In a response to varying office needs and the emerging hybrid shift, International Workplace Group (IWG) and Attacq have partnered to create a flexible solution that provides a value-based office model.
Starting with Lynwood Bridge and then the Waterfall City precincts, Attacq is broadening its footprint by offering flex-space options which will be managed by IWG.
“At Attacq, our purpose is to create sustainable value for all stakeholders and strive to add meaningful worth to every business, organisation, partner, or person that comes into our space of influence. We take customer service very seriously,” says Michael Clampett, Asset Management and Property Executive of Attacq Limited.
“It then only stands to reason that we had to affiliate with an experienced partner that takes it as seriously as we do. Despite the obvious impacts of Covid-19 on office space, flexible workspaces look to be emerging as a strong offering and solution, for a return to and future of the work environment”.
“Attacq has a high-quality and diverse South African property portfolio that includes the retail, hotel, office, mixed-use and light industrial sectors. All of which offer the perfect environment for a flex-space alternative, enabling people to choose where and how they want to work, allowing business the agility that is so needed by businesses now and in the future,” says Greg Davis, Business Development Director, IWG, Africa.
“With the Regus, SPACES and now HQ in South Africa, partnering with Attacq is the perfect example of taking flexible working into the suburban locations and the cities and towns outside of the main metro areas where the need is growing”, concludes Davis.