Regus Caribbean launched their first Jamaica location at the PanJam Building in New Kingston on Tuesday.
In October, PanJam Investment announced a 25% acquisition in Williams Offices (Caribbean), Regus’ Franchise Partner.
The company is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and promises to meet the needs of business big and small. Regus Jamaica clients will have the ability to tap into other Regus locations around the world, according to Mark Linehan, Managing Director of Regus Caribbean.
“One of the differentiators for Regus is the benefits that accrue to our clients from being part of the Regus global network. Not only can clients access all Regus’ 3,300 business lounges across the world, but they are able to register their business on Regus Marketplace, which gives them access to customers across the globe,” Linehan said.
Regus has invested into high-end IT infrastructure from HP, Dell, and other notable computer technology companies.
Fayval Williams, Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Finance and Public Service, said Regus’ entrance into the growing Jamaican market is well-timed as it continues upward.
“This is another sign of the continued momentum we see in the growing Jamaican economy and I would like to wish Regus success not only in New Kingston but as it takes its brand across Jamaica,” Williams said.
Regus Caribbean opened its first office in 2015 in Barbados and has been growing steadily since.