AVG Technologies Moves To San Francisco

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

AVG Technologies has relocated its headquarters for the United States market in San Francisco.

J.R. Smith  (CEO, AVG Technologies): There is arguably no other place in the world that hosts as many key players in Internet, mobility, search, and associated infrastructure.

AVG is globally headquartered in Netherlands, and has offices in the Czech Republic, Cyprus, UK, Germany and France in Europe. In addition to the San Francisco office, AVG has other offices across the US, as well as in the Middle East in Israel and China in Beijing and Hong Kong.

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