Halldis is pleased to announce the official inauguration of its new services dedicated to corporations, start-ups, workgroups, freelance professionals and businessmen on the move. The date is July 13, 2006, from 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., the event is an Open Day to launch the opening of the new Business Center in Milan, in Via Conca del Naviglio 18.
After years of experience in corporate services and accommodation in strategic Italian cities, Halldis opens its first Business Centre in the heart of Italy’s financial capital: Milan.
Dedicated to both national and international clients, the new office space offers 14 individual offices and 4 boardrooms and training rooms. Moreover, Halldis guarantees a top level corporate environment by providing highly qualified staff members, work tools, utmost privacy and quality services.
All present and future clients are invited to the OPEN DAY, to see for themselves what the Business Centre is all about and to meet the people that make it all possible.
To participate simply send an e-mail to email@example.com and stop by.
The Conca del Naviglio office represents the cornerstone of the "Office Network" initiative offered by Halldis. Conca del Naviglio in fact contains altogether 70 ultra technological office work stations, immediately available and flexible, whether for one day or longer periods, and the Halldis team offers services in 7 languages. The space is made up of 3 meeting rooms, with modern decor and furnishings, a focus group/training room, a number of dedicated telephone lines, and secretarial services. As an example of technological service available: a client absent for a whole day may opt for having telephone calls received on his own voice-mail (instead of by the Halldis operator) and automatically receive audio messages of the calls on his own e-mail. The "Office Network" solution permits Halldis clients to have ready-to-use offices, of various size according to need and located in different territorial areas. These offices are managed directly, for telephone services and assistance, from the central office at Conca del Naviglio.
Among the primary objectives set by Halldis for the first part of 2006 was that of increasing and consolidating the activities already begun in Paris. This ambitious challenge has been assigned to Matthieu Kermanac’h, a new member of the Halldis team who will be responsible for increasing the range of services offered by Halldis in the French capital. Having a degree in Economics from Paris and after beginning his career in France, Matthieu moved to London where he managed the start-up of a services company for VIP's. Returning to France, he became the ideal person to handle the Halldis activities in Paris.