Expansion into the state’s capitol comes as demand for shared workspaces increases
OLYMPIA – Regus, the world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces, added to its Washington network and today opened its first center in Olympia located at 400 Union Avenue SE.
Regus’ expansion in the Pacific Northwest is in response to the growing interest in flexible space.
“Instead of working in isolation at home, people come to Regus so they can be surrounded by like-minded professionals and take advantage of business amenities drive efficiency, productivity and collaboration,” said Bonnie Fisher, Regus’ Regional Vice President. “We are very excited to be a part of the dynamic business community in Olympia and look forward to supporting businesses of all sizes in the area.”
Olympia enjoys a diverse economy and a well-educated workforce that is employed in several key industries, including government, professional services, technology and health care. Olympia also has an expanding port facility that is allowing the city to have a growing role in international trade development. As a result of the diverse business community, interest and demand for flexible space in on the rise. Companies are leveraging Regus in order to have an immediate and affordable presence in the marketplace.
Olympia’s favorable cost of living and quality of life has resulted in a steady influx of new residents and new businesses to the region. Its strategic location along I-5 is as advantage for the market as it provides convenient travel options to points along the entire west coast.
Regus’ center is located just one block from the state capitol campus and close to key educational institutions. Access to the Centennial Station is available via regular bus service from the area and the center is surrounded by restaurants and multiple retailers.
Regus offers workspaces for businesses of any size – both large and small. Fully furnished offices, meeting rooms, business lounges and community spaces are available for any amount of time.
Companies turn to Regus for affordability, ease of use and as an immediate entry point to business capitals around the world. A receptionist, administrative team and tech support are standard services in each center. Regus’ Businessworld memberships provide access to the company’s 2,000 signature drop-in business lounges, offering complimentary WiFi along with coffee and tea.