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New Regus centre inaugurated in St Julian’s

Regus has increased its space to accommodate 161 more persons with its new St Julian’s site within the Dragonara Business Centre

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Jeanelle Mifsud
16 February 2017, 1:50pm
Workspace provider Regus has inaugurated its second centre in St Julian’s
Workspace provider Regus has inaugurated its second centre in St Julian’s
New Regus centre inaugurated in St Julian’s
Workspace provider Regus has inaugurated its second centre in St Julian’s, offering space for 161 persons.

The new site, which takes up one-and-a-half storeys in the Dragonara Business Centre,  includes 30 co-working desks, as well as meeting room facilities, virtual offices and 270 square meters of common area.

“Due to the ever-growing demand by the international market for serviced office space, today we are opening our second centre here in St Julian’s,” Malta area manager Andrew Grech said.

According to Regus, the offices are “filling up fast” since the soft opening at the beginning of December last year, hosting a variety of companies from the aviation, medicine, IT, gaming and financial sectors.

“What we are seeing here – in such a short time – shows that location is crucial for foreign companies as they want the external environment, and not just office space per se,” Grech said, noting that about 99% of Regus clients in Malta are foreign.

With the new centre, Regus will increase its office space to 2,245 square metres, providing a total of 275 workstations and 86 offices. 

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