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Fingal Dublin Chamber secures partnership with Regus

Fingal Dublin Chamber secures partnership with Regus

Dublin, 19 September 2013 - The Fingal Dublin Chamber has announced a new business partnership with global workspace provider Regus, bringing the benefits of flexible working to its members.

Members will receive a Regus Preferred Card giving access to co-working space, secure wifi and refreshments in any Regus centre across 100 countries, including the four centres in Dublin.

Members will also receive preferential rates on Regus meeting rooms, video communications facilities and Virtual Office services.

Fingal Dublin Chamber Chief Executive, Tony Lambert comments: “This is a very beneficial and exciting strategic partnership for the Chamber. Regus is a world-renowned brand with a strong reputation for excellence and a great vision for the support of business communities into the future. We’re delighted that their workplace facilities across 1600 sites are now available to our members and look forward to working closely with them, providing innovative solutions for businesses locally and globally.”

Siobhan Kinsella is Operations Director for human resource solution provider Cpl Learning and Development, a member of the Fingal Dublin Chamber. She comments on the benefits that the partnership will bring: “I’m delighted that the Fingal Dublin Chamber has joined forces with Regus. The flexibility that having access to professional workspace on demand brings is incredibly useful these days and the strategic partnership is going to be of huge tangible benefit to all chamber members.”

She continues: “Cpl’s offering extends to 9 different countries and we are always assessing new markets for expansion. The Regus offer will enable us to expand into new countries in a relatively low-cost, low risk way, which is an exceptional service to have at your disposal. For me, the partnership is a great example of the commitment that Regus and the Chamber show towards supporting business on both a local and a global level.”

Karen Lawlor, Country Manager for Ireland at Regus comments: “We are delighted to be entering into this partnership with the Fingal Dublin Chamber which will offer flexible working to an even wider range of businesses in the city. We know from our global customer base that mobile and remote working is on the increase and there is rising demand for on-demand places to work, whether that’s in the city, on the motorway or at an airport. Our centres offer customers a network of drop-in spaces to make their work life easier.”