BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
Regus, a virtual office and working space provider in Bandar Seri Begawan, is inviting local startups to rent office spaces at their facility.
With its flexible pricing, the multinational firm is renting out ready-to-use workstations and offices for small businesses in Brunei looking for affordable office space.
To attract more tenants, the company is holding an open day at its premise at the PGGMB building in the capital this week.
Regus offers various incentives for its tenants, said Regus’ Area Manager for Sabah and Labuan Michelle de la harpe-Germani, such as its flexible policy that allows them to quickly upgrade or downscale their spaces, as well as free unlimited internet access.
The company also offers its own dedicated server for tenants’ virtual needs such as office e-mail address, she added.
de la harpe-Germani was speaking in front of 20 local startup entrepreneurs under Darussalam Enterprise (DARe) who came to the company’s Open Day yesterday.
In addition, she said, Regus provides tenants access to printers, with usage charged accordingly.
Tenants are also able to outsource their administration to Regus staff so their talents can focus on their core duties.
Businesses that are renting office space at Regus are automatically registered as a member of its worldwide network, which gives them access to its business lounges and centres across the globe.
“We are providing an immediate and professional option to SMEs in Brunei to start their business cost effectively in a prestigious location while providing a connected network across 3,000 locations worldwide,” said Regus’ Country Manager Vijayakumar Tangasaran.
Regus opened up its branch in Brunei in 2015. The company holds a portfolio of extending its services and centres across 900 cities in 120 countries, with 3,000 locations available for use by its registered members.