Global workplace provider, Regus, has launched its debut Asia-Pacific airport offering with a Regus Express now open in Sydney’s International Airport.
The Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre, located opposite the International Arrivals Terminal One (T1), boasts 802m2 of prime lease space and features a contemporary and fully equipped business lounge, private offices, meetings rooms, and kitchen.
The Centre provides an efficient drop-in workspace dedicated to keeping professionals productive when they’re on the move as well as private offices that provide businesses with a state-of-the-art workspace at the airport.
Located within a 20 metre walk to T1 and with train connectivity to T2 and T3, the Centre has been designed for those needing a professional environment for pre or post flight meetings or as drop in location to recharge and catch-up on business using the business lounge facilities.
Features of the centre include:
Meeting rooms bookable online and by the hour
- Meeting rooms bookable online and by the hour
- Free Wi-Fi
- Complimentary tea and coffee
- Shower amenities
- Private workspace offering a professional distraction-free environment
- Business class facilities for printing, scanning and copying
Commenting on the first Regus Express airport offering in the Asia-Pacific, CEO of Regus Australia and New Zealand, John Henderson, said that it’s an exciting step forward in the move towards a more flexible and connected global workforce.
“We’re excited to announce that Sydney has been chosen as the city to launch Regus’ first APAC airport offering, demonstrating how Australian businesses and the workforce are being recognised internationally.
“The Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre is the product of the rapidly changing nature of work. We know that more and more people need to work on the move and stay connected, and this is another way of helping our customers maximise their productivity. The Centre offers business travellers everything they need: a quiet space to check emails, make that last call or concentrate on urgent work before or after they fly,” said Mr Henderson.
According to a survey conducted in the last quarter of 2015, business travel is forecast to grow with four out of ten business travellers reporting they will travel more in 2016 than last year, while more than half say they will travel more than they did two years ago.
Mr Henderson continued: “Regus is committed to helping business processionals work on the move with workspaces being rolled out in all sorts of places: airports worldwide, motorway service stations in the UK and railway stations in France and the Netherlands.
“The Regus Express Sydney Airport Centre follows on from our recent launch of international workplace provider, Spaces, in Australia, forming another key addition to the modern new facilities we offer in this market, We’re excited to be able to help business passengers every step of the way from the office to the plane,” he said.