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Cinos expands European presence with new French office 

New Paris office meets continued growth as businesses enhance collaboration capabilities

Cinos, specialist in the delivery and integration of AV solutions and managed IT services, has announced the expansion of its EMEA headquarters in Paris, France.

Since first launching its presence in France, almost two years ago, Cinos has seen significant growth which has promoted the move to a larger space. There has been an increase in demand for its AV and managed services from a wide range of sectors but particularly healthcare, financial services, and the legal profession.

“As businesses reopen and begin to embrace the office again, we’ve seen a continued drive for high-quality videoconferencing technologies and meeting room solutions that allow distributed teams to collaborate with each other and their customers,’ said Neil Lombardo, country manager, leading Cinos’ European expansion. “With our European customer base expanding, the Paris office is a natural next step for Cinos and positions the company for continued growth in the UK and across EMEA.”

Located northwest of Paris in Jouy-le-Moutier, the new office will serve as a hub for Cinos’ growing sales and enable its team of technical specialists to support local customers. The larger space will provide a base to underpin Cinos’ EMEA expansion and bolster its headcount in the coming years.

Steve Franklin, executive director at Cinos, added: “We are proud that Cinos has continued to grow over the last 18-months. As an agile technology provider, we see first-hand how our services are helping customers to unlock new value across their businesses – from better connectivity and collaboration to improved customer service. The new office in Paris is another step in the journey to extend our reach and maximise the support we offer our EMEA customers as they continue to drive fundamental change through their businesses.”