For over two decades, Regus has built its reputation as the world’s leading provider of serviced workspaces—with business centers, executive suites, conference rooms, lounges, and virtual offices spanning 3000 locations, 900 cities, and 120 countries. With a trusted network of centers across the globe, Regus is the preferred choice for clients such as Apple, Toshiba, and Google in the Philippines. This month, Regus opens their 24th workspace in the Philippines, a testament to their solid and unwavering presence.
On May 30, 2016, the Regus Office at McKinley Town Centre finally opens its doors. The newly launched office is ideal for long-term tenants as well as temporary space rentals—featuring 34 offices, 179 work stations, 2 meeting rooms, a business lounge, and café. To learn the story behind the company’s regional progress and their ongoing global expansion, Flyspaces had the unique opportunity to speak with Lars Wittig, Country Manager for Regus Philippines.
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—With a skyline characterized by soaring glass and steel high-rises, sleek buildings with pointed spires, historic architecture alongside modern structures—and another 60 new office buildings expected by 2018—the metropolis, fondly known as KL, is a prime destination for innovative corporations and global business. In their continued regional expansion, FlySpaces debuts its Malaysian chapter in the capital city. Now, start-ups, entrepreneurs, companies, and relocating businesses have a convenient portal into Kuala Lumpur.Read more
Nowadays, with the rise of sharing economies, business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups face a wealth of options for leasing workspaces. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a suitable workspace for you and your team, including company size, resources, and operation costs. So before signing off on that long-term office lease, it’s best to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of opting for short-term, shared, or temporary workspaces.
vOffice, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaRead more
The idea of what constitutes workspace has changed over the years. From traditional office cubicles, there are now coworking and shared office spaces where you can rent a desk or private room to operate your business. There are also meeting and conference rooms, retail spaces, and venues for events that you can rent short-term, promoting flexibility and mobility for your company. As the concept of workspace continues to evolve, we look for new and unique spaces to offer our clients with better and more efficient working environments. And so, FlySpaces is introducing a new workspace category that will elevate your experience to scrumptious heights: corporate dining.Read more
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Located on the boundary line of three major cities in the Philippines, Ortigas is one of the most important business districts and financial centers in the country. The 100-hectare urban development area is home to many office buildings, shopping malls, condominiums, bars, restaurants, and entertainment centers.
Some of the biggest companies in the country can be found here. It can be overwhelming at first, but once you’ve explored the ins and outs of the area, you’ll be surprised that it’s got a lot to offer aside from great career opportunities.Read more
Planning to forge a career in Singapore? What the country may lack in size, it makes up for with countless opportunities for you to seek your dream job and to be able to find a balance between your career and your personal life in the city-state. Singapore is one of the most progressive economies not only in Asia, but around the world. The ease of doing business here has provided startups with greater chances to launch their companies and find success in the region. The labor force in Singapore has been touted as one of the best anywhere in the world, with their specialized skills and strong work ethic.
Marina Bay at Night
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Now more than ever, technology has become accessible to almost everyone in the world. It is embedded in every aspect of our lives, thanks to the growing tech industry and their quest for innovation. Tech startups are being launched left and right, offering unique and creative solutions for day-to-day problems our world faces. But until they hit the big time, most of these companies are fledgling startups with modest capital. To be able to operate effectively, they rely on flexible workspace solutions to build up their company.
Marco Polo, Regus Business Center in OrtigasRead more
Dubbed as the financial capital of the Philippines, Makati is the premier destination for professionals looking to forge their career paths and companies that want to establish their businesses. This highly urbanized city is home to over 60,000 business enterprises ranging from financial institutions, retail and food establishments, real estate, manufacturing, I.T., BPO offices, and startups, among others.
But being in Makati is not all work and hustle. It’s also a hub for a plethora of things you can do once you’ve clocked out of the office. You don’t need to go far to feed your passion and interests, find a place to hang out and drink with your friends and colleagues after work, or lift some weights to de-stress after a busy day.
Makati has everything you need to create and maintain a work-life balance. Need a little more convincing? Here are six good reasons why this city is an excellent place to build your career.Read more
The landscape of the traditional workplace is currently changing and the usual cubicle-clad offices we’ve become accustomed to are being reimagined as a collaborative environment where professionals and small businesses co-exist, collaborate and build a new type of community. Welcome to coworking, the future of office spaces.
Cowerkz King George’s Avenue, SingaporeRead more
Co-working has become increasingly popular in other parts of the world. Now it is gaining momentum in Asia through FlySpaces, an online marketplace offering short term rentals for work and event spaces in the Philippines and Singapore. Co-working is a solution for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) who don’t want to sign long term leases for office spaces at sky high prices. With FlySpaces, you now have access to spaces that work for your business.
Empower your business with these short term workspace options offered by FlySpaces:
Co-working spaces are shared offices that offer a creative and diverse work environment for people who are looking for an alternative to the traditional corporate setup. In an open space rather than a closed workstation, you have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with people from different industries and backgrounds in a place that promotes a fast-paced, productive and casual atmosphere.
Bitspace, Makati City, Philippines
P400/day, inclusive of Wi-Fi, a socket for every seat, complimentary water and coffee, access to their library, meeting rooms, and training rooms. Other amenities include a projector and projector screen, printing and photocopying services, and fax and phone calls.