Press-Avanta increases occupancy in India

Press-Avanta increases occupancy in India

Posted on February 17, 2015

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05/05/2010 – Avanta Increases Occupancy in India


Avanta has found the perfect way to start the new financial year in India by hosting a high tea event for all clients at its Statesman House business centre in New Delhi.The event celebrated the announcement that the centre has now reached 75% occupancy following an intensive marketing campaign across the Middle East.

“We ended 2009 with 70% occupancy in New Delhi,” comments David Alberto, Avanta’s managing director, “And following a series of special offers and strategic marketing, which includes Google AdWords campaigns specifically targeting Malaysia and Singapore, we have received a number of enquires with the first clients ready to move in.

“We recently hosted a week long training session for the European Commission Director General for Humanitarian Aid which was attended by members from across the South Asia region.This follows the international business community increasingly focussing on India as a high growth area.

“Overall, we are in buoyant mood following increased occupancy in New Delhi and the recent expansion of our Devonshire Square centre in the City of London, where we pre-let 50% of available space even before it was open. In addition, Avanta has ongoing plans for further overseas investment and we remain committed to India and the US, via our alliance with Regent Business Centers, and we are currently negotiating a number of joint ventures in the Middle East.”

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Avanta managed Offices was formed in 2004 by David Alberto. The company offers highly flexible, unbranded office space, with advanced and competitively price technology, tailor made to meet the requirements of the occupier.  In the UK it currently manages more than 630,000 sq ft of office space in prime locations in London, the Thames Valley, Manchester and Edinburgh.  It has one business centre in New Delhi, India.

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