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FVC expands operations in Levant & North Africa

From left to right- KS Parag, Ronald Hajj, Bruce Withington, Dharmendra ParmarFVC has moved its Levant offices to accommodate its expanding operations in the region. The new offices located in Beirut’s well known Mkalles area reflects the 70%+ growth rate in FVC’s operations in the Levant region (covering Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and North Africa) since its establishment in 2004.

K.S. Parag, MD at FVC, said, “Thanks to the continuous support of our partners and clients in the region, we have seen a very healthy growth in our business in the Levant region. Our commitment is to support them with the right resources to help them grow their business more efficiently. We are very pleased to support our Levant team.”

The new offices will house a ‘demo’ centre that will not only showcase the latest technologies represented by FVC but will also host all its workshops and Tech Cafes in-house.

Ronald Hajj, GM Levant at FVC, said, “The new space will allow us to increase the frequency and efficiency of our TechCafes and Workshops. This will help our partners understand and stay updated on the latest technology and also use these as ‘proof of concept’ centres for their customers.”

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