Regus UK, the flexible workspace provider, has announced its support for business disability international (bdi). bdi aims to build the first global business consortium working to the benefit of business, the 1 billion people with disabilities worldwide, and the global economy.
bdi’s team have been given access to Regus’s flagship centre in the News Building, London Bridge.
The centre, which opened in 2015, occupies the third floor of the seventeen storey building, and offers a range of flexible workspace and business services.
Facilities available in the centre include virtual offices, private offices, on-demand meetings room, a drop-in business lounge and a large co-working space to enable networking and collaboration.
Susan Scott-Parker, CEO of bdi says, “Having Regus as a supporter and the opportunity to use a shared working space has revolutionised the way the bdi team work. The flexible, collaborative set-up enables us to focus on providing quality support to our member organisations and to our founders Barclays, GSK and Infosys”.
Richard Morris, UK CEO of Regus says, “Our workspaces are used by organisations of all kinds, from charities to SMEs to multi-national corporates. The mix of private areas such as offices and meeting rooms with co-working spaces which enable ideas-sharing and collaboration means that professionals are able to maximise their productivity and creativity. Like so many other organisations, bdi is realising the benefits of this flexible approach”.