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VENEZUELAN FIRM SETS UP OPERATIONS FOR OFFICE SPACE FOR INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PEOPLE ON BRICKELL AVENUE

 MIAMI, July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- An international office facility for the traveling executive, Brickell 3 Business Center, has been established by a group of Venezuelan investors. The official opening is set for Friday, July 23 at 5:30 p.m.
 The facility, located at 1101 Brickell Avenue, third floor, consist of over 7,000 square feet of prime office space, and features a full range of secretarial support services, executive lockers, state-of-the- art office technology, meeting and reception facilities.
 The group of investors, including Banco Industrial de Venezuela, selected Miami because of its strategic location as the business capital of the Americas. "The increasing links between Venezuela and South Florida require an increased capacity to furnish services to investors in both countries," said Dr. Luis Prieto Oliveira, vice president of the bank. "Our bank is very proud to have the opportunity to offer our support to a group of enterprising Venezuelans who will furnish important services to the Venezuelan community to the financial and industrial sectors in South Florida and Latin America."
 "This initiative was orchestrated by a group of Venezuelan business people who see Miami as the entry point to the markets of North America," said Edgardo Manrique, Brickell 3's director. "We feel that by offering low cost, highly integrated services, we will attract many Venezuelan companies seeking an advantageous position in the heart of Miami's financial district -- Brickell Avenue."
 Sarah Deben, manager for Latin America for The Beacon Council, said "Given that Venezuela is Miami's largest trading partner, with an excess of $2.4 billion traded in 1992, the decision by this group is vital to further strengthening trade relationships within the Americas."
 The ribbon-cutting committee for the July 23 opening includes the Honorable Victor de Yurre, vice-mayor of the City of Miami; the Honorable Salvador Briceno, Venezuelan Consul to Miami; Luis Prieto; Romulo Padilla, treasurer of INBIVEN; and Manny Mencia, vice president/director Latin America, The Beacon Council.
 The Beacon Council, Dade County's economic development organization, provided Brickell 3 Business Center principals with extensive support throughout the process of establishing these operations.
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 /CONTACT: Lynn H. Roberts of The Beacon Council, 305-536-8032/


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