9 Reasons Why We Like Regus as a Tenant

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  1. Regus made about $2,945,600,000 in sales in its 2015 fiscal year- OneSource database.
  2. According to NAIOP, Regus is the largest shared office provider in the world
  3. Regus has 3,000 office centers located in 900 cities and 120 countries.
  4. Costar reports that since January 2014, Regus has signed 2.08 million square feet of new leases.
  5. The company’s stock has steadily increased during the past five years. In June 2011 the price was $104.9 and in June 2016 the price had risen to 307.85, a 293% increase.
  6. Regus has experience with managing its company through economic instability. It survived the “Dotcom” crash in 2000 and performed well during the recession in 2009. This demonstrates the company’s durability and its ability to persist through tough economic conditions.
  7. The company’s clientele ranges from large corporations to startups and independent workers.
  8. Nearly 40 million workers in the United States are a part of the independent workforce, and about 16.9 million work full time. The Independent workforce makes up a large portion of Regus’ clientele.
  9. A growing clientele: The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that about 14.76 million people were self-employed in the third quarter of 2015. This is an increase of more than 200,000 since the third quarter of 2014.

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