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The White House DMS Building - Regus Cayman Islands Private and Coworking Office Solutions in George Town Grand Cayman Caribbean

Regus Cayman officially opened its doors at the end of 2020 but there was a lot of forethought and design planning that took place before then, with the conceptualization of Regus at the The White House taking place back in Spring 2019. Client Relationship Officer, Sophia List, was instrumental in designing the offices herself, going as far as visiting Miami for a day to pick out all the big and small details such as the lighting, fixtures, fittings, and furnishings.

The intention was to create a modern, stylish, and sophisticated facility where clients could work and collaborate, whether it be on a flexible basis or as a Monday to Friday routine. Although the Covid pandemic caused a delay in the unveiling of Regus Cayman, it also helped spark a renewed interest in flexible working spaces and practices. With many people across the world still working from home, Regus Cayman provides the opportunity for clients to still feel like part of a team and have a designated place to work from, but without the restrictions and expense that come along with traditional office spaces.

With 105 workstations across 18 office suites, Regus Cayman is the home to many local and international businesses along with a number of Fortune 500 companies (two of them in the top 20), which have relocated to The White House from overseas. Our location in the capital of George Town makes it perfectly placed for business success.

The impressive space comprises of offices of all sizes, flexible layouts, kitchen and breakout areas, meeting, and conference room access, plus all the professional services that are expected, such as an experienced, onsite support team.

The look and design of the offices provide an open, warm, and productive working environment. With a fresh and refined aesthetic, the setting at Regus Cayman is modern and tasteful with thoughtful details that are a nod to a Caymanian connection and heritage. Art prints from the Cayman Islands National Archives and curated pieces from local design companies such as Design Studio, Huis and Anna Hislop Home make clients and visitors feel that they are not in a corporate office, but instead an inviting and considered space. The color palette used throughout the offices are shades of white, greys and other neutral tones giving it a professional and clean look, but also includes blue and gold accents, which evokes a contemporary feel.

Besides the appealing design of the offices, the services offered are first-class such as a professional receptionist to greet guests, secure, business grade IT infrastructure, access to printers and scanners, business address and mail handling as well as administration services. They also have exciting expansion plans in the near future, which will include a Regus members-only gym and a speakeasy and business lounge bar, along with changing rooms and showers. Their aim is for their clients to be able to work, relax and play all in one space while also enjoying a community feel.

The reasoning behind establishing Regus Cayman was to provide a multi-functional office space to help a variety of business owners and their teams as they adapt to new ways of working in today’s world. Regus now has 3,400 centres across 130 countries, making them the largest global network of flexible office space. Regus Cayman will also be opening a second location in George Town in 2023.

To learn more, please feel free to contact us at – we would love to hear from you and assist you with your office needs and questions.

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