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September
2012
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

Flexibility: A Business Essential for White Plains Companies

White Plains, NY (August 1, 2012) – Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, announced its expansion in Westchester County with the opening of its fourth business center in White Plains. Area professionals and businesses now have increased access to affordable and convenient workspaces.

Regus’ 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. Flexible working is gaining momentum as it has shown to improve work-life balance and employee productivity while reducing overhead expenses.

“Our growth in White Plains is another example of how flexible working is gaining traction with businesses of all sizes,” said Donna Scott. “We can help companies – from those who are in their early stages all the way up to Fortune 500s who want a presence in Westchester - take root and prosper in White Plains.”

Located at 777 Westchester Avenue, Regus’ second location in White Plains is welcomed by local professionals who are looking for a presence in a prime business location within steps of where they live.

In lieu of long-term traditional property agreements, area businesses can utilize Regus’ space by the hour, month or year. Its fully equipped centers provide a flexible work environment designed to accommodate any business’ needs. The centers are staffed with a dedicated support team and flexible terms are available on all business resources.

“The rise of mobile working is drastically changing when and how work gets done,” added Scott. “Regus is committed to keeping mobile workers productive whenever and wherever they need to get work. “We growing in suburban markets, like White Plains, throughout the country, as professionals look to shorten their commute times.”

In addition to its two White Plains locations, Regus operates business centers in Rye and Tarrytown.