Monday, 20 November 2017
Regus opens 7th business centre in Sri Lanka

Regus opens 7th business centre in Sri Lanka

Regus, the global workspace provider recently launched their newest and seventh business centre in Sri Lanka.

This expansion was brought onto Level 2 of S.P. Building, No. 192/10, 9th Lane, Nawala Road, Nawala, Kotte. This will be the second addition of a Regus business centre in the vicinity of Kotte, which is swiftly gaining momentum as a fast-developing commercial hub.

Regus Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer John Wright and Regus Sri Lanka Country Head Dr. Nirmal De Silva graced the ceremonious opening of the new centre. This recent development spells out the rapid demand in the flexible approach towards a more efficient workplace culture amongst individuals. Regus being the market leader in this industry has once again exemplified its intentions to cater to these requirements in the Sri Lankan market.

The newest business centre has been designed to provide users with a sophisticated boardroom along with community meeting room facilities. In addition to private offices, dedicated co-working spaces have also been incorporated specially targeted towards start-ups and entrepreneurs so that such individuals can carry out their work in a convenient way at a very cost effective price.

Companies, irrespective of its size or industry, can now experience an array of services such as accessibility to 28 external private offices that come with a view as well as 11 internal private offices. Another special feature of this centre is that one full floor has been dedicated towards providing training, auditorium and conference facilities that can accommodate 150 pax combined with a range of state-of-the-art facilities. The rooftop terrace area of the centre can cater to around 200pax and is appropriate for hosting corporate functions such as cocktails and launch events.

Speaking about the expansion plans Regus Asia Region, Chief Executive Officer, John Wright said, “As a global company, Regus is unquestionably focused on not only providing individuals with the prospect of attaining their own workspace at the most flexible terms but also support start-ups, entrepreneurs and even multi-national companies to set their footing in the business world. Sri Lanka plays a vital role in our regional and global footprint and we are indeed pleased to see the further expansion of our network in Sri Lanka.

Commenting on Regus Sri Lanka’s new business centre opening, Regus Sri Lanka Country Head Dr. Nirmal De Silva said, “We are positive about the workspace environment shift which is taking place in Sri Lanka. As a premier workspace solutions provider, we are pleased to open our newest business centre here in Kotte. We have noticed immense demand amongst working individuals who have embraced the productive attributes of flexible working which has no doubt proven to be both convenient and productive. The Regus business philosophy revolves around the concept of helping our customers become more successful in what they do. Hence, we truly believe that with an enhanced network in Sri Lanka we could help our customers further”.

With ample parking facilities, car owners need not worry about finding a suitable place to park their vehicle and engage in their work stress-free. The location also gives members the benefit of the area which is scattered with a number of excellent restaurants and cafés in close proximity to the premises.

Regus Sri Lanka already has established strategic business centres in World Trade Centre (WTC) in Fort, GPD Building on Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 07, McLaren's Building on Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo 04, Lotus Building on Nawala Road, Nawala and Bernard's Business Park on Dutugemunu Street, Dehiwela and Parkland Building Colombo 02.

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