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Regus Provide Work-Ready Offices in Wellington

Regus Provide Work-Ready Offices in Wellington

The Regus commitment is to provide a global network of office space, on-demand meeting facilities, business lounges and virtual offices without risk and with no up-front capital expenditure. People can now focus on commercial plans, not floor plans, freeing them from long-term commitment to explore new markets without risk to take advantage of new ways of working. Their fantastic new location in Wellington’s Plimmer Towers, gives people all this and more.

Situated in the heart of Wellington’s CBD in the North East of Gilmer Terrace and Boulcott Street, this business centre has a wide variety of private offices, meeting spaces, a considerable co-working space featuring large collaboration tables, and a business lounge. This area of the city is well serviced by public transport and just 20 minutes from Wellington Airport, with immediate access to the Terrace and Wellington motorways. Plimmer Towers includes a 4-Star Hotel, multi-level car parking with 24/7 access, overlooking the Wellington waterfront, and the centre is a pivotal hub surrounded by cafes, restaurants and bars, offering easy access to the premier retail strip.

Today’s very competitive business world requires that companies can instantaneously access new markets while, at the same time, providing high quality infrastructure equipped with the latest in technology services. Regus has options to suit any budget and any working style for businesses large and small, branch or sales offices, agencies and consultancies. Their suite of options includes office space to rent, part-time offices, day offices, business centres, virtual offices business lounges. They also offer an exclusive membership scheme, Businessworld, with four levels of service, giving access to their business lounges where clients can hold meetings, print, email and video conference in professional surroundings and with business support from the Regus centre teams.

The very obvious advantages to using Regus office spaces is that they are all fully equipped and ready-to-use with flexible terms, available by day, week, month or year all at a single low price. A huge advantage is that there is no up-front capital expenditure, and their private and shared office options are cost effective and flexible with people only paying for what they need. By providing all their clients need for an effective, efficient workplace wherever and however they need, the Regus promise is “You really can work your way”, while providing a better place for your business.

To focus on commercial plans, not floor plans, go to their website today at .


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