After five French launches and its founding in Spain, the Vitco start-up has opened new offices in London and Munich. At the same time, the company, which centralizes all services available across the offices through its application, has appointed former Senior Accounting Director of General Assembly, Alper Yerder, as head of the London office and Gregor Voigt, ex-managing director at Together Germany. has been appointed. Munich Office Head GmbH.
“This European deployment will allow Vitco to establish itself as a leading global player in hybrid organization of work, assures the company. Vitco’s European teams are tasked with demonstrating the “relevance” and “scalability” of its model They are specifically responsible for the commercial development of operations in these respective countries. »
Since its creation, the company, which has 65 employees, has set itself the task of “providing employees with the best possible work experience” for its application, which centralizes all services available within the offices through its application . Used by 5,000 companies worldwide, the Vitco application answers new business issues such as teleworking, desk-sharing or even flex-office. Specifically, it allows employees to reserve a meeting room, an office, report an incident or notify the arrival of a visitor (…).
“The success we are seeing in France is a strong indicator of the needs of the region,” explains Ilián Lugasi, co-founder and CEO of Vitco. are recognized, and we believe we can respond to them in a very relevant manner. Our ambition, more than ever before, is to re-establish work relationships and facilitate employees to return to the office daily by facilitating their Aadhar is to help make ends meet – even more so since the Covid crisis that has undermined human relations at work. »
Vitco also plans to recruit about forty new profiles by the end of 2022.
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