Mark Dixon (businessman) Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Kids, Net Worth
Mark Dixon Biography
This is what you need to know about Mark Dixon, a English businessman, best known as the founder of serviced office business Regus, renamed International Workplace group in 2016.
Mark Dixon Age
Dixon was born in November 1959 in Hornchurch, United Kingdom. He is 61 years old as of 2020.
Mark Dixon Height
- Not Known.
Mark Dixon Family
Little is known about his parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Mark Dixon Wife – Partner
Dixon has not shared any information about his current love life. He was previously married to Trudy Groves. The two got married in 1988 and divorced in a £28.7m settlement. He resides in Monaco for tax reasons.
Mark Dixon Net Worth
Dixon has an estimated Net Worth of 1.6 billion USD dollars. Her career as a businessman is her primary source of income.
Mark Dixon Career
Dixon founded a sandwich-making business, Dial-a-Snack, which delivered locally on a butcher’s bicycle. After the business failed, he traveled the world, becoming a barman in St Tropez, a miner in Australia, a farmhand in Asia; and selling encyclopedias.
He later invested £600 in a burger van, based on London’s North Circular road. From profits, he then bought seven other vans but found difficulty in obtaining good and regular bun supply. Relocating to Brussels, Belgium, he set up an apartment rental business.
While sitting in a cafe, he regularly noticed how local business people were conducting meetings around the small tables of local coffee shops. He started Regus, an office space business, in 1989. By mid-2001 the business was worth £2bn, with Dixon’s 60 percent stake making him a billionaire.
He started Regus, an office space business, in 1989. By mid-2001 the business was worth £2bn, with Dixon’s 60 percent stake making him a billionaire. However, after the failure of the dot.com boom, Dixon’s stake fell and he was valued at less than £80m. In 2002, 58% of the UK arm of the business was sold to UK private equity firm Alchemy Partners. Regus bought the stake back three years later. Dixon has since rebuilt the business and expanded internationally. The company now has a presence in over 100 countries.