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The Executive Lounge launches first office on rising demand
June 28, 2018
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Dubai: With the increasing demand of private workspace, The Executive Lounge, the latest Meeting on Demand provider, launched their first office in the vibrant and prestigious location of Sheikh Zayed Road right across the World Trade Center.

The Executive Lounge launched its first high-end business lounge in Dubai’s prestigious H Hotel – Office Tower with fully operational space providing five-star hospitality experience with support services and managed technology.

“For business owners who need a working or meeting space for one single day, a whole month or even longer period, The Executive Lounge, with its prestigious location and design, provides pleasure, comfort and practicality for business meetings. Its views and elegance are ideal for the next off-site, consultation, brainstorming session that would impress the most demanding client,” said Suraya Rahmatova -Managing Partner of The Executive Lounge.

“We launched The Executive Lounge in March 2018, with a mission to deliver an upscale, virtual and serviced office experience. We have recognized the growing demand in UAE for more high-end flexible, adaptable yet affordable office spaces,” added Suraya Rahmanova.

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