Regus to open co-working hubs in Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah in 2019
Luxembourg-HQ'd workspace provider eyes greater market share as UAE demand for flexible work spaces grows
Luxembourg-headquartered workspace provider Regus will open three business centres in Dubai and Ras Al Khaimah in 2019 to tap demand for “flexible work spaces” in the UAE.
Regus — which has been operating in the UAE since 2001 and has 20 offices across the country —announced the decision on the sidelines of the Cityscape Global 2019 exhibition at Dubai World Trade Centre.
The firm explained that each private office could be upgraded to add more desks or relocated at no extra cost, and offices could also be rented to cover the duration of a project.
All serviced offices will be supplied with furniture, high-speed internet, and a staffed reception, as well as meeting rooms.
Regional vice president of Regus, Katerina Manous, said: “Following the increasing demand for flexible office spaces in the Emirates, we are planning to open new centres that will meet the needs of our growing customer base.
“This demonstrates the investment by Regus in the rapidly changing workplace environments in the UAE, and mirrors current global trends of working remotely and from multiple locations by developing co-sharing and collaborative spaces that encourage networking.”