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New Servcorp Business Centre Opens in Time for the RWC

AUCKLAND, Aug. 4 /Medianet International-AsiaNet/ --

As part of an aggressive global expansion, Servcorp has opened a new location in Auckland's Vero Centre just in time to support businesses visiting during the Rugby World Cup.

Servcorp has been operating successfully in New Zealand for more than 20 years offering clients three premium service office locations in Auckland and Wellington CBD.

The Vero Centre occupies a pivotal position on Shortland Street, Auckland's most prestigious legal and financial district, with stunning views of the City, Viaduct, North Shore and the Domain. The new facility is geared to helping businesses generate more sales and reduce business overheads by accessing world-class infrastructure including IT systems, fully furnished, equipped and staffed offices, hot desks, business support services and meeting and conference rooms.

"It's fantastic timing for us to open a brand new centre in Auckland, just before the Rugby World Cup," said Taine Moufarrige, Executive Director of Servcorp. "We're proud of the fact that we make business life easy for our clients. Whether they’re just coming into town for the World Cup, setting up a branch office to take advantage of what we believe is an improving business climate in New Zealand, or a small business in need of a premium yet cost effective corporate presence, we give our clients the infrastructure of a multinational corporation with a professional team, IT systems and global presence via our worldwide network of serviced and virtual offices."


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