SYDNEY AIRPORT SCORES NEW BUSINESS CENTRE

Written on the 29 April 2016 by Sydney Business News

SYDNEY AIRPORT SCORES NEW BUSINESS CENTRE REGUS has launched its first Asia Pacific business centre at Sydney International Airport.

The 802sqm Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre, located 20m opposite the International Arrivals Terminal One (T1), includes a fully equipped business lounge, private offices, meeting rooms, kitchen with complimentary tea and coffee, and shower amenities.

The Centre provides a drop-in workspace dedicated to keeping professionals productive when they're on the move as well as private offices that provide businesses with a state-of-the-art workspace at the airport.

Meeting rooms are bookable online and by the hour.

Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre also has train connectivity to T2 and T3.

CEO of Regus Australia and New Zealand, John Henderson, says the company was excited to select Sydney as the first city in the region for this kind of offering.

"We're excited to announce that Sydney has been chosen as the city to launch Regus' first APAC airport offering, demonstrating how Australian businesses and the workforce are being recognised internationally," says Henderson.

"The Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre is the product of the rapidly changing nature of work. The Centre offers business travellers everything they need: a quiet space to check emails, make that last call or concentrate on urgent work before or after they fly."

The Centre builds on Regus' unique workspaces across the globe, which includes motorway service stations in the UK and railway stations in France and the Netherlands.

Regus is the world's largest provider of flexible workspace solutions, with a network of 2,800 locations across 106 countries and 977 cities.



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