitive way to work, which lets them make the most out of their time. What’s more, flexspace helps businesses manage their bottom line by giving the option of shorter leases (compared with conventional office space) and the choice to upscale or downsize the space they are using.
The essence of the flexspace and co-working sector, is that a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to workspace doesn’t work. And the same goes for flexible office space brands themselves. By offering an array of brands – each with different signature touchpoints – IWG helps businesses find workspace that is truly suited to their needs and company culture.
Occupying Booth 7 on the exhibition floor OG GCUC, IWG representatives will be out in force at GCUC, ready to spread the word about IWG, including Team Lead Sales Manager Cédric Lechertier and Area Sales Managers Roger Jones, Bahar Marani, Mark Boardman and Andrew Halford. Halford will also be attending a VIP dinner on the first night of the conference.
What’s more, Celia Donne, IWG’s Vice President of Operations EMEA, will speak on a panel, sharing her insights as part of a discussion about what the co-working industry can learn from the hospitality sector. Moderated by Grant Powell, CEO of Central Working (and contributor to forbes.com), the panel will also see Sarah Duignan from STR and Matthew Bell from Citizen M share their insights about the future of the co-working realm.
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