News: Flexi workspace services providers see rise in demand

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Flexi workspace services providers see rise in demand

The Economic Times reports that owing to Indian companies targeting to save real estate costs and maximise resource utilisation, flexible workspace service providers are witnessing a rise in demand. Some of the largest names in flexible workspace services, such as Regus, Apeejay Business Centers, and DBS Office Business Centers have seen a rise of up to 20%.

The Economic Times reports that owing to Indian companies targeting to save real estate costs and maximise resource utilisation, flexible workspace service providers are witnessing a rise in demand. Some of the largest names in flexible workspace services, such as Regus, Apeejay Business Centers, and DBS Office Business Centers have seen a rise of up to 20%.

Regus has seen its client’s list grow by 50% in the past 12 months, while Apeejay Business Center has seen a growth in client’s list by 30%. The news reports states that the client-base of these service providers range from large multinational corporations, such as Nokia, Apple, and Blackberry to small  and midsized firms, including startups.

Read the Economic Times report here.

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