Globalworth announced a new partnership with CEO Clubs, a member of the elitist Superbrain community for top company management and one of the most important business networks in the country, for office spaces in one of its emblematic buildings in Bucharest, Globalworth Tower.
The new home of CEO Clubs will welcome its members on the 10th floor, in a generous space of over 400 sqm, starting on September 1, 2023. In addition to the well-known events organized by the club, the new headquarters will be exclusively available to members for their business meetings.
CEO Clubs, founded in Romania over a decade ago, currently counts more than 300 members and has curated 1,000 plus CEOs and owners of some of the most important companies in the country. Constantly demonstrating its value on the Romanian market and the high demand for top leadership platforms, the club currently includes entities such as Owners Club, Executives Club, and CEO Clubs Transylvania, each organizing exclusive meetings and activities for members. All these offer business leaders the opportunity to interact and learn from each other in a relaxed environment, build trusting relationships, and conduct their business enjoying the valuable time spent together.
“CEO Clubs International Romania, with its focus on leadership development and fostering a culture of innovation, aligns perfectly with our vision,” said Ema Iftimie, Head of Leasing at Globalworth Romania. “This partnership embodies our continuous care for the growth of the business landscape within the heart of Bucharest, and we are excited about the dynamic environment that CEO Clubs will bring to Globalworth Tower.”
“We are happy to move into Globalworth Tower, which is a statement of quality when speaking of office spaces,” said Sotiris Chatzidakis, the founder of CEO Clubs International Romania. “The new CEO Clubs Home will provide a stimulating environment for our more than 300 members to mentor and learn, connect and grow. The inspiring new setting will undoubtedly enhance our efforts to bring together the main actors on the Romanian enterprise stage.”
Globalworth Tower, the Globalworth flagship building in Bucharest, has a total leasable area of 54,000 sqm. It is the first building in Romania and the broader SEE region to have received LEED Platinum accreditation, which is the highest available Green accreditation. This premium office building is a “Class A” development with a height of 120m and 26 above-ground floors. Tenants include Anritsu, Bunge, Ferrero, Huawei, Inditex, Mega Image, NNDKP, Prime Kapital, Vodafone, Wipro, Naxxar, Regina Maria, Aera, Crowdstrike.