Davinci Virtual Office Solutions Set to Triple Business

Is the virtual office industry growing like gangbusters in a down economy? The answer is a resounding yes—and Davinci Virtual is leading the charge.

In fact, Davinci Virtual is posting such rapid growth that the leading provider of global office solutions is forced to build a new corporate headquarters just to keep up with projections. Davinci Virtual announced plans to construct the new facility last December. So how’s it going? Just as scheduled.

Davinci Virtual just announced that construction of its new virtual office headquarters is running smoothly. The completion date is set for October 1, 2010.

This isn’t just any virtual office headquarters. Davinci Virtual is building a state-of-the-art, 25,000-square foot facility. When completed, the virtual office headquarters will double the company’s current footprint and include four high-tech virtual support center areas, as well as dedicated departments for management, sales, customer care, partner relations, finance, Davincimeetingrooms.com and a new technology hub.

"We are looking forward to completing the build out of our new North American Headquarters in Salt Lake City. We designed the new work space with productive employee interaction and with the latest technologies in mind," says Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual. "The new facilities will allow us to triple the size of our company.”

When you consider the size of the company now, tripling the size is an ambitious, but realistic goal. Davinci Virtual provides virtual office solutions to more than 7,000 companies and entrepreneurs throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia and Australia.

The company also offers over 750 virtual office locations including virtual offices in New York, virtual offices in Los Angeles, virtual offices in Chicago, virtual offices in Miami and any other metropolitan area throughout the world. Clients can select prime business addresses, meeting space and business support services—instantly—online.


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