Dell allegedly plans new centre in Bratislava

The US IT company Dell allegedly plans to build a new client centre in Bratislava within nine months and thus create 600 jobs, the Hospodárske Noviny economic daily reported in its August 9 issue.

The US IT company Dell allegedly plans to build a new client centre in Bratislava within nine months and thus create 600 jobs, the Hospodárske Noviny economic daily reported in its August 9 issue.

“We know about the plan of the company to open the centre in Slovakia,” spokesperson for the Economy Ministry Stanislav Jurikovič told Hospodárske Noviny.

Dell already has a branch in Bratislava, the European Business Centre, which employs nearly 2,000 people. The new centre should focus on Europe clients, according to the daily.

Dell did not specify why it chose Slovakia, and neither did it comment on how much it wants to invest, Hospodárske Noviny reported.

Source: Hospodárske Noviny

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