In view of Gibraltar’s continuing economic success and to capitalise on future growth, Regus, the global workspaces leader, has partnered with World Trade Center to bring the benefits of flexible working space.
Gibraltar has invested in the infrastructure needed to build the growth it has experienced and the latest manifestation of that is the new World Trade Center Gibraltar, a state-of-the-art office building close to the international airport, which opened for business in January this year.
Mark Dixon, Chief Executive of Regus, said: “We have wanted to open a facility in Gibraltar for some time and we are delighted that the World Trade Center now gives us the opportunity to add Gibraltar to our expanding network. This
will enable us to offer businesses and travellers the opportunities and benefits that flexible working offers. Modern, dynamic businesses need flexibility, agility and the ability to work where they want and when they want.”
Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with a network of 3,000 locations in over 1,000 towns and cities, across more than 100 countries, serving 2.3m members.
Through our range of office formats, as well as our growing mobile, virtual office, and workplace recovery businesses, we enable people and businesses to work where, when, and how they want, with a range of price points.
Our customers include some of the most successful entrepreneurs, start-ups and multi-billion dollar corporations.