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Our Senior UK Sales Consultant Mark Bott has topped the deals table for the second time with Avanta Business Centres this November, adding further [...]
As festive shoppers wander merrily down Regent Street, passed Piccadilly Circus, little do they know that set back just 250 metres from the twinkling lights, [...]
Regus, the world’s largest provider of serviced offices, has opened its first business centre in Cambodia to support international corporations in extending their reach to Southeast Asia.
Councillor Myles Cullen, deputy leader of the Chichester District Council and Cabinet Member for Economy, Property and Tourism, has officially opened a new environmentally-friendly business [...]
Leading property investment firm Hamill Investments have appointed Manchester-based Stone Construction NW for the refurbishment of their Clippers Quay serviced offices, HQ: Hamill at the [...]
Luxembourg-based serviced office industry leader Regus has opened its second Louisville business centre in the Forest Green Corporate Office Park. The new executive office [...]
Industry leading serviced office provider i2 Offices has announced the launch of a further business centre in London. i2 Offices revealed only last week [...]
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Major plans have been announced for the building of substantial new business centres at the western entrance of Jerusalem. As the plans stand, there will [...]
Running a sales operation requires a disruption-free environment; so having to abandon your office through flooding can be a potential disaster. With Team 4’s previous offices in Bournemouth suffering this exact fate, they needed a quick relocation; lost time was literally lost money!