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Office company opens space for displaced workers

IWG is making its business lounges available for free to those affected by Hurricane Ian.

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If you lost your office to Hurricane Ian, a major shared workspace company is making space for you at no cost.

IWG, which operates Regus and Spaces, is opening its offices to individuals or organizations whose businesses have been affected by the storm. The company is allowing free access to its lounges giving displaced workers a place to use the internet and a charge their devices.

The participating offices are at IWG’s locations in Florida. Those who evacuated the state can access workspaces in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

To get in, you must download the company’s app and present a business card.

A company spokesperson says in an email that the offer is good for the next 10 days “and it will be reviewed again then.”

Regus has 35 locations in Florida, including in Clearwater, Tampa, Sarasota and Naples.

Spaces has no locations in Florida but does have space in North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia.


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