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Regus opens fourth business centre in Bahrain

MANAMA, February 7, 2018

Global workspace provider Regus has announced the opening of its fourth business centre in Bahrain.

The new centre aims to support Regus’ network expansion in the kingdom as demand for flexible workspace continues to increase. The centre will be officially opened today during a launch event attended by over 70 people.

The new centre is located on the 29th floor of the iconic United Tower, one of the newest and most prestigious buildings in Bahrain Bay, known for its twisting structure rising from an octagonal floor plate, rotating counter-clockwise and offering uninterrupted 360-degree views of the bay corniche and downtown Manama.

The centre is currently the only serviced office in Bahrain Bay and offers a great lounge and co-working facilities, as well as access to cutting edge technology and the Regus App.

Regus tenants benefit from over 1,200 sq m of offices, co-working spaces and meeting rooms spread across one floor. The centre is the perfect solution not just for local professionals, but also for foreign companies that are looking to set up a business in Bahrain without having to commit to traditional long-term leases. They will also benefit from business opportunities and Regus networking events.

Alina Gomotirceanu, country manager for Regus in Bahrain, said: “Following a growing demand for flexible office spaces in Bahrain, we have decided to open our fourth centre in Manama, to support the continuous expansion of our global network. Bahrain has a healthy business sector, with many regional and international companies looking to set up offices in the Kingdom, encouraged by recent investments in tourism and infrastructure that will support the country’s economic diversification.”

Regus is the largest International workspace provider in Bahrain with multiple locations. Other centres in Manama can be found in Wind Tower, World Trade Centre and Bahrain Almoayyed Tower. Each private office can be upgraded to add more desks or relocated at no extra cost.

Temporary offices can also be rented, to cover the duration of a project, with rolling one month contracts. The serviced offices are supplied with furniture, high-speed internet and a staffed reception, with additional services such as meeting rooms and virtual offices available. - TradeArabia News Service




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