17
September
2012
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

A New Way To Work In Ontario as Regus Expands

ONTARIO, Calif. – (August 6, 2012) – Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, is expanding its network of business centers beyond downtown Los Angeles and today announced the opening of its first location in Ontario at 3281 E. Guasti Road. Regus continues to invest in new cities throughout the U.S. to satisfy demand from businesses and professionals looking for a scalable and cost-effective space.

“We are thrilled that Regus has decided to open its first regional business center in the City of Ontario,” said Mayor Paul Leon. “The suite of workplace tools now available to area entrepreneurs and business professionals complements the Ontario City Council’s commitment to building Ontario as the next urban center and the hub for business and job growth.”

Staying ahead of shifting workplace trends, Regus’ move into Ontario comes at a time when workers are trying to reduce commute times and improve work-life balance. Flexible working is gaining traction as it has shown to boost employee productivity while helping businesses reduce overhead expenses.

The new location provides entrepreneurs, small- to medium-sized businesses and multinational companies a range of options – from fully equipped offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and business lounges.

“There is a prevailing trend towards increased flexibility and autonomy of individual workers as more people spend a significant amount of hours working outside of a traditional office,” explained Sande Golgart, Regus’ Regional Vice President. “Working from home can be full of distractions. Now the local business community has access a range of services to help them work better and be minutes from where they live.”

Regus’ model allows companies and individuals, who want to establish a quick presence in Ontario, to do so in order to take advantage of the opportunities available with the defense and high-tech sectors with minimal financial risk.

The networking and collaboration that happens in the center with other like-minded professionals is an added bonus,” said Golgart.