Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible working solutions, is rapidly expanding its network in Malaysia with the launch of its new business centre in The Vertical Corporate Towers, Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur. The opening of this new centre signifies Regus’ continued endeavour to meet the ever-growing demand for flexible working solutions in Malaysia.
The new Regus centre occupies the 32nd floor of The Vertical Corporate Towers. Spanning a large space totalling 16,000 square feet, the new Regus centre has 347 modern work stations with workspace options that include private offices, co-sharing workspaces, a variety of meeting rooms, and full connectivity, thanks to state-of-the-art technology services.
The new centre provides flexible workspaces that allow businesses to work more flexibly and from wherever they like. The new centre already has a 60% occupancy rate with take-ups from numerous large and small businesses.
“The way people work globally is changing with the rise of readily available technology and Malaysia is no exception. Businesses are recognizing that offering flexible working solutions to their employees yields significant benefits. Regus pioneered flexible workplaces thirty years ago and now we are leading the workplace revolution, helping businesses reap the benefits of flexibility for themselves and their employees,” said Vijayakumar Tangarasan, Country Head for Regus Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei.
With Regus, these businesses are given the flexibility to quickly upscale or downscale their entry into new markets through flexible office solutions that provide first-class business facilities.
Vijayakumar further commented, “With the opening of our new centre in The Vertical Corporate Towers, Bangsar South, we are here to offer support for local and multinational businesses to focus on increasing their efficiency and productivity, helping them thrive and grow through our flexible working solutions. Businesses also have the opportunity to explore international expansion with our wide network around the globe.”
Regus began operations in Malaysia in 1999 and currently boasts 33 centres in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Johor, Kota Kinabalu, Labuan and Penang. This new centre marks Regus’ further investment in Bangsar South as a hub for local and international business.