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How the Hybrid Model Can Boost the Bottom Line

With a global network of around 4,000 locations spanning 1,100 towns and cities across more than 120 countries, Regus helps over eight million people work more productively and conveniently, regardless of where they are based

This is a company that’s thrilled to be expanding its footprint In Serbia, thanks to brand new Regus locations in Belgrade and Novi Sad that are set to open in the coming months and thus bring the total number of Regus locations in the country to nine.

ADDRESSING A GROWING NEED

The need for high-quality, flexible workspaces is continuing to grow worldwide, with the hybrid work model becoming the new normal. Hybrid working has been in demand for many years, though its popularity skyrocketed with the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic and it’s now the preferred way of working for the vast majority of businesses worldwide.

IWG, as the parent holding company of Regus, is the world’s leading provider of hybrid working solutions, offering a choice of professional, inspiring and collaborative workspaces and services. Operated by brands that include Regus, Spaces and HQ, its flexible workplaces provide high-quality office spac

The hybrid model helps create a happier and more productive workforce by enabling workers to split their working hours between a central HQ, a local workspace and home

e, meeting rooms and coworking areas, with additional products and services that include virtual offices, membership and workplace recovery plans. Customers are also provided with world-class IT and admin support, including telephony set-up, printing services, on-site support staff and catering.

A HAPPY WORKFORCE IS A PRODUCTIVE WORKFORCE

The Regus workspace model is proven to increase productivity while providing a considerable reduction in business costs. Regus works with companies of all sizes – from startups to large multinationals – and its customers include 83% of Fortune 500 firms. The hybrid model helps to create a happier and more productive workforce by enabling staff to split their working hours between a central HQ, a local workspace and home, eliminating long daily commutes.

Hybrid also lowers overheads significantly by enabling businesses to cut down on expensive longterm leases for traditional office space. Independent research conducted by Global Workplace Analytics shows that, by working in accordance with the hybrid model, businesses can save approximately 1.2 million dinars per person per year.

EXPANDING PRESENCE

The first Regus location in Belgrade opened in 2011, while today the company has six locations in Belgrade and one in Novi Sad, with this total set to expand to seven in Belgrade and two in Novi Sad during Q1 2024. This ambition company aims to provide a network of high-quality workspaces in every country, city, town and transport hub around the world, in order to meet the rapidly rising demand for hybrid working. These state-of-the-art workspaces will meet the strong demand of hybrid workers, offering them professional environments in which they can meet and collaborate with colleagues, as well as like-minded individuals.

Vastly experienced, Regus has been engaged in this sector for more than 30 years, with the needs of clients and trends having changed massively over that time. With the trend towards hybrid working having become universal and demand for flexible solutions set to continue accelerating – with 30% of all commercial real estate expected to be flexible by 2030 – Regus’ business is growing at a rapid pace and the company anticipates this momentum continuing into 2024 and beyond.

Visit: www.regus.com

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