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Regus gives SMEs access to free business facilities

29 July 2010

Small firms can now get free access to 1,000 business lounges around the world through membership of the Forum of Private Business, a not-for-profit lobby and support group.

The Forum of Privat eBusiness (FPB) is providing all its paying members with complimentary Regus businessworld gold cards which will give them free internet access, refreshments and professional administrative support.  The move means business owners who join the Forum will be able to pick up emails, catch up with calls and print reports at 135 Regus centres in the UK and around 825 across the rest of the globe.
Regus businessworld gold membership, which normally costs at least £15 per month, also gives Forum members a 10 percent discount on a range of other Regus services, including meeting rooms, videoconferencing facilities and day offices.
Commenting on the new initiative, the Forum’s Finance and Administration Director, Nick Palin, said: “Our partnership with Regus will give our members free access to convenient office facilities wherever they are in the world. The feedback we get from many small business owners is that when they’re on the move, they are often in need of somewhere where they can catch up on their emails and deal with any pressing business with a cup of coffee in a quiet and professional environment. By joining the Forum, business owners will now automatically be able to do this and take advantage of a whole host of other benefits and services.”

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