Regus grows its presence in Thailand
Regus has opened yet another branch in Thailand to keep up with the demand from the country’s flexible workforce.
B2B franchise Regus has just opened its 21st branch in Thailand, showing that the demand for workspaces clearly isn’t slowing down. The workspace provider, which is run by parent company IWG, is seeking more franchisees to help it keep up with the pace of expansion, which has been fuelled by a boom in flexible working hours across the world.
Noelle Coak, head of Regus for Thailand, Taiwan and Korea, said:
“This new opening is part of Regus’ commitment to continually expand into strategic locations across Thailand, and to meet the increasing demand for flexible workspace in the country. Hence, we continually strive to innovate and grow, and to provide the best flexible and convenient working experience that truly accommodates people looking for more inspiring options when working.”
She added that as the number of flexible roles that don’t require employees to have one constant workplace continues to grow, the franchise predicts that the demand for its workspaces will only increase too.
Phattarachai Taweewong, research manager at Colliers International, agreed with Coak, adding:
“The market for co-working space is driven by demand from new generations. They want a place to work that is easy to reach at an affordable cost.”
Co-working spaces within Thailand are predicted to grow by around 25 percent this year, as companies including Regus look to offer better spaces for flexible employees to work from. With more than 3,300 locations spanning the globe, Regus is one of the leading workspace provider franchises in the world. Backed by one of the leading names in the workspace business, IWG, you could become a franchisee and open a collaborative workspace in one of the 120 countries in which Regus has already established its presence.
Sophie Cole, Point Franchise ©