Guest Contributor | Sep 15, 2020 | 0
Regus launches first business centre
Global workplace provider, Regus recently opened its first business centre in Namibia in Windhoek’s Maerua Mall. The launch of the business centre in Windhoek brings Regus’ network of flexible workspaces to 102 globally, and to 18 on the continent. The Regus business centre at Maerua Mall offers high-quality offices, co-working spaces and meeting rooms, all on a flexible basis. With no long-term fixed rents or upfront capital investment required for the ready-to-use workplaces, a more affordable way to operate than conventional fixed offices. The arrival of Regus in Windhoek will make it easier for international companies to explore the options in Namibia. Regus workplaces include ready-made professional infrastructure, saving them from the chore of having to find, equip and manage their own office premises. With a fully-connected workplace and trained support staff already in place, they can start work immediately, without the risk of long-term property commitments.
Nuno Condinho, Southern Africa Country Manager, stated: “Our launch in Namibia brings our network in Africa to 18 countries, and follows quickly on the heels of our launch in Botswana. Our investment in these countries will help both local and international companies benefit from trends such as infrastructure and telecoms development, FDI and growing local entrepreneurship. The economic potential of Africa is vast and exciting, and Regus is strongly committed to facilitating business here.
Added Condinho, “In Africa, and globally, we will continue to increase our support for businesses in 2014 and beyond. We’ll extend our network to the places where they want us to be, and carry on developing the innovative products and services that back our customers’ growth and success.”
Regus is a global workplace provider with a network of more than 1,800 business centres in 102 countries. Founded in Brussels in 1989, Regus is based in Luxembourg and is listed on the London Stock Exchange.