Leading virtual office services provider Davinci Virtual announced today it has received nominations from a number of its customers in the Business Centre Association (bca) Trade Supplier of the year category for 2009.
The nominations are a considerable distinction for the virtual office services provider, as Davinci Virtual is only in its first year as a member of the bca.
The bca is the only UK trade association representing the business centre and managed workspace industry. Established in 1989, it specialises in providing support and guidance to owners and operators of centres, while setting industry standards and encouraging a network of excellence.
Steve Golding, Davinci's General Manager in the UK, said: "We are delighted to be members of the bca and support all the great work that they do in setting a consistently high standard across the industry. Being recognised by our customers and peers within the industry and receiving Nominations for a bca award certainly is a great honour. These nominations are as a direct result of all the hard work, innovation, dedication and focus that the team has put in over the past 12 months."
The award ceremony will take place on Friday, the 27th of November at the Park Lane hotel, where the winners across a number of categories will be announced. bca members will be recognised for their outstanding service, innovation and contributions to the managed workplace industry.
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About Davinci Virtual:
Davinci Virtual is the leading provider of virtual offices in the United States. Founded in 2006 by President and CEO Bill Grodnik, the company provides back office support to over 4,500 businesses across the US, Canada and Central America. Davinci is the largest specialist operator in the world, delivering the most comprehensive package of virtual office services, and over 650 global virtual office locations with access to meeting and conference rooms, and support facilities. In 2009 Davinci launched its unique virtual office package to businesses in the UK.