Plans on Iran postpone Eurofast’s entering Azerbaijan’s market
Baku, Azerbaijan, May 26
By Anvar Mammadov – Trend:
Eurofast regional business advisory organization has postponed the opening of its office in Azerbaijan for 2018, the company’s head office told Trend May 26.
Earlier, the company planned to open its office in Baku in 2017, but for a number of reasons it had to postpone those plans.
“The company still considers Azerbaijan as one of the priority countries for expanding its activity,” Plamena Nikolova, the company’s representative, said.
"Azerbaijan is really interesting for us,” she said. “We receive many requests from clients and partners concerning Azerbaijan. We are already working with some Azerbaijani companies.”
“We failed to open an office in Azerbaijan in 2017 because we opened an office in Iran in 2016 and supported our other recently opened offices,” she added. “We hope that we will be able to begin to operate in Azerbaijan in 2018."
“The company is ready to render a number of services to Azerbaijani companies, which can be conditionally divided into two categories, namely, tax and financial consulting services,” Christodoulos Damianou, Eurofast executive director, told Trend earlier.
"Among those services are traditional and specialized ones,” he said. “We are also ready to render services to find potential partners for Azerbaijani companies abroad."
Eurofast launched its activity in 2002.
Eurofast is a regional business advisory organization employing local advisors in over 21 cities in South East Europe & Middle East (SEEME). The organization is uniquely positioned as one stop shop for investors and companies looking professional services in South East Europe and Middle East. Eurofast operates from fully fledged offices in Athens, Thessaloniki, Nicosia, Sofia, Bucharest, Belgrade, Podgorica, Tirana, Skopje, Zagreb, Pristina, Banja Luka, Sarajevo, Cairo, Alexandria, Tbilisi, Beirut, Erbil, Moscow, Kiev and Tehran.
Moreover, the company plans to open offices in Dubai and London soon.