The centres in Blackfriars, Regents Park, High Street Kensington and Broadgate bring Regus’ London portfolio to 85, and offer a variety of high specification, flexible space and business services. Typical products include a drop-in business lounge, private offices, meeting rooms, Virtual Offices and administrative support.
Kalfus Properties, a boutique property consultancy, is a customer at the new centre in Kensington.
Director Andrew Kalfus said: “We were looking for a location and facility that was both convenient and welcoming for clients to visit. We were attracted to the prominent High Street location and the fact that we could just move in and get to work.
“But the greatest benefit is flexibility – we can easily scale up the business, adding extra desk space when we need it, or use meeting rooms on demand. You don’t have that reassurance with your own premises.”
Steve Purdy, UK Managing Director at Regus said: “This is an exciting time for us. We are delighted to reach the 85 centre mark in London, demonstrating our commitment to leading the global trend towards flexible working.
“Flexible and drop-in workspace allow companies to remain agile, work wherever it suits them and keep overheads down, saving an estimated 60% on traditional property costs.
“Regus’ customer base is unique in that it spans so many industry sectors and business types, from freelancers and sole traders to fast-growth SMEs and large corporations. However, we are seeing particular demand from London’s tech and digital sector, and already count more than half of Tech City’s ‘Future Fifty’ companies as customers, alongside Google, LinkedIn, Amazon and Twitter.”
Globally, Regus has 2000 business centres across 104 countries.