The new Regus location in Ashgabat promises to bring the highest standard of flexible working to ‘The White City’.
Under the Regus brand, IWG is set to open its first ever office space in Turkmenistan in Q2 of 2023, expanding its presence in Central Asia. Located in the capital city of Ashgabat and close to the international airport, the new location is perfectly positioned to help workers capitalise on Turkmenistan’s diversifying business landscape and the opportunities of hybrid working.
Regus brings the benefits of hybrid to Ashgabat
Famous for its huge natural gas reserves, Turkmenistan has developed a forward-thinking approach to economic growth. Rapid diversification and expansion of the private sector are key to the country’s post-hydrocarbon economy, with strong growth projected for 2023 and beyond.
Ashgabat is the spearhead of this economic advancement. Commonly hailed as ‘The White City’ due to its impressive white marble structures, Turkmenistan’s capital will soon have a new flexible workspace that will help workers and employers unlock the power of hybrid working, including benefits for:
- People - Improving employee satisfaction and work-life balance
- Planet - Reducing carbon emissions from commuting
- Profits - Helping companies manage costs with flexible contracts
The new 2,000 square metre Regus location will be situated on G. Kulieva Street in the Hil Gurlusyk, which is home to some 80 office buildings and is very much the business centre of Ashgabat. Its proximity to the airport makes it a convenient location for local and international companies, while also helping to alleviate traffic congestion and reduce commuting time for employees. The location is also within cycling distance of the New Shopping Centre, Inspiration Park — which is set to open soon — and the iconic Ertugrul Gazi Mosque. So employees can easily get to the amenities and attractions they need, helping them to enjoy free time and balance their personal and professional lives.
Join the hybrid revolution
Across the world, hybrid working is enabling employees to balance their routines and divide working hours between home, the company headquarters and shared workplaces. New facilities like Regus Ashgabat encourage businesses to join the hybrid revolution and empower their workers, raise productivity and boost profitability. Regus locations are known as creative hubs, attracting innovators and entrepreneurs from a variety of industries and sectors.
Hybrid working has also been helping to make businesses more agile, flexible and scalable. With flexible contracts built around the needs of users, companies can reduce unnecessary overheads and safeguard their profitability, while also reducing their carbon emissions.
Through this working model, IWG helps businesses meet their goals across its ever-expanding global network.
A fresh perspective on coworking in The White City
As Turkmenistan’s economy grows and diversifies, Regus brings an opportunity for home-grown and international companies alike to find a better way of working.
The flexible coworking location will feature a range of business solutions to meet the needs of all kinds of users, from ambitious new startups to large multinationals establishing a presence in the region.
Like all Regus centres, users can expect the highest standards of connectivity and support in a space that is engineered for productivity. Customers enjoy flexible contracts that give them access to what they need on their own terms, including:
- Private office space
- Coworking & dedicated desks
- Meeting rooms
- Virtual office services
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