Regus helps companies take advantage of the new revenue opportunities in the Balkans by expanding into Slovenia its 92nd country.
Are you interested in the growing opportunities in the Balkans? Looking to start a business in neighbouring Croatia, Hungary and Serbia? Then Ljubljana is the ideal place for your.
The new business centre is located at the heart of Republic Square, a sought after business address in Ljubljana, opposite the national Parliament. Facilities at the centre include meeting rooms, ready-to-use offices, video communications studio, high-speed secure internet, and multilingual administrative support.
The expansion of Regus’s network in the Balkans, and further afield, is a response to the growing demand for flexible workspace, as organisations adopt new ways of working. Over the next three years, Regus plans to increase its worldwide network by at least 75%, equating to over 800 additional business centres.
“Globally over eight out of ten (81%) businesses now offer their workforce some form of flexible working. This trend is feeding into record levels of enquiries for Regus’s flexible workspace. We’ve opened the new centre in Ljubljana to satisfy that demand.”
—Mark Dixon, CEO for Regus
The availability of Regus flexible workspace in Ljubljana will allow local and international businesses to explore growth opportunities in Slovenia, which is starting to show a gentle economic recovery after being hit hard by the financial crisis of 2008. There are good opportunities in sectors like life sciences, pharmaceuticals and ICT. Businesses will be able to develop their presence in the Balkans, without making expensive, long-term property commitments. Slovenian companies can also use the global Regus network to explore opportunities abroad.
“The latest Regus Business Confidence Index showed that companies that trade internationally feel they have better prospects than those with mainly domestic markets. By expanding our network in the Balkans, and beyond, we’re making it easier for more companies to improve their own prospects – helping them open up new revenue sources and new opportunities for growth.”
—Mark Dixon, CEO for Regus
Four Facts of Slovenia:
- Slovenia has a high GDP per capita and a well educated workforce.
- The Ljubljana Dragon is the capital’s symbol, which symbolises power, courage and greatness.
- The country has great trade links with Austria, France, Germany and Italy.
- Ljubljana has a diversified economy with a variety of employers in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, food processing, banking, finance, transport, construction, and tourist industries.
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