IWG to expand with 1,000 new locations in 2024

FM newsroom – hybrid work, office market. IWG, the world’s largest provider of hybrid work solutions, aims to open 1,000 new locations globally amid significant growth in demand from companies and employees seeking hybrid workspaces.

During 2023, IWG nearly doubled the number of newly added spaces compared to the previous year, expanding the network with 867 new locations, Romania Journal reports.

In Romania, the company inaugurated an ultra-modern flexible workspace in City Gate Bucharest, amid increased demand for hybrid work solutions.

Bucharest workplace running on renewable energy

The Regus City Gate, in the 2nd district of Bucharest, is providing the workforce of Romania with another upscale workplace. The workspace – powered by renewable energy – offers 30 private offices, two meeting rooms, and ample co-working spaces, including large parking spaces, fast chargers for electrical cars, and bike and motorcycle storage.

“Romania is a fast-growing, dynamic market and we’re seeing high demand for hybrid working solutions amongst businesses of all sizes. As a result, we are very pleased to provide our cutting-edge and professional workspaces, such as Regus Bucharest City Gate, to the working community of Romania.” – Ramona Predescu (Iacob), IWG Country Manager for Romania & Bulgaria 

Hybrid work is a top benefit for employees

A recent IWG survey of CEOs shows that more than 75 % of them expect to still be operating in a hybrid model five years from now. This is also confirmed by new research from Stanford University and other leading institutions, which indicates that hybrid work is a phenomenon that will continue for years to come. Another IWG survey also found that 88 %of employees consider hybrid work to be the top benefit they would expect in a new role.


Photo: regus.com


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