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Ubiquity Expands in Bacolod

Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr. (seated center) with Ubiquity's founder and president, Matthew Nyren (seated right) at the signing of the lease agreement for the company’s expansion, held at the Governor’s Office in Bacolod City. With them are (BNeFIT) President and Bacolod City Councilor Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue (seated left) and Albert Pimentel, Alexie Santos, Christopher Repaso, Jude Crisostomo and Eric Enriquez, all of Ubiquity./Capitol photo

The Ubiquity Global Services, a multinational company based in New York, is expanding its operations in Bacolod City.
This, after the company has expanded its office space at the Negros First CyberCentre when they leased an additional 1,200 square meter space. The CyberCentre was championed by Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon Jr.

The planned expansion will bring the company's total office space in the CyberCentre to nearly 4,000 square meters. The expansion is expected to complete before the end of the year.

With the signing of several new clients, Ubiquity is increasing its Bacolod workforce to approximately 1,500 employees by early 2016.

Ubiquity's founder and president Matthew Nyren recently signed the expansion of the lease agreement with Marañon at the Provincial Capitol.

"I am excited about our forthcoming expansion in the Negros First CyberCentre," he said.

He added that this expansion will provide a progressive working space for the creation of nearly 2,000 career opportunities in the region within the next year.

“The expansion establishes Bacolod as our company's largest operating location in a growing global network that includes sites in Metro Manila, the United States, Latin America and Europe. We look forward to big things for the Bacolod center and our talented colleagues here in Negros Province,” he stressed.

For his part, Marañon is very happy with the continued expansion of the Ubiquity and looks forward to the additional jobs it will create for the province.
He assured Nyren of the provincial government's support in all initiatives involving the development of human resource for the business process management industry.

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