Regus Togo, opening soon



Located at 2447 Avenue de la Chance in the New Administrative District (GTA Lome II) in North Lome, the Regus Center (www.Regus.com) will open soon as a franchise in association with Confortis International Group. It will offer a wide range of ready-to-use workspaces ranging from private offices to coworking, meeting rooms and business lounges.

REGUS, the flagship brand of IWG Holding (International Workplace Group) created 30 years ago in Belgium, is the world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces with 3,500 locations in more than 120 countries and a community of more than 2.5 million customers and partners around the world. world.

With around 30 locations in Africa, REGUS is especially present in the Ivory Coast, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Guinea, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and South Africa.

The “Regus Avenue de la Chance” business center is ideally located to meet the needs of companies of all sizes, from startups to global groups, with a focus on office flexibility, quality of space and equipment . “We are delighted to open in Togo and we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality of service,” says Paolo Dias, CEO of REGUS Africa.

Flexible workspace currently represents a relatively small proportion of overall office space (less than 5%). JLL has forecast a rapid increase that is expected to reach 30% by 2030, but this figure is expected to rise further as a result of the pandemic.

The Regus Center is strategically located in the new business district of GTA Lome II, in front of the LONATO headquarters, near the embassies and the headquarters of the main companies and institutions, three minutes from the new Presidential Palace, ten minutes from Lomé airport and fifteen minutes from the port of Lomé.

“In the context of the National Development Plan (PND) of the Government of Togo, REGUS will offer a valuable service to Togolese companies and international investors wishing to establish themselves in Togo. Lomé is a triple hub in the subregion: port hub, air hub and financial center. This world-class tool that is REGUS is essential for the business ecosystem “, says Architect Dontou DEROU, CEO of the CONFORTIS INTERNATIONAL Group.

The Center will open its doors in the second quarter of 2021. It will offer 160 workstations, as well as six (06) meeting and conference rooms, spread over 1,000 square meters, in a modern building with ten (10) floors of 3,000 square meters. , including a gym. and spa, restaurants, premium suites, sky bar and secure parking.

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