News | Wednesday, 04 February 2009

Malta to be connected to an international network of office space

Malta’s is to form part of the world’s largest provider of outsourced workplaces solutions.
In the coming weeks, a state-of-the art business centre in Swatar is to open its doors for business and will mean that Malta will have its centre in the REGUS unique network of 1,000 business centres in 450 cities and 75 countries and with its large range of products and services from fully equipped offices to professional meeting and training rooms, business lounges and the largest network of videoconferencing studios.
Fully furnished and equipped, the business centres also provide clients with Regus’ wide range of services including high-speed Internet access, digital telephone service and on-site administrative support. Based on flexibility, productivity and simplicity, the Regus concept is giving the opportunity to companies to run their businesses in booming, dynamic and attractive markets around the world while remaining focused on their core business.
A first business centre in Malta
Regus has opted to strengthen its network and enhance its presence in the Mediterranean area. Regus is already present with centres in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon and Turkey.
By establishing itself in the country, Regus will enable both national and international companies to seize new opportunities in this growing market, allowing them to develop or launch their businesses in the Maltese market without any risk. Thus, companies will benefit from Regus on-demand and tailored workplaces solutions, adapted to their unique and real needs.
Located in a brand new building and among the very few class A buildings on the island, the Swatar City Centre will be providing clients with a strategic address in the city’s business district, like all the other Regus centres. It will be offering a total of 120 workstations and 1 meeting room over a total area of 1,144 square meters. This new centre will be extending Regus’ unique network of 1,000 business centres in 450 cities and 75 countries.
Throughout the world, already 400,000 clients rely upon Regus solutions to support their business growth. Thanks to its innovative workplace solutions, Regus is opening the gates of new markets in the world, to companies that want to develop their business when, where and how they want to, allowing them to work without boundaries.
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