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Ben Norman

Koozai in Southampton

28th Apr 2008 News, Koozai News Less than a minute to read

We’re in! The move was successful and we have now moved from our managed Regus offices in Whiteley, Fareham to our new premises in Park Gate, Southampton.

It has been a long slog to get all of the cat5 cabling, phone systems, servers and techie bits installed in time to enable a smooth move in but it couldn’t have gone better. We are now up and running without a minutes downtime so it’s business as usual.

So make sure you update your contact addresses for us (telephone numbers stay the same) and if you’re in the area why not pop in for a chat and say hi?

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