March 4 (Reuters) - Office space supplier Regus Plc reported a 23.3 percent rise in full-year revenue as it saw higher growth at its mature centres.
The Luxembourg-based company, which provides meeting rooms, business lounges and office spaces for rent, said revenue rose to 1.53 billion pounds ($2.56 billion)in the 12 months ended Dec. 31 from 1.24 billion pounds a year earlier.
Revenue per occupied workstation (RevPOW) - a key metric in the space rental business - rose 4.3 percent to 7,750 pounds, said the small business’s landlord.
Mature centres are those which have been open for at least a year.
Regus, which was founded by billionaire Mark Dixon, leases space to corporates including GlaxoSmithKline, Google and Toshiba.