With Regus expanding its Auckland reach from the city centre to the city’s fringes, Amicus continued its relationship with Regus to deliver their new serviced office space at Auckland Airport.
Selecting a whole level in Auckland Airport’s premium business hub building, the Quad 7, Regus were able to expand their network of offices closer to their internationally travelling clients.
Amicus partnering with designer Marchese & Partners worked with Regus to create a new, higher spec serviced office space that reflected their new award-winning building location.
A mixture of hotdesks, collaboration areas and small to large private offices, allows Regus to keep up with the growing demand of flexible working environments.
IWG New Zealand country manager Pierre Ferrandon says the time was right to expand Regus to Auckland Airport, as part of what he calls a ‘workplace revolution.’
Pierre Ferrandon, Regus Country Manager (NZ)
The new site not only provides Regus’ international premium clients a convenient touchdown location when travelling to Auckland, it also provides Auckland companies the ability to have a local workspace for their South Auckland employees.
With Auckland’s increased demand for city office space pushing up lease prices, Regus’ serviced offices can help their clients reduce their CBD footprint and establish themselves in a well-connected, dynamic and social hub.
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