Regus, world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces, opened new business center in Tbilisi, Capital of Georgia

Regus, world’s largest provider of flexible workspaces, opened new business center in Tbilisi, Capital of Georgia

The FINANCIAL -- “Regus” opened newest, A class business center in Georgia’s dynamic capital city Tbilisi, at Freedom Square (address: Leonidze street #2, business center “Tabidze 1”, 4th floor).

Regus is offering flexible workspaces, newly renovated A class offices and services to its clients in the most prestigious, upmarket and vibrant area of Tbilisi, in the middle of the city. The design of the business centre creates a synthesis between city’s historical architecture and the urban technologies of 21st century. Everything is close to this place – high-class hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops, and all these creates ideal environment for both – work and leisure. Tabidze 1 is easily accessible with public transport, as well as for pedestrians.

“We are very excited with the expansion of our global network and with opening of the new center in Georgia, bustling city of Tbilisi, where more and more companies will be able to access and enjoy the offers and benefits from Regus. All size of businesses are in need of flexible and comfortable office space, and easily accessible location. We are delighted to bring to these businesses and workers in Tbilisi the opportunity to experience workplace flexibility and to work from where they want,” – Regus representatives speak about importance and necessity of the entering on the Georgian market.


Regus Center has an ideal drop-in location for business people, who are moving from one business meeting to another. It is also very convenient for business visitors. Center satisfies each and every requirement of the growing sector. Based on Regus research, 50% of professionals in Georgia work outside their main office for half the week or more. Center is a best choice not only for local business people, but for foreign businessmen, who are going to work on Georgian market.

“The Georgian economy is growing really fast for last years and the business environment is changing, too. Georgia is becoming more comfortable for local and foreign businessmen and investors. Businesses in Tbilisi are performing very well, therefor Georgia continues to fascinate foreign investors.

Regus, which is represented in more than 1000 cities worldwide, now provides the comfort and flexible workspaces in Tbilisi, too. Regus has a huge experience in this field” - Rusudan Chakvetadze, representative of Regus told us.

Regus is largest provider of flexible workspaces worldwide Most successful entrepreneurs, individuals and large corporations – they all are Regus customers. Regus network includes more than 3,000 business centers in 1000 cities of 120 countries. By using of mobile, virtual and individual offices Regus allows any type of customer to take advantages of the customized services, without time limitation and dealing with administrative issues.

Founded in Brussels, Belgium, in 1989, Regus is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange.