Coca Cola opts to upgrade Bulgarian headquarters

Coca Cola opts to upgrade Bulgarian headquarters

Published at: 2019-08-30 09:47 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Coca Cola HBC's is planning to move into new office headquarters in Sofia that take into account modern trends in workspace design. More than 1,000 employees will find space under a single roof in a fully-digitized environment. This will bring together Coca Cola HBC’s Business Solutions & Systems and Group Services teams, a move that's intended to boost agility, collaboration and innovation. The offices have been designed to be bright, modern, with areas for relaxing and socializing.
“Our new office reflects these new expectations, catering to different needs and preferences such as co-working spaces, meeting rooms with interactive tables, varying desk designs and modern teleconferencing facilities. Having all our teams together in this innovative workspace will mean great things for the future of our business in Bulgaria.”
Coca Cola HBC Bulgaria started in 1992. In all, it employs more than 2,300 people, including three production plants and 7 distribution centers.

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