CORPORATE BRIEFS

Regus opens first branch in Bratislava

Regus, the British business centre firm, opened its first Slovak branch on March 24 in Bratislava. With over 210 centres world-wide, Regus leases fully furnished offices and meeting rooms through short or long-term contracts. In 1998, Regus opened 70 new business centres and forecasted another 130 openings for 1999.

"We want to be apolitical, but I must say that the new political environment (in Slovakia) is inviting for businesses," said Regus Representative Marcela Kratochvílová.

Business Development Director Christian Meyer-Bogner added that although no immediate plans for additional Bratislava centres have been discussed, in the future he sees the Slovak capital as "a three-Regus-city."

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