GE Capital Real Estate Gain Workplace Flexibility with New Regus Agreement
GE Capital Real Estate, a leading commercial property investment company, has signed an agreement with Regus that will provide GE with a range of workplace solutions for its global workforce.
The new Global Services Agreement means that GE staff now have access to Regus premises and services worldwide – both helping to support office-based employees as well as those that work remotely.
The agreement will allow GE to increase flexibility, meet their diverse workplace demands, and cut costs in the process.
Mark Dixon, founder and CEO of Regus plc, said:
“GE is one of the most innovative and well-recognized brands in the world ΓÇô so we’re delighted to extend our relationship with them and be a key component of their workplace strategy.”
He continued: “Forward-thinking companies like GE are leading the workplace revolution by implementing flexible real estate strategies that will allow them to significantly reduce costs, better support their workforce and be more competitive in marketplace.”
Director of Real Estate Services Operation GE, Stephanie Fulbright, commented:
“Expanding our partnership with Regus allows us to continue to successfully execute our strategy of transforming and right-sizing our global real estate portfolio. Their global footprint provides us with flexibility in securing space and will assist us in areas such as alternate workplace strategies.”
GE staff can now look forward to having on-demand access to office and meeting room space in any of Regus’ locations ΓÇô of which there are more than 1000 across the globe. They can also utilise Regus’ virtual office programmes and services.