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World’s leading supplier of office furniture in Serbia – British Regus opens branch office in Belgrade on February 28

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The company Regus, the world’s leading office furniture supplier, is going to open its center in Belgrade on February 28, making Serbia the 86th country in Regus’ network.

The first Regus center in Serbia will be situated in GTC business center in New Belgrade and will comprise 30 offices ready for work, fully equipped conference rooms and a studio for video conferences. Users will also have the administrative support of the staff at their disposal.

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Regus has decided to enter Serbia due to several factors that make it attractive for the companies in search for new business opportunities.

In these factors, Regus Director for Global Operations Mark Dixon has included the growth of Serbia’s GNP, nearing to the EU, diversified economy, as well as the determination of the Serbian Government to attract foreign investments.

Paulo Dias, Regus Director for Europe, Near East and Africa, said in an interview for Beta that the aim of the opening of a business center in Belgrade was to offer support to local and international companies in Serbia, regardless of whether they were already operating in the region or they just wanted to check business opportunities.

– Regus brings flexible working conditions to the market of Serbia and the opportunity for companies to choose where, when and how they want to work – Dias pointed out.

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He reminded that the costs of working space equaled between 5 and 10% of the value of a company’s turnover and added that Regus was helping companies reduce the second biggest expenditure in their businesses, that is, the costs of rental and furnishing of office space and staff, by up to 60%.

– Regus, which is already present in the region – in Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Romania and Turkey, wants to strengthen its positions in the countries where it is present and examine the possibilities of expansion to Serbia’s neighboring countries – said Dias.

Pointing out that the demand for Regus’ services was growing, he said that their clients were also large multinational companies and entrepreneurs who were just starting their businesses.

Users are companies from various sectors – from pharmaceutical and IT companies to retail traders and government agencies. Among them are Google, GlaxoSmithKline and Nokia.

– What is common for all of them is that they are attracted by the fact that Regus enables them to manage business risks more effectively, maximize financial resources and increase flexibility in order to adapt to the changes in the market – Dias stressed.

Regus, of which headquarters is in Luxembourg, has over 1,100 business centers in 500 cities around the world.


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