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Novi Sad, Say Hello To The Benefits Of Hybrid Working

The leading flexible workspace experts of Regus are bringing hybrid working to Novi Sad. Opening soon, this new location adds a new city to the Serbian network, which already includes a range of workspace locations across Belgrade. Regus has spent more than 30 years helping businesses find workspace solutions that are economical and help businesses grow, provide individual workers with more freedom and choice, and also help businesses make greener choices for a more sustainable future

The workspace landscape has been shifted by the events of the past few years. Whilst flexible working is by no means a new concept, masses of people suddenly switching to working from home demonstrated to both businesses and individual workers the possibilities of adopting different working patterns and the benefits they can bring. Now that the workforce has tried hybrid working, the consensus is that they embrace it wholeheartedly, with an incredible 84% of workers stating that they would like to adopt a hybrid lifestyle.

As a workspace expert, Regus is ready to meet this booming demand for more choice in how and where people are able to work, having spent decades working with businesses across over 120 countries and developed an understanding for the required balance between keeping a business thriving and profitable while enhancing the productivity and happiness of its employees.

This isn’t a localised trend either. Through its work on many markets around the world, Regus supports the workspace needs of over eight million people. It’s unparalleled workspace network – as part of the International Workspace Group (IWG), which includes leading workspace brands Regus, Spaces, HQ and Signature – is growing at a rate of one new location per day.

The latest addition to this extensive network is Novi Sad, the latest metropolis to embrace the power and benefits of flexible working. As IWG Founder and CEO Mark Dixon explains, “‘hybrid-working’ is now the preferred solution for millions, as they divide their working hours between their company headquarters, a local flexible workspace, and their home – boosting corporate productivity while also creating a more sustainable way of working for both people and the planet”.

Through its unique portfolio, IWG is able to offer an unparalleled choice of brands and solutions to suit any requirement or need in any location. This new Regus location will deliver a professional workspace that comes either as ready-to-go or with the option to be fully customised, with a range of designs, fittings, accessories and ergonomic furniture, all available under flexible terms.

EMPLOYEES THRIVE IN A BEAUTIFULLYDESIGNED OFFICE SPACE

Getting the working environment right is key to unlocking your team’s happiness and productivity. Regus designs it spaces with this in mind, carefully selecting colour schemes that improve mood and enhancing natural light to create a healthier space wherever possible, as well as balancing both utility and aesthetics in furniture choices. The result is a balanced functional space that is pleasant to inhabit and somewhere that improves both your mood and your productivity levels.

All of this at one simple cost. And you don’t only benefit from a beautiful space, as everything’s included in the price: from cleaning, maintenance and utilities, to shared conveniences like kitchens, everything is taken care of, leaving you free to focus on growing your business.

The global workspace network brought to you by IWG, the world’s leading workspace provider, delivering a great day at work to more than eight million people

Regus also offers more than just longerterm workspace leasing. If you only need a desk for the day, you can choose from coworking, lounge access or even a day office. You can also reserve professional, fully equipped meeting rooms from as little as one hour. For businesses that are seeking a professional presence but aren’t quite ready for a full-time office, a Virtual Office is a great option to get a professional address set-up and receive support in handing your mail and any calls, and this option even comes with access to workspace when you do need it.

Moreover, by being plugged into a global network of this size, as a Regus member you’ll never find yourself without a workspace. Wherever you happen to be in the world, you have 3,500 locations at your disposal. All you have to do is find your nearest location and drop in. The benefits of being able to truly work from anywhere unlock unparalleled levels of freedom and productivity.

FLEXIBILITY IS CRUCIAL TO A GROWING BUSINESS

Everything Regus does is on flexible terms, and this means that you can decide how long you want the space, and even once you’ve signed up for an office in one location, you’re free to relocate your set-up and move to any location in the global network at any time. The solutions are designed to work and grow around your unique business, so it’s easy for you to expand as you grow and thrive, either in your current location or as a way of tapping into new markets.

This flexibility also extends itself to your people. At Regus they are big believers in working locally and helping everyone reduce their commute, for a greener and healthier way to do business. With such an extensive network to choose from, when you consult Regus about your workspace needs it can either be in one fixed location or a solution that covers multiple locations, depending on where your team is based or needs to be. Hybrid working is ultimately about paying for the workspace you actually need and are going to use, which is why 82% of CFOs insist that hybrid working is a more affordable way for businesses to operate.

BETTER FOR THE BOTTOM LINE

If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that the ability to be flexible around any situation is a huge economic benefit for businesses; and for those who’d already adapted to a hybrid model of working, suddenly managing a disparate workforce came as much less of a culture shock, with minimal impact on their day-to-day operations.

What makes a workspace solution from Regus so attractive is knowing that everything is taken care of with one simple monthly cost – once you’ve gone through the process of mapping your unique needs, that’s it; you know that everything you need is covered. Regus is with your business every step of the way, ready to adapt your solution as your business grows.

IWG’s brands work with, and are trusted partners of, 83% of Fortune 500 companies, including big names like Microsoft, Airbnb, Disney, Spotify etc. And it’s not just large businesses that need a workspace partner like Regus – anyone who needs a place to do their work can benefit from the hybrid model, which is why Regus is the provider of choice for millions of workers worldwide.

A HEALTHIER, HAPPIER FUTURE FOR ALL

With every new location added to the network, a new community stands to benefit from the hybrid model. As business becomes less citycentric, individuals everywhere commute less, find more time in their day and focus on what matters to them. Businesses benefit from a boost in productivity, are able to broaden their talent searches when they are less location centric, and generally find that they have happier and healthier employees who embrace a better work-life balance. Regus offers more than a workspace to businesses, it is a vibrant business community that’s embracing a better way of life for both businesses and individuals to not just survive, but to thrive in an ever-changing world.

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