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November
2012
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12:00 AM
America/New_York

Regus Makes it Easier to do Business in Wakefield

WAKEFIELD, Mass. -- (Nov 5, 2012) – With a growing emphasis on work-life balance, today’s workers are looking to trim their lengthy commutes to the office. As a result, demand for affordable, professional space in suburban cities across the country is on the rise. Wakefield is the latest market Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, has expanded into giving individuals the option of working closer to home.

The new North Shore facility is located at 301 Edgewater Place in Wakefield - just 12 miles from Boston. The fully equipped center is garnering the attention of small businesses in the area looking to upgrade from their home office to a more professional image.

“Our growth strategy is based on the new work trends we are seeing because of the growing number of mobile workers,” said Donna Scott, Regus’ Regional Vice President. “People are working from home, their primary office and everywhere in between. This Wakefield location offers individuals another point they can access to get work done.”

Regus’ model provides entrepreneurs, small- to medium-sized businesses and international companies a range of options, including fully equipped offices and virtual offices as well as meeting rooms and business lounges. Unlike traditional property agreements, Regus’ terms are flexible – clients can dictate the amount of space they occupy and for how long.

Regus has 20 locations in the greater Boston area supporting both domestic and international companies that are entering the market for the first time and are looking for cost-effective, professional space.