Crown Workspace expands team into Switzerland
Crown Workspace is pleased to announce that Nicolas Jacquin has been appointed as Business Development Manager for Switzerland. Crown Workspace has been successfully expanding into further markets and as part of our continued growth strategy, Nicolas has been appointed to support this drive for growth.
Nicolas will be responsible for managing business relationships and growing our client base in Switzerland. His focus will be on securing new opportunities, networking and promoting all services that Crown Workspace offers from commercial relocations to storage and IT services.
Having worked for Crown for over 8 years, Nicolas comes with a vast amount of knowledge and experience.
Nicolas began his career at Crown as a Sales Consultant in Nice. After two years in the role he moved to Lausanne to take on a role as a as Residential Sales Consultant, which he has done for the past 5 years.
Commenting on the appointment, Peter Visser, Country Director Switzerland, said: “The appointment of Nicolas has been a strategic decision to grow our business and expand our offering in Switzerland. We’re looking forward to Nicolas promoting Crown Workspace’s strong credentials and service offering to businesses that are looking to move or relocate office.”
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