The company says a range of flexible workspace options are available to businesses of all sizes. These include a large co-working space, virtual office services, meeting rooms which are bookable by the hour, and approximately 50 offices of varying sizes.
Regus is aiming the centre at a wide range of users including small businesses, start-ups and remote workers as well as national firms opening satellite offices and global businesses establishing a footprint in the area.
Richard Morris, its UK CEO, said: “Salts Mill is a fantastic example of local regeneration. This thriving artistic and cultural hub is a great place to base a business, making it the perfect fit for Regus.
“Our new Shipley hub allows professionals in the area to work closer to home, avoid the expense of commuting into Bradford or Leeds, and to focus on core tasks without the headache of office administration. We look forward to welcoming people to our bright, modern space and helping them to work more flexibly and productively.”