Fast-growing value-added EMEA distributor Nuvias has opened a new Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) headquarters in Woking, Surrey.
Founded in 2015 the company has said the opening of its new 13,504 sq ft headquarters is the latest milestone in the company’s rapid growth and will provide a resource for reseller use.
With a turnover in excess of $500m the company’s portfolio covers a range of IT services with a particular focus on cyber security, advanced networking, and unified communications.
“The new EMEA HQ in Woking is part of our ongoing plans for growth and increased EMEA reach,” said Nuvias CEO Paul Eccleston.
“It will be a focal point for EMEA-wide activities and a centre for training and development, as well as a location for hosting strategic meetings with our customers and vendor partners. It is also available as a resource centre for all our partners.”
Nuvias has 21 regional offices across EMEA, using them as a base to serve a wider range of countries.
It has attracted many new vendors, and extended its reach with existing vendors, all keen to take advantage of the company’s ethos, strong commitment to growth across EMEA, and ability to provide a consistently high level of value-added services across the region.
Tech UK president Jacqueline de Rojas unveiled the company’s new HQ. She is also a member of the Digital Economy Council supporting the Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.