Zipcar Announces New Business Program Under Regus Partnership

Zipcar Inc. and Regus, a workspace provider, teamed up to offer a new national program that allows businesses to share resources, according to a company announcement on April 3.

Through the new program, companies can share vehicles and workspace at a reduced cost to improve the convenience and profits of their businesses.

Regus customers will also be able to join Zipcar for Business at a discounted annual membership fee. Zipcar will waive the set-up fee, offer lower weekday driving rates and give the first 10 customers driving credit.

In addition, Zipcar for Business members will receive a yearlong Regus Businessworld Preferred membership, which includes fifteen complimentary Business Lounge visits. After signing up at www.regus.com/zipcar, Zipcar for Business members will receive two Business Lounge guest passes and one month of free access to a Full Time Office or Virtual Office Program.

“Zipcar's new program with Regus enables businesses to utilize their resources more efficiently to save money and increase flexibility,” said North America Zipcar for Business Director Diane Systrom. “Regus gives their customers the ability to work when, where and how they want so they can focus on business without having to deal with the hassle of operating an office, while Zipcar for Business gives our members on-demand access to ‘wheels when they want them’ offering all of the benefits of car ownership without the costs.”

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