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Regus launches its 8th location in Bucharest

Regus, global provider of flexible workplace solutions, has opened its eight location in Bucharest, located at Anchor Plaza and is expanding in the western part of Bucharest.

2018-05-10 14:06:54

Occupying 1258 square meters, the new site offers 53 fully furnished offices and a co-working space, already rented by a global management consulting and professional services company. The new location also offers virtual office services to book, according to Business Review.

"Bucharest is a key business hub in Romania and we are committed to enabling freelancers, persons who work remotely and small and medium companies, on the one hand, as well as large corporations to have a foothold in the city. The company's activities comply with the global trend related to the growing demand for flexible space", said Ramona Iacob, country manager of Regus Romania.

The new facility is near of the main means of transport in Bucharest and has direct access to Plaza Shopping Mall.

In addition to its new center at Anchor Plaza, Regus operates seven other business centers in Bucharest, with a total of 12258 sqm. The client portfolio of Regus in Bucharest is mainly made of start-ups, local companies and corporate companies in the IT&C, consultancy, telecom, travel industry, HR or e-commerce sectors.



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