Vega Project upsizes
JAPAN: Vega Global’s Japanese arm, Vega Project, has relocated to a larger office in a more central part of Tokyo. The A/V solutions company cites continued growth of market share as the reason for the move.
‘Our new office location offers easier access for clients and partners, and greater space for them to experience our latest offerings in A/V technologies,’ said Vega Project’s Richard Johns. The additional floor space will reportedly allow for the company’s staff to collaborate more freely, as well as providing the room to replicate and troubleshoot issues faced by clients in an effort to deliver more efficient solutions.
‘In addition to providing more space for our growing service team, the location will allow staff to better prepare for projects by using off-site racking and testing facilities,’ added Matthew Deayton, global business development director of Vega Global. ‘Our focus is on after-sales support and maintenance for our clients so we wanted to provide more space for our integration and maintenance teams to do that important work.’