29 Nov Exponential business growth prompts a new office relocation
As a global leader in the photovoltaic sector with clients in over 30 countries and spanning 10 years of experience in PV distribution and solutions providing, Solarity is now expanding its operations with a brand-new office relocation in central Prague.
Solarity currently has offices in Budapest, Kyiv, Amman and Prague itself, where the company was founded. Relocation to larger and improved office premises was a logical step forward. The company is growing rapidly and has almost doubled its employees in the past year (from 20 to 35).
Located on Purkyňova street, a vibrant area in the beating heart of Prague, the new workspace features 3 new meeting rooms for prospective clients and distributors, a new reception, an expanded relax zone for the staff to unwind and increased office and work-station space that will help foster and encourage employee productivity while improving job satisfaction.
The repositioning of offices in downtown Prague has also positively impacted commuting times and expenses for Solarity personnel while also being more accommodating for meetings and consultations with future customers.
The actual relocation took place in September with the official office warming occurring the 6th of November geared towards welcoming both new and long-standing clients to Solarity’s new and improved professional work environment. This resonates with Solarity’s core belief in upholding a maximal level of mutual trustworthiness, innovation, reliability, and flexibility to build a solid and long-term relationship with each and every one of our clients.
CEO Michal Adrian remarks: “Join, grow, learn is one of our core values and to implement it to the fullest, physically expanding our workspace was a natural step forward for our company’s progress”.
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