ServCorp — World Leading Serviced and Virtual Office Provider

BEIRUT, LEBANON — ServCorp, the world’s leading serviced office solutions provider helps their clients run their businesses from anywhere in Lebanon or in 140 locations from across the world. The perks of doing business with ServCorp are 5-star office environment solutions with state-of-art equipment, IT infrastructure and excellent office furniture. Office management, communications, human resources and meeting rooms are also available as per the needs and requirements. When it comes to accessing virtual offices or meeting rooms, businesses can connect and operate from over 140 premium locations in different countries including USA, Europe, Middle East and many more.

ServCorp also offers excellent communication systems with Global IP telephony network which includes cheaper international calls, call diverts to different locations, making or receiving calls anywhere through ServCorp business number, send and receive faxes, etc. The company also offers an IT Support Team with in-house full time bilingual team members and IT specialists along with fully trained receptionists and secretaries. The company offers different packages for virtual offices, services offices and meeting rooms. With highly competitive rates and unparalleled office services, the company offers the best virtual office solutions and business center Lebanon solutions.

To know more or to set up a business center Beirut visit http://www.servcorp.com.lb/

About http://www.servcorp.com.lb/

ServCorp, http://www.servcorp.com.lb/ based at Beirut, Lebanon offers world’s best serviced office and virtual office solutions. The business was set up with an aim to reduce the business costs and share the overhead costs so that the clients can save a considerable amount of time on new setup in a new city or a country.

Contact

ServCorp

Address: Level 2 Beirut Souks Louis Vuitton Building, Allenby Street Downtown Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon

Phone: 01–957700

Website: http://www.servcorp.com.lb/

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