TELSTRA EXPANDS WITH NEW BUNDALL CENTRE

TELSTRA EXPANDS WITH NEW BUNDALL CENTRE

TELSTRA Business Centre Gold Coast is expanding with a new centre in Bundall.

The centre’s general manager, Steven Feld (far left), says growth in business on the coast is the main driver of the expansion, combined with a $100 million push by Telstra to provide a better range of communications technology and services for small business across the country.

“We started with around 30 employees and have now in excess of 60 staff operating from Bundall,” says Feld.

“We believe a major contributor to our business growth is due to local businesses preferring one on one local contact for their telecommunication solutions.”

Telstra Country Wide Area general manager for Gold Coast, Darren Clark (far right) says trained staff in the new centre can assist with modern business communications.

“Every business has unique challenges and requirements, and our centre staff can assist local companies to identify their needs, implement effective systems and help manage costs,” says Clark.

As well as a $100million program to open Telstra Business Centres across Australia, Telstra is also investing a further $800million in cloud-based computing services to help small businesses save money on IT infrastructure.

The Telstra Business Centre is located at the Pegasus Centre on Bundall Road and owned by Paul Gunther (second right) and his business partner Tim Tocco (second left). They operate three Telstra Business Centres at the Gold Coast, Toowoomba and Milton and four T-Shop retail stores on the Gold Coast (Helensvale, Burleigh Heads, Harbour Town and Surfers Paradise).

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