New flexible workspace for Salisbury
Mayor cuts ribbon at opening of Regus hub on Queens St
Salisbury professionals now have a fresh, dynamic and flexible place to work from with the opening of the new Regus workspace at Cross Keys House, Queens Street.
The official opening took place on Thursday 23rd March, with a ribbon cutting ceremony conducted by Councillor Mr Derek Brown OBE, the 756th Mayor of the City of Salisbury. Local professionals were given the opportunity to see the hub first hand and to understand how the environment is geared towards enabling businesses to work flexibly, productively and cost-effectively.
Richard Morris, UK CEO, Regus comments: “The demand for permanent, fixed contract office space is dwindling fast. Instead businesses want space that they can occupy on an as-needed basis, and that can be grown with their business.
“Our Salisbury hub allows professionals in the area to work closer to home, to avoid the expense and cost of commuting, and to focus on core tasks without the headache of office administration. It’s a bright, modern space that professionals will enjoy working out of and it seems to have caught the imagination of businesses already.”
The Salisbury Cross Keys House space is the latest in Regus’ network of over 300 flexible workspaces in the UK.
Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with a network of 3,000 locations in over 1,000 towns and cities, across more than 100 countries, serving 2.3m members.
Through our range of office formats, as well as our growing mobile, virtual office, and workplace recovery businesses, we enable people and businesses to work where, when, and how they want, with a range of price points.
Our customers include some of the most successful entrepreneurs, start-ups and multi-billion dollar corporations.
For more information visit www.regus.com