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The network services company D-Link has opened a new area of office space in Mumbai as it looks to increase and improve its presence on the Indian subcontinent.
Bosses at the multi-national have suggested that their latest corporate office in Andheri East will help them to provide a better service and get closer to their customers in India.
Marketing, sales, human resources and finance issues will all now be addressed by D-Link staff operating out of 10,800 sq ft of office space at Kalpataru Square in the suburbs of what is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia.
Stringent sustainability standards have been upheld in the construction and management of the new building, with the network services firm’s offices having been the first in India to receive the highest form of certification from the US Green Building Council.
“We are extremely delighted to have moved to this spacious office,” said Gary Yang, managing director of D-Link India.
“Our new office will illustrate D-Links commitment to its partners and customers in India and we hope that we will be able to serve them better,” he added.
The strength of the market for office space in Mumbai at present is such that the real estate analyst CB Richard Ellis predicted that the city will account for close to a quarter of all newly built commercial properties in India over the course of 2011.
According to the company, some 50 million square feet of new office space will be brought onto the Indian market this year, with much of it to be found in the great southern city of Mumbai.