We're delighted to be opening our first business lounge in Melbourne. We recently opened business lounges in Brisbane and Adelaide, and plan to open another one in Sydney this year.
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) October 1, 2009
Business travellers sick of working and meeting in uncomfortable airport lounges, busy hotel lobbies and cramped cafes have a new option when they are on the go, with the official opening of Regus' newest business lounge in the heart of the Melbourne CBD.
A drop in centre for business executives, the new Collins Street business lounge, one of over 1,000 worldwide, includes a relaxation area with leather chairs, newspapers and WiFi access, and free tea and coffee available to all Regus guests.
Executives looking to knuckle down and get their work done while away from the office can also use the Thinkpods, self-contained work areas with slide-out desks and noise-cancelling headphones.
Ian Wheeler, Country Vice President, Regus Australia and New Zealand, said that Regus had recently expanded the number of business lounges in Australia.
"We're delighted to be opening our first business lounge in Melbourne. We recently opened business lounges in Brisbane and Adelaide, and plan to open another one in Sydney this year."
"Regus is focused on providing flexible work solutions and our business lounges across the globe are just one of the ways we can help business travellers work efficiently away from home."
For more information visit Regus Australia.
About Regus Australia and Businessworld:
The Regus Group is a leading providing of workplace solutions in Australia and New Zealand and has over 1,000 business lounges worldwide. The launch of the Melbourne business lounge at 303 Collins Street follows the recent opening of business lounges and serviced offices in Adelaide and Brisbane, with plans to open one in Sydney later this year.
Regus Business Lounges are available free of charge to all Regus Businessworld members and Regus clients.
Regus has 20 business centres in major metropolitan cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane and Auckland. Australian and New Zealand clients benefit from access to services ranging from virtual offices, to fully equipped offices, professional meeting rooms, video conferencing studios and business lounges.
The Regus Businessworld membership program gives business executives access to professional day offices, business lounges and cafés in any of our 1000 business centres in 450 cities across 75 countries worldwide.
For more information visit http://www.regus.com.au.
About The Regus Group:
The Regus Group is the world's leading provider of pioneering workplace solutions, with products and services ranging from fully equipped offices to professional meeting rooms, business lounges and the largest network of videoconferencing studios. The Regus Group delivers a new way to work, whether it's from home, on the road or from an office. Clients such as Google, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, Nokia and Accenture join thousands of growing small and medium businesses that benefit from outsourcing their office and workplace needs to The Regus Group, allowing them to focus on their core business.
Over 400,000 clients a day benefit from Regus Group facilities spread across a global footprint of 1000 locations in 450 cities and 75 countries, which allows individuals and companies to work wherever, however and whenever they want to. For more information, visit http://www.regus.co.uk.