As part of keeping business envolving, with the need for flexible offices gaining a momentum, the global workspace provider – Regus, has launched the fourth Dar es Salaam Business Centre to tap into the growing demand for flexible office spaces.
“We are officially opening the fourth business center next month, giving start-ups, NGOs, and Multinational Corporations additional flexible office space. The new Business Centre will afford tenants all the services needed to operate an office through a variety of bouquets that cater to their budgets,” said Joanne Bushell, Country Manager for Regus.
According to Bushell, the firm is expanding to cater for increased demand for flexible office solutions that spare businesses from high set up costs including signing up long-term leases, buying furniture and paying for utilities.
“Additionally, the flexible office space solutions offer employees convenient working solutions that are vital for productivity,” added Bushel.
The newly launched Msasani Peninsula based business center is the fourth office space in Dar es Salaam with future plans to open other centers.
Regus operates over 3,000 business centers, spanning across almost 900 cities across 120 countries, with customers including some of the most successful entrepreneurs, individuals, and multi-billion dollar corporations.