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Global workspace provider Regus has opened up new growth opportunities for business in Serbia

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Global workspace provider Regus has opened up new growth opportunities for business in Serbia by opening its first centre there. The new business centre, in Belgrade, increases the support and location choice available to companies looking to do business in Eastern Europe. It brings the total of countries in Regus’ network to 86. Mark Dixon, Global CEO, Regus plc comments: “A number of factors – from higher-than-expected GDP growth, to the application for EU membership, to the government’s commitment to attracting foreign investment – are giving rise to good levels of business optimism in Serbia. Companies are keen to set up or expand their presence there, leading to increasing demand for our flexible workspace solutions in Serbia.” The launch of the new Regus centre in Belgrade is in direct response to that increasing demand. It will offer valuable support to local and international companies in Serbia – whether they are already doing business in the region or wish to explore the possibilities there.

Source Balkans.com

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