Published at: 2019-02-01 13:30 | Author: Robert McLean
It’s not often that a private, Czech-based company makes waves on both the office and the logistics markets, but Eyelevel has done just that.
Originally a store design company, Eyelevel is based in Prague but also has a major office in Portland, Oregon as well as a presence in South America and Asia. Having grown significantly (it currently employs 400 worldwide) the company is also expanding its own horizons, a decision that’s forced it to take a new look at the physical space it occupies. For the Prague market, this translated into a decision to move from its warehouse and office space in Nupaky at CTP Park Prague East. In December,...
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