The site is based in the Spinningfields area of Manchester and provides an affordable and flexible opportunity for SMEs.
Chief Executive of Regus, Mark Dixon said “Companies in Manchester and around the world are looking to Regus to help cut costs in order to survive this economic rollercoaster. By introducing flexible workplace strategies Regus enables clients to reduce overall facilities expenses, typically a company’s second largest fixed line item, by up to 60 percent”.
The state-of-the-art centre is complete with advanced videoconferencing facilities and reports suggest that videoconferencing meetings can significantly cut business travel costs.
Manchester is fast becoming the UK’s leading commercial area apart from London and boasts a diverse economic mix of industries. Business travel is hassle free due to the site’s nearby location to Manchester International Airport.
Mark Dixon commented “Clients who open an office in Manchester will leverage our turnkey space to move forward securely, cost-effectively and at a rapid clip”.
It therefore seems that many businesses are preferring to fight their way out of the recession, rather than choosing to sit back and wait for the crunch to pass.