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08.05.2014, 14:26

Sinetica at Office Next Moscow (27th-29th May)

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Sinetica, in collaboration with Solo Office Interiors, will be at Office Next Moscow 2014; the only platform in Russia dedicated entirely to the office sector.

From May 27th to 29th, Office Next Moscow 2014 takes to the stage.

The event is the only platform in Russia entirely dedicated to the office sector.

Sinetica, in collaboration with Solo Office Interiors, will be present, reconfirming its extraordinary international mission. Thanks to its innovative designs and high quality standards, Sinetica's offer is perfect for any and every market, even the most meticulous!              


Venue: Moscow Gostiny Dvor |

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