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Regus Group Offers 'Optimized' Office Spaces for AESC Members

November 25, 2009

The Regus Group, a provider of workplace solutions and the Association of Executive Search Consultants, or AESC, reportedly announced the launch of an alliance. The partnership offer AESC members benefits like access to the Regus global network of business centers and discounts on meeting rooms and video conferencing facilities.

The terms of the new alliance states that all members will receive six months of complimentary membership in Regus’ Businessworld Gold program. AESC is a worldwide professional association for the retained executive search industry. According to the gold program, users will have access to over 1,000 Internet-equipped Regus business lounges in 450 cities worldwide.
Also members will get two complimentary months on any Regus Virtual Office package which will include a prestigious business address, personalized telephone answering services and a local phone number besides one-month free service on any full-time, fully furnished office, said Regus sources.
“Our Businessworld Membership program is perfect for AESC member firms, because not only do they receive access to high-profile, professional workplace environments all over the world, but they also receive preferred rates on our meeting rooms and videoconferencing facilities,” said Michael Haas, senior director of partnerships for Regus.
Hass added that AESC member firms know that with Regus they will receive a consistent five-star environment in which they can hold meetings and conduct interviews, irrespective of where they are doing business.
Glenda Brown, director of strategic partnerships for the AESC said, “The AESC is excited to be able to offer these great benefits to members and pleased to partner with Regus. We are confident that this new alliance will be of great value to our valued AESC members globally.”
The nature of executive search consulting requires facilities like remote business offices and video conferencing for interviewing senior executive candidates. Regus members will benefit from the offerings of the new alliance as they frequently require such facilities, noted Brown.
Regus provides business-ready workplace products including fully furnished, fully staffed private offices, meeting rooms, business lounges along with a large network of video communication studios and business support services. For clients who do not require a full-time office Regus offer virtual offices which allows these businesses to gain a prestigious position in the new market with a high-profile business address and local telephone answering and mail handling services.
Client will be able to realize savings of up to 60 percent when compared to leasing a traditional office space, said Regus sources. It caters to the needs of clients like Google, GlaxoSmithKline, and Nokia and many other small and medium businesses.

Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Erin Harrison

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