shared empty room at Regus in the little town I was in many moons ago,
but I backed out and found real coworking to be a much better
What Regus does is rented offices to unrelated business people which
share a printer and conference room, but otherwise don't chat much.
They did have a room with a long table on the east and west walls
(reminded me of detention back in high school) that they called their
"coworking" space, but when I toured the space multiple times, the
room was 100% empty, and it still required a multi-month commitment
from me and my business, which I wasn't interested in doing.
That's just my experience with Regus in one town, but I wouldn't call
them co-working at all.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 9:55 AM, Ky Ekinci (Office Divvy ™)
> I chuckled when I read this press release by Regus today.
> Obviously they realize that their existing business model will not
> sustain, and is now passé. It is concerning though that they claim
> overnight that they are not only a coworking space provider but also a
> pioneers in the movement.
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