At the beginning of June, Senator Joe Robach of Rochester, along with members of the City of Rochester government attended the official grand opening of a new Regus full service business center that is located at 510 Clinton Square in Downtown Rochester. Due to a high demand of work space spurred Regus to invest in Rochester, following the lead of many other national and international companies. Regus’ center in Rochester is located within an over ten thousand square foot, newly renovated space. Regus currently has three full time employees and is planning to hire an additional five to seven employees. As companies in Rochester have been issued the fifth most number of United States patents, Regus sees great upside in the future of Rochester’s economy, and in helping new companies enter the market, while also assisting in the expansion of existing companies.

Regus is the world’s largest provider of flexible workplaces, with products and services ranging from fully equipped offices to professional meeting rooms, business lounges and the world’s largest network of video communication studios. Over a million customers a day utilize Regus facilities across a global footprint of 1,200 locations in 550 cities and 95 countries, allowing individuals and companies to work wherever, however and whenever they desire. Regus was founded by Mark Dixon in Brussels, Belgium in 1989, is headquartered in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange.

In addition to welcoming companies such as Regus to the City of Rochester, Senator Joe Robach of Rochester is actively working and advocating for common sense solutions to help create jobs  and make New York State and the City of Rochester a destination for business. By supporting and voting for the New Jobs-NY plan in the New York State Senate, Joe Robach is ensuring that the men and women of Rochester have access to the jobs needed to support themselves and their families.