6 March, 2009
Regus, a company which provides temporary offices for businesses, has announced the opening of a new business centre in Manchester.
Located within walking distance of both Salford and Deansgate train stations, the fully-furnished centre will be part of the Springfields estate and will allow companies to rent out meeting facilities that will save them and their clients money on travel expenses.
There will also be video-conferencing facilities which will make linking up with customers quicker and easier.
Mark Dixon, group chief executive of Regus, said: "By introducing flexible workplace strategies, Regus enables clients to reduce overall facilities expenses … by up to 60 per cent."
This could be good news for businesses looking to relocate to Manchester, or who require temporary business accommodation while looking for permanent premises in the northwest.
Regus has more than 950 business centres in 400 cities in 70 countries and claims to be the world’s largest provider of workplace solutions.
Source: Invest in England's Northwest