Regus members travelling through Japan, the Netherlands, Norway and Panama can drop in to our latest flexible-office spaces
Being a truly global office space-provider is about keeping an eye out for corners of the world where demand for top-quality workspace is at an all-time high. The latest slew of Regus Centres, launched ready for 2020, presents companies with a global choice of strategic locations that maximise business networking opportunities on a local or international level. What’s more, clients can rely on Regus’s consistently excellent professional facilities, complete with well-trained staff who will take care of all the office running and maintenance – leaving members to focus on what they do best.
And it’s not just the businesses based in these destinations who can make these new Regus Centres their home. Every single one of the coworking giant’s 2.5 million members – wherever they’re based – have access to Regus’s 3,400 flexible office space locations all over the world. So, if 2020 takes you on the road, feel free to drop in and get some work done at any of these inspiring new flexspaces.
At the crossroads
Occupying two floors of the newly-built Shin Hiroshima office building, this freshly completed Regus Centre enjoys a prime location in Hiroshima opposite the intersection of Hatchobori: it’s a distinctive new structure that’s easy to spot, which is handy for hosting customers. The Japanese city’s business community is right on the centre’s doorstep, with major corporations, financial firms and retailers close by. Regus Shin Hiroshima Building is also just a two-minute walk from the nearest metro station and a 10-minute taxi ride from Hiroshima train station, plus there’s an outdoor terrace for al fresco coffee breaks.
Situated right in the centre of the city and surrounded by places to eat and drink, Utrecht’s striking glass-fronted Helix building makes a fantastic impression for welcoming clients. With Regus Utrecht Helix, the building’s first floor and atrium have been combined, offering a health bar, coffee bar, restaurant, coworking space, meeting rooms and private offices, all of which makes for an airy open-plan feel whilst creating an appealing business community. With easy access to the busiest motorway in the Netherlands (Amsterdam-Maastricht), the centre’s underground parking spaces are a welcome feature, and Regus Utrecht Helix is moments from Utrecht Leidsche Rijn train station. There’s also a rooftop terrace to escape to, and a tree-filled courtyard for outdoor yoga sessions in finer weather.
Landing in Norway
The beautiful Norwegian city of Bergen – known for its thriving energy and maritime industries – is gaining a Regus Centre in the closest building to its international airport. Filled with natural light, thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows, the contemporary structure is an attractive place to work, complete with private offices, pleasant meeting rooms and coworking space ready for business networking opportunities. There’s an array of hotels, restaurants and boutiques within easy reach, and the airport boasts routes pretty much right across the world – so Regus members from almost anywhere can pop in and get to work right after they touch down in Norway.
Opening up in a statuesque skyscraper in Panama City’s banking district, our latest Regus Centre in the Panamanian capital lets members make the most of this strategic business location in the heart of the metropolis. A standout feature of Regus Panama City Torre Banitsmo is its private video-conferencing studio – perfect for virtual meetings between teams in different locations. There’s also an on-site sandwich/coffee bar, secure underground parking and storage space for bikes, so those who prefer a two-wheeled commute can pedal in to their heart’s content.
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