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Eset expands to Germany

Opening an office in the Bavarian capital reflects the expansion of Eset in the region and increasing activities in German-speaking countries.

(Source: Sme )

Slovak anti-virus software company, Eset, has opened a brand new office in downtown Munich. While its regional centre for German-speaking countries remains in Jena, the growth of the team and more efficient access to customers and partners required the opening of an office in the Bavarian capital.

Opening a Munich office reflects the expansion of Eset in the region and its increasing activities in Austria and Switzerland, the company informed in a press release.

The office will serve Eset team-members from the Munich area and become a location where the company’s customers and partners can meet with Eset Germany representatives. 

The company has challenging hiring and sales-growth targets for the foreseeable future, and thus, opening a new local office in the region is part of its strategy. 

“Eset is recording double digit sales growth in the German-speaking region and opening a new office is a natural answer to the growth of the Eset Germany team, our partner and customer base,” said Miroslav Mikuš, sales and marketing director EMEA at Eset, as quoted in the press release.

Topic: IT


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