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Davincimeetingrooms.com Celebrates 5 Years of Pioneering Flexible Workspace Solutions for Business

SALT LAKE CITY, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 01/29/14 -- Davinci Virtual Office Solutions announced that its meeting space reservations platform Davincimeetingrooms.com achieved 5 years of successful innovation and impressive growth. Davincimeetingrooms.com visitors can browse and reserve conference rooms, day offices and a variety of tailored business services in real-time, receive instant confirmations and manage reservation details online.

Due to the rapid growth, Davinci just completed an extensive physical expansion at the company's Salt Lake City, Utah headquarters to accommodate additional staff and infrastructure supporting the reservation site. www.davincimeetingrooms.com now processes several thousand meeting space bookings per month on behalf of mobile workers and professionals around the globe.

"We are proud and excited to see our meeting space reservation platform grow from an idea to a very successful business in just five years -- we basically have become the "Hotels.com" for professional meeting space," said Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual Office Solutions. "Today's mobile entrepreneurs need exactly what we offer through our service line -- flexible, serviced workspace -- anywhere -- anytime..."

Davincimeetingrooms.com is a comprehensive online reservation platform for business, providing visitors access to over 3,000 conference rooms, day offices, meeting spaces and business support services in over 900 locations around the globe. Users can book professionally equipped meeting spaces, as well as critical add-on services such as LCD projectors, video conferencing, wireless Internet access, catering options and secretarial support.

To learn more or to make your meeting space reservation, visit www.davincimeetingrooms.com or call 877-424-9767.

About Davinci Virtual
Davinci Virtual is the leading provider of turnkey virtual office solutions. Davinci's virtual offices and services include local or toll-free telephone and fax numbers, digital voicemail, electronic fax, email, online command center, unified messaging, conferencing, voicemail to email, fax to email, professional live receptionist services, virtual assistants, live call answering, screening and forwarding, find me, follow me, surveys, live web chat, outbound calling, customer service, appointment scheduling, order taking, and much more.

Davinci offers virtual office locations and virtual office services worldwide. With professional business addresses in over 900 locations, mail forwarding, lobby and directory listings, access to over 3,000 conference rooms and day offices, catering, administrative services, virtual assistants, business support centers, resident agent services, license hanging and more, Davinci Virtual helps businesses maintain a global presence on a local budget.

For more information, visit www.davincivirtual.com and www.davincimeetingrooms.com.

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Bill Grodnik
CEO
Davinci Virtual, LLC
801-990-9200

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