1. London’s new hub
Regus Interchange House, Croydon 
Croydon is having a moment. You’d be hard pressed to find a better-connected London borough – hop on board a train to get to King’s Cross, Canary Wharf or Brighton in around 30 minutes or Heathrow international airport in under an hour. Regus Interchange House is housed in a smart, modern building opposite the highly sought-after Saffron Square development. Welcome your clients to the triple-height reception area with its café-community atmosphere. Take advantage of the networking opportunities in the business lounge and breakout areas, or simply get work done in the productive office and meeting rooms.


2. Rooms with a view
Regus Lakeview Terraces, Richards Bay
For a business centre with impact, try Regus Lakeview Terraces – the tallest building in South Africa’s Richards Bay. At the heart of the central business district, it’s ideally positioned for anyone working in the area’s main industries of mining and tourism. In addition to the light and airy offices and meeting rooms, there’s a variety of cultural treasures on your doorstep, with the Empangeni Art and Cultural History Museum, Richards Bay Game Reserve and Dolphin Park, plus three large shopping malls.


3. Tech-hub transformation
Regus Leuchtenfabrik, Berlin
Lying southeast of central Berlin, within reach of the Adlershof technology hub, is this former factory building in the borough of Treptow-Köpenick. Transformed into a sleek, contemporary business centre, Regus Leuchtenfabrik boasts stylish office space and meeting rooms. Aldershof is one of Europe’s most successful hi-tech locations and offers plenty of opportunities to grow small, innovative startups. Larger businesses are also getting a foothold here before the new Berlin Brandenburg (BER) international airport opens in 2020.


4. Capital business
Regus Muntazah Commercial Centre, Doha
At home in a busy part of Doha, the Regus Muntazah Commercial Centre is the place to fully experience Qatar’s thriving capital. Establishing itself as a secondary business district, the Muntazah area is rapidly growing, with industries such as oil and gas, real estate and tourism all taking advantage of ring-road access for easy travel by bus or car. Part of a contemporary new building, the centre is designed for efficiency and is flooded with natural light. Step outside and you’ll find plenty of characterful local restaurants, cafés and hotels.


5. Connected co-working
Regus Posthuset, Oslo
Free yourself to work at your best in these thoughtfully designed, modern spaces in Norway’s tallest office building. Regus Posthuset, Oslo is on the third floor, and includes comfortable common areas and a large café – ideal places for relaxed networking. The business centre also enjoys direct access to Oslo’s central railway station, so you don’t even have to leave the building to reach it.


6. Work and play
Regus Avion, Moscow 
Our 18th business centre in Russia, Regus Avion is just 100 metres from the airport metro station, in a prestigious area northwest of the city centre. Leningradsky Prospekt provides a quick connection to central Moscow, and it’s just a 20-minute drive to Sheremetyevo international airport or 10 minutes to Belorussky train station. In the evening, take advantage of the area’s restaurants, cafés and shopping malls – or the many first-class sports venues. The nearby National Tennis Centre of Juan Antonio Samaranch is home to the Hoff Open tennis tournament.


7. Eastern promise
Regus IEC Vanke Centre, Xi’an 
Strategically positioned in the Economic and Technological Development Zone of Xi’an, Regus Vanke Jin Yu Hua Fu is the ideal location if you work in finance or professional services. Connect with Xianyang international airport in just 30 minutes, or with the North high-speed railway station in just 15. The fourth-floor centre is close to the Municipal Government Headquarters and surrounded by three major parks – ideal for a lunchtime stroll. Several five-star hotels, including Kempinski and Hilton, are also within walking distance.

8. Milanese meeting point 
Regus Milanofiori 2, Milan 
Join major international brands and SMEs in every sector, from technology to paper, in the Regus Milanofiori centre between Assago and the town of Rozzano. This mixed-use development (pictured above) is at the intersection of a ring-road and the A7 Giovi or Serravalle Milan-to-Genoa motorway, opposite Assago Milanofiori Nord metro station. Choose offices or shared co-working space in a striking building, surrounded by lush parkland. The complex has plenty to attract employees and clients, including the Centro Commerciale Fiordaliso shopping mall, Mediolanum Forum for indoor sports, and a UCI Cinema.


9. Gallic go-to 
Regus Stop & Work, Saint-Quentin
With superior transport links to Paris and the suburbs, Regus Stop & Work Saint-Quentin (main image) is perfect for businesses in the services sector or those who need to be near the French headquarters of BMW and Banque Populaire. Situated in the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines neighbourhood, 30km southwest of Paris, it’s a beautifully designed and inspirational place to do business. Bright, natural light floods the fourth-floor workspace, which has all the services a business needs, including a restaurant and parking. The railway station is just across the street, while the building is close to the A12 and N12 road routes.


10. High society
Regus Deji Plaza, Nanjing
The super-stylish Regus Deji Plaza business centre is located in the skyscraper part of a mixed-use development in Nanjing’s prime central business district. With luxury shops and the five-star Ritz Carlton Hotel as neighbours, this flexible office space lends businesses the same air of excellence. Nanjing itself has plenty of historic and cultural sights to see or restaurants to take clients to in the city, while the nearby shopping mall is said to be the best, not just in the city but the entire Jiangsu province.