Global workspace provider Regus has
opened its first office in Brunei in a
bid to tap into demand from the oil and
The new 7,500 sq ft centre is located
in Brunei’s capital Bandar Seri Begawan
in the PGGMB Centre, a major
office building that is also home to
Brunei Shell Marketing, Microsoft, Royal
Philips and CIMB Investment Bank.
“As the 106th country in which Regus
has established a presence, we see
Brunei as a critical market for our
customers and partners, especially in
the developing regional oil and gas
sector,” said Vijayakumar Tangarasan,
country manager of Regus Malaysia.
“Brunei enjoys a symbiotic
relationship with neighbouring Labuan
and Kota Kinabalu, where the talent
supporting the oil and gas sector is
based. Companies here are looking for flexible workspace solutions to meet
their project-based engagements.”
Bandar Seri Begawan is home to
many multinational and regional
enterprises and Regus hopes its new
office will allow other companies to set
up home in the city easily.
“There is serious untapped potential
here, and that’s why we chose Bandar
Seri Begawan as our inaugural business
centre in Brunei,” said John Wright,
Regus’s chief executive for Asia Pacific.
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