Regus is offering free workspaces for business travellers during the Rugby World Cup.
The company will offer drop-in workspaces on weekday match days at its centres located near to the rugby stadiums in Twickenham in south-west London, Cardiff and Exeter.
The first of these free drop-in sessions was held on Friday (September 18) at Regus’ Twickenham centre in the run-up to the first game of the tournament between England and Fiji.
All three of Regus’ Cardiff centres: Brunel House, Cardiff Bay and Cardiff Gate Business Park will offer free business lounge access on September 23 for the Australia vs Fiji match, October 1 (Wales vs Fiji) and October 2 (New Zealand vs Georgia).
The Regus centre at Exeter Business Park will offer free access on September 29 (Tonga vs Namibia) and October 7 (Namibia vs Georgia).
Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus comments: “It’s been well publicised that transport networks in and around the world cup venues are going to be more congested than normal as thousands travel to matches.
“Working in a professional location closer to home can provide a solution for local workers, enabling them to avoid difficult and lengthy commutes and ensuring they make it home in time for the game.”