Working at home comes with a benefits package that you just can't beat—domestic comforts, all the food you can eat, and no commute. But when it comes to holding meetings with new clients, sometimes the situation calls for a little showmanship. That's where Regus comes in.
For more than a quarter of a century, Regus has provided business professionals with the physical space and modern amenities they need to do business. Video conference rooms come furnished with flat-screen monitors, cameras, and video conferencing for hosting virtual meetings. Workers can discuss projects, conduct interviews, or surf the web with WiFi in luxury business lounges. And if you'd just like to get some thinking done, private think-pods liberate project developers from ambient workplace distractions, such as wise-cracking fax machines. Other amenities for long- and short-term leases include kitchens, refreshments, and multilingual receptionist services.
Some people want a designer to handle every aspect of their home. Others just want a push in the right direction. That's why Karen Lyons, the CEO and principal designer at Comfort By Design of New York, offers multiple levels of service. She and her designers might organize an eight-phase Concept to Completion service that includes creating floor plans and hiring contractors, or they might stop in for a Designer for a Day consultation to help clients work on their furniture placement and color scheme choices. Either way, clients can expect a dramatic makeover that takes a room from drab and dated to stylish yet homey.
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