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Beaconsfield service station to get 'Business Lounge'
A SWANKY business lounge is set to be created at Beaconsfield Services on the M40 - aiming to provide office facilities for workers on the move.
Office provider Regus, whose customers include Google and Nokia, has teamed up with the service station at Junction 2 to provide a dedicated business area including meeting rooms, printing and copying facilities, secure WiFi and admin support.
Other lounges will be created near Cobham and Cambridge, at service stations also run by Extra MSA Group, with all three set to open in September.
Andrew Long, chief executive of Extra, said: "The availability of excellent business facilities at these busy locations will improve the day-to-day experience of a growing number of people who work on the move in Britain."
Regus chief Mark Dixon, said: "This is yet another step in the global trend towards flexible working and the expansion of our growing Third Place business as more workers demand access to workspace outside the office and the home, as they seek to utilise the flexibility offered by mobile, tablet and cloud technologies."