I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Area Manager of SPACES-CNP (City National Plaza), David Mawer.
SPACES-CNP is 1 of over 400 locations and is a part of the 3,300+ well-known Regus offices experiencing exponential growth globally.
SPACES-CNP offers creative working environments with a unique entrepreneurial ambiance. Originating in Amsterdam, SPACES was built on the idea that success breeds more success. SPACES is redefining the way work is done; cultivating a community of thinkers, achievers, and Imagineers.
A perfect blend of cool comfortable design and professionalism combined with our network of over 3300+ locations. We provide truly flexible workspace. You can upgrade, downgrade, and transfer locations whenever required. This allows our members to create the best work environment for their specific need.
What do you feel is the benefit of joining the SPACES-CNP community?
We house all size companies from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Industries ranging from tech to fashion, professional services to entertainment companies. This blend of businesses allows our clients to leverage the network and organically build partnerships, collaborations, and friendships.
How may we connect with you?
Call, text or email me directly.
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