The Regus centre on Cardiff Gate Business Park opened its doors for business 20 years ago and has seen the profile of its customer base change dramatically over that time, as companies demand more flexible facilities to reflect modern ways of doing business.
Today hundreds of local start-ups, growing businesses and international corporations use the centre, which offers services including offices on a permanent, shared or part-time basis, meeting rooms, Virtual Office services and a business lounge.
Across its UK locations, Regus has witnessed the trend for companies to turn away from traditional leased offices as they strive to keep overheads down and work in more productive, modern and environmentally-conscious ways.
Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus, comments:
“We are proud that the Cardiff Gate centre has reached its twentieth birthday and I extend my thanks to the fantastic centre team, who I know are all incredibly dedicated.
“Attitudes to work and the office have changed so much over the past 20 years and we certainly see this reflected by our customers who are increasingly turning their backs on the old -fashioned model of long leases and fixed overheads, in favour of more agile ways of working.”
“Flexibility has become the cornerstone of successful business and as a company we have adapted our services to accommodate this.”
Regus has two other business centres in Cardiff, located in Brunel House and on Cardiff Bay. The company also has a business centre on Princess Way in Swansea.