Regus Office Space ReviewFebruary 28th, 2008 | by admin
Regus are the biggest serviced office company in the world, but are they the best? And do they offer good value for money?
Here at needofficespace we have been searching the internet to find out what people have said about Regus Office Space. Anyone who has been inside a Regus office will know that they are of extremely high quality. They are smart, with good furnishings and all the latest gadgetry, as you would expect from the world’s largest serviced office company. Hardly suprising when you consider some of their blue-chip clients such as Google, Glaxosmitkline, Nokia, IBM, and Accenture (formerly Andersen consulting).
Clearly, with an impressive client list such as that, and with offices in 900 locations they must be doing something (a lot – Ed.) right. But do they charge too much for their office space? We have found some individuals, and it must be pointed out these are SME’s not corporates, who have suggested that Regus offices tend to charge extra for some services. Choregus would say that this is standard business practice for serviced office companies.
“One thing I would say is investigate the costs for everything – they are very good at surprising you with additional charges” This related to Regus charging to have the company name plate in the reception. Small fry to a multinational, but a tangible cost to an SME? But finished with the comment..
“In summary, it was worth the high price and I would use them again.”
So, to this SME it was ‘expensive, but worth it’.
Another Regus occupant commented…
“At the moment, they seem to offer the flexibility that I need and are within budget”
What do you think? Have you had an experience of a Regus office, good or bad. Or Avanta, MWB or anyone else for that matter.
If so, please leave your comments in the section below, we would love to know your views. Perhaps you are an office provider – we would also welcome your input.
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