Regus, the global flexible workplace provider, has opened its first business centre in Botswana, at Gaborone iTowers.
The centre links Botswana to a global business network covering 101 countries.
As well as supporting the growth ambitions of companies in Gaborone, it will also facilitate foreign investment in Botswana.
Occupants of the business are afforded the opportunity use Regus’s wider network as a platform to expand into new markets.
The business centre in Botswana enables companies to use high-quality professional workplaces on a flexible basis.
Rather than having to commit to long-term fixed leases, companies enjoy a more agile and affordable way of operating, which is more conducive to growth.
The centre boosts of 42 offices on spread on 2 floors.
Regus offers a variety of office space depending on the customer’s needs.
The facility offers meeting rooms that provide the very best flexible meeting space bookable by the day, half day or even the hour as well as business lounges that are convenient work-ready environments that provide peace, support and dedicated resources.
Think Pods are designed to be used for any length of time from one hour to a day, providing privacy in the shared space of our business lounges.
However, there are different tiers of cards that tenants have access to. The Gold, Platinum and Platinum Plus cards have different benefits.
The Platinum Plus card entitles users to private office, access to business lounge and free coffee and tea while the Platinum card includes access to campus office business lounge and coffee.
Speaking at the media tour, the country manager Nuno Condinho said that Regus is the solution to businesses as they offer a convenient one stop business centre which is affordable.
The convenience of the centre cannot be overlooked as it even provides printing workstations and internet.