Regus Offers San Diego Businesses People a Better Way to Work
San Diego, Calif. (Dec 17, 2012) – Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, is expanding its San Diego presence and today announced the opening of its eighth full service business center located at 10620 Treena Street in Cush Plaza Scripps Ranch.
Located in a low-rise building in landscaped grounds, the business center is situated on sought-after San Diego business hotspot Cush Plaza Scripps Ranch. It is highly visible from the Interstate 15 corridor where 267,000 cars pass on average each day.
“Demand from local San Diego companies – ranging from internet marketing to brewing to defence technology – is strong,” said Sande Golgart, Regus’ Vice President. “We offer these businesses one of the top addresses San Diego, easily accessible to locals looking to work closer to home.”
San Diego has seen recent growth in key sectors include biotechnology,telecommunications, defense technology, tourism and a growing clean technology industry. It's also a growing convention center and has a dynamic container port, ranked one of the top in the US and a port of entry for many automotive companies. This makes Regus at Cush Plaza Scripps Ranch an ideally positioned temporary workspace for mobile workers doing business in the area.
Area businesses can utilize Regus’ wide range of services at any given time in lieu of long-term traditional property agreements. Each fully equipped business center provides a flexible, professional work environment designed to accommodate any business’ needs. The center is staffed with a dedicated support team and has offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and videoconferencing studios. Flexible terms are available on all business services and workspaces.
Regus’ expansion in the U.S. is being fueled by the rising demand of flexible working from businesses of all sizes. Companies are realizing the benefits, which include reduced overhead expenses, improved efficiencies and shorter commutes for employees.
“We are excited to help the professionals work smarter and better, and achieve greater work-life balance,” added Golgart.