Business travellers in Tokyo will find more serviced office spaces in the Japanese capital as Regus recently opened its 17th facility in the Shinbashi Tokyu Building.
“Our newest centre offers the best convenience to businesses in terms of accessibility and cost efficiency. Especially during the current economic situation, Regus enables businesses to establish offices in prime locations with less capital. This allows them to better manage their finances, and focus on their core business activities,” said Jessy Takashi Kure, general manager for North Asia, the Regus Group.
Regus Shinbashi centre occupies 1,242 square metres with offices to accommodate up to 210 people, with boardrooms, and conference rooms. Other services include a furnished reception area with bilingual receptionists to greet clients, answer calls in the business’s name and provide administrative support; equipped Cafe area that allows clients and visitors to remain productive for a quick break or between meetings. All Regus clients have the option to be equipped with high-speed Internet access and digital telephone service managed by a highly trained IT support team.
Corporations that are housed in the new centre will benefit from the location in Shinbashi, located near Shiodome, one of the newly emerging business districts in Tokyo following the redevelopment project started in 2002.
In addition, Regus Shinbashi Centre will offer a high level of accessibility to its tenants with its two-minute walking distance to Shinbashi Station, serving several major train and subway lines (JR: Yamanote Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line and Tokaido Line / Tokyo Metro: Ginza Line / Toei Subway: Asakusa Line). The center will also allow globe-trotting business to “work mobile,” with its convenient connection to Narita airport via Tokyo Station (three minutes by JR rail from Shimbashi Station) and Haneda Airport via Hamamatsucho Station ( two minutes by JR rail from Shimbashi Station).
“We aim to be the optimal solution for business leaders, providing them with alternatives to conventional office space and a ‘new work style,” said Kure.
Regus is one of the world’s largest providers of business centres and serviced offices. The company now has 1,000 centres in 400 cities across 70 countries, with 110 in Asia Pacific. The Regus Group also recently launched its Regus businessworld Membership Program, which provides members with free access to its centres and business lounges around the world.
For more information, visit www.regus.com.