GEO offers office space at Bahrain WTC
Manama, June 23, 2010
Global Executive Offices (GEO), a leading provider of premium serviced office facilities in Bahrain, has launched state-of-the-art business premises located within the Bahrain World Trade Center.
GEO’s FirstPoint business executive offices feature a full range of workplace products including virtual offices that establish a local presence, day offices and full time offices with flexible contract options, a statement said.
FirstPoint is operated by Bahrain-based Diyafa Holdings, a hospitality services development company focused on developing its own brand of boutique hotels and serviced offices among other services.
“The launch of FirstPoint, a key growth area in our portfolio, comes at an opportune time when international and domestic businesses are seeking to cost effective, flexible and secure market opportunities in the Gulf to overcome the recession’s impact,” said Amer Al Khan, CEO of Diyafa Holding.
“With Bahrain being a clear growing economy in the region, our new and exciting development FirstPoint, offering a prestigious office address and cutting edge workplace environment is the obvious choice for companies looking for flexible office solutions.”
“Flexibility being key in the present economic scenario, FirstPoint offers companies the prospect of opening satellite offices, with no upfront capital expenditure. For startups in particular, our serviced offices will be a cost-effective, accelerated and uncomplicated solution allowing companies to grow in a secure environment. It is a low-risk arrangement with immediate functionalities,” he added.
The 1750 sq m state-of-the-art offices at the BWTC are spread across two floors, and come with a pre-approved CR registration allowing companies to set up their operations in Bahrain with minimal efforts, the statement said.
All the offices are fully equipped with contemporary furniture and sophisticated IT infrastructure manned by qualified and professional staff, it added.
The FirstPoint executive offices, which come in various sizes, offer a number of support services including administrative/secretarial services, high speed broadband, video conferencing, concierge service, travel desk, chauffeurs, and conference and meeting facilities, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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