Regus creates new hub for businesses seeking Middle East and North Africa expansion

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Joanne Bushell, VP for Middle East and Africa, Regus. Photo provided

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Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, has opened its fourth business centre in Saudi Arabia, in the key strategic port of Jeddah. It complements Regus’ popular existing centres in Riyadh and Dammam.

The launch of the first Regus centre in this important Red Sea port offers companies a prime location for exploring new markets and opportunities in the Middle East and Africa, and for establishing contacts and partnerships. Within two hours’ flying time of the major markets in North and East Africa, Jeddah is an excellent business-friendly base from which to generate new revenues.

Joanne Bushell, VP for Middle East and Africa, Regus, comments, “Research for Regus this year found that almost half (45%) of companies globally say a wider distribution of customers would make a major contribution to future stable growth. The option to establish a cost-effective presence in Regus’s new business centre in Jeddah opens up vast opportunities for businesses to generate new customers, partners and revenues in the Middle East and Africa.”

The new centre at Jeddah Bin Sulaiman is housed in a landmark, luxury building in Jeddah’s business district. It lets companies large and small enjoy an impressive presence in Jeddah, without the overheads and capital expenditure of a long-term lease.

Joanne Bushell continues: “It’s essential to build in flexibility when a company explores new markets – there needs to be scope for the business to take off more or less quickly. Regus’ flexible workspaces allow companies to expand without the inflexibility, overheads or upfront expenditure that can be so risky in uncertain times. It’s why we’re seeing high demand for our workspaces in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, and why we’ll continue to support businesses by expanding our network in line with their requirements and ambitions.”

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