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A hotbed of high-tech businesses and with a flourishing entrepreneurial community, the city of Nazareth is ideally suited for a new Regus workspace
Thanks to its ever-expanding high-tech sector, business is booming in Nazareth. The city is fast becoming an economic and commercial hub, attracting a wave of entrepreneurs, startups and small companies, as well as being an important outpost for huge multinationals.
Hand in hand with this industrious digital workforce comes an increasing demand for flexible co-working space. Regus – the global workspace provider – has recently opened the city’s first-ever shared office location, a 1,000-square-metre centre on Paulus ha–Shishi 102 Street.
Regus Nazareth is set in the commercial centre in downtown, an area that buzzes with government offices, software businesses and blue-chip tech companies such as technology giant Microsoft, one of the centre’s neighbours.
Spread across the third floor of a renovated business centre, its members have access to 50 fully-furnished private offices of varying sizes, 158 standalone desks, and meeting rooms available to rent by the hour. There’s also a business lounge offering free tea and coffee to facilitate networking opportunities.
The rooms are air-conditioned, well-lit and equipped with video-conferencing facilities, and secure, high-speed Wi-Fi. As with all Regus locations, they’re serviced by professional staff.
Set in the city centre, Regus Nazareth is close to a number of significant landmarks. If it’s culture you’re after during a lunch break, the Museum of Ancient Nazareth is directly opposite the office and the Old City is a five-minute stroll. There’s also an array of cafés and restaurants suitable for both Regus customers and entertaining clients.
Numerous transport links are within reach, with the Paulus Hashishi/6177 bus station across the road and the city of Haifa a 45-minute drive away via Highway 75.
Regus Nazareth is already attracting significant interest within the city’s thriving business community, with a third of spaces leased prior to opening and more enquiries every day.
“Nazareth has become the focus of high-tech activity in the Arab sector, and we are proud to open our first centre in the city and allow young entrepreneurs to enjoy our services,” says Ofer Witkon, CEO of Regus Israel.
“Regus continues to realise its vision of expanding to make local work possible – and bringing its unique solutions nationwide.”
Find out more about Regus’s global expansion here